There are times that nothing but Thai food is going to hit the spot. So when the craving to "thai on the feedbag" hits-- hit up these tasty Thai outposts.
Great restaurant to visit with a group so you can taste your way through the menu. This family run joint serves some of the best Thai in the region. Only downside is a TV in the dining room.
Fresh, flavorful, affordable and authentic thai cuisine paired with warm and attentive service (unusual in Seattle) make visiting this lovely room a real treat.
Love.This.Place. Arrive early to avoid a wait and grab a seat at the counter since watching the cook work his magic over high flames is about 1000 times more interesting than most food reality shows. Great loud tuneage is a plus.
This lower Queen Anne favorite has quick friendly service and Pad Kee Mao and Larb Gai that are served not too sweet not too hot but just right.
Super convenient for a bite before events at the Key or Seattle Center, though the best value is to be had at lunch time.
If it's raining sit outside under the corrugated roof for extra atmosphere and do not leave without having a whole bird and a spicy papaya salad.
No muss. No fuss. Affordable thai street food in the heart of the ID.
While primarily a takeaway joint for Thai street food (the first dine in area was quite literally a whole in the wall) recently added sidewalk seating makes this charmer even more attractive. Keep an eye out for the special of the day and the whole roasted fish.