Thai in Fairbanks


Ignore the out-of-the-way, strip-mall setting – Lemongrass not only serves good Thai food, but good Northern Thai food. If that doesn't mean anything to you, there's still plenty of pad thai and green curry on the m…
Thai in Skagway


Skagway’s token Thai restaurant is authentic and good, with a small lunch menu and a large, varied dinner menu. Order spicy drunken noodles or curry dishes in five colors (purple is Fire with Flavor!) and enjoy it w…
Thai in Valdez

Auntie Yum Yum's Real Thai Food

Of Valdez' smattering of summer food carts this is the best. After digging into its lashings of pad Thai noodles (with pork or shrimp), any hike will seem easy. It usually sets up opposite the harbor with some picni…
Thai in Seward

Woody's Thai Kitchen

Locally loved, this little Thai bistro is a welcome break from the bucket o' halibut. And while the ambience is a little spartan, you'll love the excellent Thai dishes, with perfectly cooked fresh veggies and genero…
Thai in Glennallen

Tok Thai

Bangkok-style street food is the last thing you expect to see at a dusty road junction in freezing cold or (depending on the season) sweltering hot mosquito-ridden Alaska. Thus, all hail Tok Thai’s well-worn purple …
Thai in Kodiak


Cornering the market on Thai food in Kodiak, Noodles offers a nice break from the typical meals served in town. Peanut-heavy panang curry and slurp-worthy pad thai will cure those not-salmon-again hunger pangs.
Thai in Fairbanks

Bahn Thai

This downtown spot is very popular with locals, who pack in for fried rice, pad thai, and a good slate of Thai soups. If you ask for 'Thai spicy' at this spot, be warned that they don't mess around.