Restaurants

Top Choice Thai in East of the Strip

Lotus of Siam

Saipin Chutima's authentic northern Thai cooking has won almost as many awards as her distinguished European and New World wine cellar. Critics have suggested this might be America's best Thai restaurant and we're s…
Top Choice Thai in Carson City

Basil

Who would have thought some of the best (seriously) Thai cuisine outside Thailand would be found in downtown Carson City in this spotless restaurant? Green papaya salads, spicy and aromatic meat, fish or vegetable c…
Thai in Williams

Dara Thai Cafe

An unassuming spot tucked down a quiet side street, this is your only option for a lighter alternative to meat-heavy menus elsewhere in town. Despite its address, look for the front door along S 2nd St.
Thai in Downtown

Le Thai

Although tasting none too authentic, this unpretentious Thai eatery has a lot going for it: a prime location next door to the hipster bars of Fremont East, fantastic drunken noodles and vegan curries, a small patio …
Thai in Moab

Arches Thai

This large dining room is geared up to serve, with a pleasant, ample space and good-value lunches that come with soup and crab wontons. With options for tofu, seafood or organic chicken in typical curries and noodle…
Thai in Moab

Singha Thai

Ethnic food is as rare as rain in these parts, so locals pile into this authentic Thai cafe for curries and organic basil chicken. Service is sleepy and the ambiance generic, but if you’re hot for spice, it delivers…
Thai in Roswell

Taste of Thai

You can still ask yourself New Mexico's state question here (red or green?), but you'll no doubt appreciate that it applies to curry for a change. The kitchen whips up good standards, from pad Thai to tom yum soup.
Thai in Salt Lake City

Chanon

Endorsed by frequenters of Southeast Asia, Chanon specializes in spicy, authentic food with plenty of vegetarian offerings. Look for daily specials, like fresh mango with sticky rice.
Thai in Payson & Mogollon Rim

Ayothaya Thai Cafe

This bright and airy eatery doesn't deviate from the international template for Thai restaurants (you'll find no exotic surprises here), but you can tell the owner and chef cut his teeth in the mother country.