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Little Thai

Little Uncle

Little Uncle is the much anticipated, sit-down restaurant from chefs Wiley Frank and Poncharee Kounpungchart (better known as PK), who have been churning out fr...

Lotus Thai Cuisine

Lotus is next to the old Catfish Corner; you’ll know it by its vibrant orange exterior. Inside, the people are nice, the mood is cheerful, and the Thai food is...

Mae Phim

Mae Ploy

Mai Thaiku

Good Thai food abounds in Seattle, but Phinney Ridge’s Mai Thaiku leads the charge to greatness. While the kitchen dabbles expertly in popular favorites like pa...

Happy Hour: Daily 4-6 pm.

Manao Thai Street Eats

Manao Thai Street Eats has a cartoonishly cute interior and a menu that, despite the name, will be familiar to anyone who's ever been to an indoor Thai restaura...


May is that ornate, peaked-roof building on 45th in Wallingford that you’ve probably wondered about—it’s built from a century-old teak house imported from Thail...

Happy Hour: Daily 5-7 pm, 11 pm-close.

May Kitchen & Bar

Muay Thai Max

Seattle native Max Borthwick—who once ran the Thai restaurant Toi downtown (with his mother as the chef), then opened Suite 410 (an early adopter of the craft c...

New's Noodles

Noodle Boat Thai Cuisine

Noodle Boat, serving some of the most authentic Thai food in the area in an Issaquah strip mall, is cozy and familial. Owner Kunticha Komonwanich employs her mo...

OK Noodle

Olarn Thai Bistro

Pailin Thai

Pestle Rock

Serving the bold specialties of Northern Thailand from a spot on trendy Ballard Avenue, Pestle Rock achieves a balance between being cool and modern, and servin...

Phad Thai


Phnom Penh Noodle House

It’s all about the noodles at this three-decades-old International District mainstay, Cambodian food that touches on the flavors of Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand,...

Pink Bee Curry & Sandwiches

A Ballard-based, family-run Thai spot offering sandwiches and curries.

Pinto Thai Bistro & Sushi Bar

The former Ali Baba space on Broadway was transformed into the sleek Pinto Thai Bistro & Sushi Bar, which sounds fusiony but serves mostly "traditional and mode...

Happy Hour: Daily 4:30-6:30 pm.

Pop Pop Thai Street Food

Pop Pop feels warm and personal—almost defiantly so—in spite of its sterile surroundings, which include an L.A. Fitness, Hobby Lobby, Staples, Jimmy John’s, and...

Pung Kang Noodle Place

Pung Kang offers all the Thai classics, plus many that you might not have heard of. People especially like it for its lunch deals.


You’re in Lower Queen Anne and you want a safe bet for some pad thai? Go to Racha. It’s littered with yuppies, but the food’s delicious.

Happy Hour: Daily 3-5 pm, 9 pm-close.

Rom Mai Thai

Also known as Overly Attentive Thai—you need never fear that your water will go unrefilled here—Rom Mai is arguably the best Thai place on Broadway, and it's go...

Royal Palm


Laotian and Thai flavors blend together at Savatdee (pronounced like "sabatdee"; it means "hello" in Lao). Don't miss the toam kaim moo (stewed pork with boiled...


Siam Bothell

Happy Hour: Daily 3-6 pm, 9 pm-close.

Siam on Eastlake

Same great Thai food as the original legendary Broadway location (and as the second, less-legendary and also-now-defunct Lake Union location), offered in a snaz...

Happy Hour: Mon 11:30 am-10 pm; Tue-Sun 3-6 pm; Tue-Thu, Sun 9-10 pm; Sat 9-10:30 pm.

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