Jai Thai (Capitol Hill)

235 Broadway E
Seattle, WA 98102
(206) 322-5781

Categories: Restaurant

Restaurant Details

  • Here's good, cheap Thai food, dished up in a stylish environment. Jai Thai scores big with their delicious homemade noodles, featured in dishes such as the phad kee mao, a variation on pad thai with wide noodles and curry, and tremendously good with shrimp. While the Jai Thai venues in Belltown and Capitol Hill court partiers with full bars and swanky lounges, the Fremont base cuddles up to regulars with its new Thai-American breakfast, served 7am-noon on weekends.
  • Features: Bar/Happy Hour, Breakfast/Brunch and Cheap Eats
  • Cuisine: Thai
  • Price Range: $

Bar Details

  • The bar scenes at the Fremont, Belltown, and Broadway Jais are all slightly different, but commonalities include fresh Thai snacks, cute servers, and happy hour drink specials. All three have full bars; Broadway and Belltown have lounges that stay open late and often host DJs and karaoke; check their website for schedules. The Belltown location has sidewalk seating next to First Avenue.
  • Hours: Belltown and Broadway bar hours: 5 pm-2 am daily; Fremont bar closes at 9:30 pm Sun-Thurs, 10:30 Fri-Sat.
  • Happy Hour: Daily 5-7 pm, 10 pm-2 am (Drink and appetizer specials).
  • Features: Full Menu, Happy Hour, Good for Groups, Karaoke, Snacks Available, Outdoor Seating and Dancing
  • Scene: Cocktail Lounge and Meat Market

The Stranger's Reviews of Jai Thai

Other Locations

Jai Thai Closed

2132 First Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121 (Belltown)
(206) 770-7884

Jai Thai

3423 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA, 98103 (Fremont)
(206) 632-7060
Upcoming Events at Jai Thai

Open Mic at Jai Thai

Tues and Fri at 9 pm.
A popular spot for new comedians and experienced comedians working on new material.
Jai Thai
235 Broadway E
Seattle (Capitol Hill)


Average Rating:
  • 3.00000/5 Stars.
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Good Thai food until 1am

I always loved this place just for the fact that they have a "country-style" phad thai. There's nothing I hate more than a Thai restaurant that only uses KETCHUP in their phad thai. You can always tell they're using ketchup or tomato sauce if the noodles are red. But when they do give me the regular instead of the country-style...its pretty disgusting. If I wanted spaghetti, I would've gone to an Italian restaurant. On the other hand, the country-style is made with a tamarind sauce which is a more authentic than the "American bastardization of Thai" version that's just sour.

Other than that, they have great curries - panang and massamam is lovely. And their cashew nut chicken and its sauce is divine.
Posted by a Seattle Asian Native on October 23, 2008 at 4:35 PM · Report this

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