Whether you’re looking for the familiar comfort of pad Thai or really want to spice things up, Voices Places can help you find the best Thai cuisine in Denver / Boulder. Professional reviews and user reviews make every restaurant easy to find, and you can also search by neighborhood!
Utumporn Killoran had been running the Thai Street Food Cart on the 16th StreetMall for years before she finally got her own brick-and-mortar spot in... More »
Surin Thanon, a native of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, took over Thai Flavor in 2004, preserving the name, the unceremonious, bubblegum-hued entrance and... More »
Owner Ma Vue understands Thai cuisine, and it shows. The fare at his US Thai is simple: authentic street food and everyday food made by cooks and a chef who also... More »
Thai Pepper is a storefront with just ten tables and a cash register stuck in one of those strip malls that only Aurora can produce, with tiny joints offering... More »
Snacks are what Thai Lotus does best. Triangular curry puffs like rangoons stuffed with Indian samosa filling; Thai-style dim sum dumplings still hot and damp from the... More »
Some restaurant locations seem cursed, but Spicy Basil seems to have broken the jinx at 1 Broadway. This fast Thai/Chinese spot has settled into a steady, confident... More »
At this funky restaurant, the solid Asian fare -- always fresh and well cooked -- boasts some fun touches, including rice molded into the shape of a fish. With few... More »
Tommy's Thai straddles the border between real Thai cuisine and what those who've never had the real thing expect it to be. As a result, some of the offerings can come... More »
With friendly servers and a kitchen skilled in the smoky rusticity of Thai and Vietnamese cooking, the two-decade-old New Orient is a solid choice for those... More »
Although this itty-bitty Chinese/Vietnamese/Japanese/Thai joint looks unassuming from the outside, it really packs in the appreciative customers. That's... More »
After the grim green curry at Phat Thai, I decided to try Thai Monkey Club, a tiny spot that Kong Phom, a native of Thailand, opened in August on South Broadway. Unlike Phat Thai, Thai Monkey Club claims to serve authentic Thai cuisine, including some of that country's most recognizable staples: curries, soups, green papaya salad, fried noodles and whole fish. The heat of these dishes...
I never expected Phat Thai to be an authentic Thai restaurant.
When Mark Fischer opened his spot in Cherry Creek in December, it was clear from the start that Phat Thai is not a Thai restaurant — in fact, the restaurant's website says as much in capital letters. And as the menu explains, "Phat Thai is a curious breed of southeast Asian eatery offering imaginative food...
Tiki bars such as Trader Vic's and Don the Beachcomber enjoyed a long run in Denver from the '60s into the '80s, but except for a few sputters like Tiki Boyd's in the Ramada Inn on Colfax and the Tiki Torch in Edgewater, this city's tiki action was largely extinguished years ago.
But the tiki torch will be relit when the 2,200-square-foot Mauka Tiki opens at 218 South...
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