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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 Houston. Professional reviews and user reviews make every restaurant easy to find, and you can also search by neighborhood!

Thai in Houston

  • Vieng Thai
    6929 Long Point Rd. | Outer Loop - NW

    Vieng Thai, Houston's most authentic Thai restaurant, is a humble mom-and-pop operation in the Long Point area with scuffed concrete floors and a blaring wide-screen TV. But its fiery soups,... More on Vieng Thai »

  • Morningside Thai Restaurant
    2473 South Braeswood Boulevard, A | Kirby-West U

    Not only is the fresh Thai food something to come back for time and time again, but so are the friendly staff and the owners, Ying and Jim Roberts, who treat diners as if they've come into their... More on Morningside Thai Restaurant »

  • Jenni's Noodle House
    3111 S. Shepherd | Lower Shepherd-Kirby

    This is one of the best family-owned Asian restaurants in the city. You can get in and out quickly, and the small place really packs them in despite a lack of parking. Specializing in Vietnamese,... More on Jenni's Noodle House »

  • Thai Spice
    5117 Kelvin | Kirby-West U

    This is one of the few restaurants in Houston that offers large portions of authentic Thai cooking, a relaxing ambience and a fairly extensive wine list. Plus, its second-story location gives the... More on Thai Spice »

  • Thai Spice
    460 W. 19th St. | Heights

    This is one of the few restaurants in Houston that offers large portions of authentic Thai cooking and a relaxing ambience. The kitchen shows some creativity, using basil, pineapple, wine and... More on Thai Spice »

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  • Thai Gourmet
    6324 Richmond Ave. | Galleria

    Tucked away in an unassuming strip mall on Richmond near Hillcroft, Thai Gourmet is one of those places that are authentically Thai yet still accessible to relatively untutored palates. Dishes... More on Thai Gourmet »

  • Thai Spice Express
    8282 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    This is one of the few restaurants in Houston that offers large portions of authentic Thai cooking and a relaxing ambience. The kitchen shows some creativity, using basil, pineapple, wine and... More on Thai Spice Express »

  • Thai Cottage
    10001 Westheimer | Memorial

    A cheerful red-and-white cafe tucked away in a Bellaire strip shopping center offers a thoughtfully heat-indexed menu. Standouts include the crispy crab meat and cream cheese rolls with a... More on Thai Cottage »

  • Ginger Thai
    303 Grasshopper Lane | Memorial

    Memorial's Ginger Thai does serve sushi in addition to the Thai food, but it's the latter that truly shines. Pad Thai isn't overly sweet or dumbed down for American palates, while the som tam is a... More on Ginger Thai »

  • Kanomwan Thai
    736 1/2 Telephone Road | East End

    Kanomwan was one of the first restaurants to introduce Thai food to Houston, and it's still serving the same terrifically spicy curries from its East End home decades later. Although the infamous... More on Kanomwan Thai »

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