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 Miami. Professional reviews and user reviews make every restaurant easy to find, and you can also search by neighborhood!
Sawaddee is inauspiciously tucked off Normandy Circle. In the five years since Montri and Riam Putlek opened this petite room, locals have learned the location quite... More »
When non-Japanese restaurants, most commonly Thai joints, tack on sushi bars for purely commercial reasons, the sushi is generally either pretty lowest-common-denominator or... More »
It's not difficult to find a Thai restaurant on Sunset Drive. Sometimes it seems as if there's one on every block east of SW 117th Avenue. It is difficult, however, to find Thai... More »
Bay Harbor's Asia Bay Bistro & Sushi Bar boasts nouvelle Asian cuisine, but apart from the sushi, it's really a traditional Japanese restaurant with some token Thai tossed... More »
Red Koi Lounge opened its Miracle Mile doors earlier this year to fierce competition from Gables staple Bangkok Bangkok. But its combination of friendly... More »
You'll need some imagination to consider dishes named "Hello Ginger!" and "Kiss Me!" -- but don't worry, all is not lost. The pad thai noodles are excellent, as are the various... More »
Adventures in high-ticket parking and sunburned tourists are just a part of a trip to South Beach. Steps from the din of vacationers is an oasis of amazing Thai... More »
Yup, it's that same old cliche: a cute little cafe in a big ol' shopping mall. Or rather, in a big ol' parking garage. Located on the ground floor of Dadeland... More »
Izzy's fills that odd dining niche for those days when you can't decide whether you're feeling like ropa vieja or panang curry. Luckily, at Izzy's, you can have... More »
Sea Siam's fare is ocean-tastic. Take the pla lad prig: a fresh, whole fried snapper with delicate, crisp skin and moist white meat drenched in a spectacularly... More »
Americans have learned to use chopsticks when dining on Chinese food, so why don't we utilize spoons to eat Thai cuisine? It would be helpful if local Thai restaurateurs clued us in regarding the native cutlery etiquette, if only to prevent potentially embarrassing episodes for Americans who visit the country for the first time. To wit: being stared at in disbelief as I speared a slice of...
Over the past few months, the Miami New Times food blog, Short Order (shortordermiami.com), has listed 100 of the finest dishes in the 305. This week, we excerpt ten of them for your epicurean pleasure.
Huevos rancheros at Sra. Martinez. Any...
Indian and Thai cuisines have little in common besides a steadfast reliance on rice and immense popularity with American diners. Most likely, the second similarity provided owner Denis Nazareth, of Mumbai, the impetus for opening Thali Indian & Thai Cuisine. And it looks like the move paid off: The South Beach venue's 48 seats get filled with a frequency that's surprising for a place that...
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