Whether youâ€™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 St. Louis. Professional reviews and user reviews make every restaurant easy to find, and you can also search by neighborhood!
From the owners of nearby Simply Thai comes another winning restaurant. The menu is lengthy but not overwhelmingly so, a greatest hits of Thai cuisine: soups, curries, stir... More »
A cocoon of comfort - even elegance -hidden in a Chesterfield strip mall. The menu at Addie's Thai House generally hews to the template of St. Louis-area Thai... More »
A small, no-frills restaurant - one room, paper napkins, no liquor license - Simply Thai happens to turn out fantastic Thai dishes both familiar and exotic. Curries are... More »
The new venture from restaurateur Zoo« Robinson and chef Ny Vongsaly, who have collaborated at I Fratellini and the late Zoo« Pan-Asian Cafe, is the perfect restaurant... More »
A mainstay of South Grand Boulevard's impressive array of ethnic restaurants, the King & I has introduced countless St. Louisans to Thai cuisine. The menu offers several... More »
The granddaddy of Supatana "Pat" Prapaisilapa's six area Thai restaurants - and one of four in the Delmar Loop - Thai Cafe offers classic Thai dishes in a cozy wood-paneled... More »
Tucked into the ground floor of a small office building in downtown Clayton, Rearn Thai provides big doses of authentic Thai flavor. The menu runs the expected... More »
Compared with most other local Thai restaurants, Manee Thai is unexpectedly elegant and airy, with about 25 well-spaced tables in a room of soft-tan walls and stone-tile... More »
This cozy spot in downtown Clayton serves up the usual Thai suspects with flair. Roasted boneless duck breast with red curry is one of the "house specialties" -- crisp skin... More »
A welcoming environment for the familiar pleasures of Thai cuisine. The staff is friendly, and the dishes are made with quality ingredients and thoughtful attention to... More »
When I visited Ocha Thai & Japanese Cuisine for the first time late last year, its name was House of Thai. The sign above the entrance still read Tachibana, the Japanese restaurant that had occupied this west-county strip-mall location for several years. New owners had taken over Tachibana in...
In the dark days before Twitter and Yelp, before food porn overtook porn porn as the Internet's raison d'etre, you would have learned about a spot like Fork & Stix through word of mouth, if at all. This small, spare Thai restaurant is tucked away on a dead-end street off Delmar Boulevard at the eastern...
Ginger Bistro describes its cuisine as "pioneering Asian fusion." It might be the first Asian fusion restaurant located inside an old Blockbuster video store, which I suppose would make it a pioneer of retail development. Its food, however, isn't what we mean by Asian fusion. Yes, you can find wasabi mashed potatoes on the menu, along with a few of the other ideas that helped turn the...
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