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An elegant, longstanding local favorite, beautifully appointed with aquariums and Asian art, Thai Spice deserves the crowds that pack it nightly. So make a reservation; this place gets as busy as the streets of Bangkok. All entrées, from red curry chicken to scallops basil, can be served safe-and-sound mild or burn-a-hole-in-your-tongue spicy. Terrific. Seasonal house specials might include a whole Florida lobster stuffed with jumbo shrimp and scallops, Thai Spice grouper, seafood clay pot, or a Siam duck. And an excellent wine list ranges from Gekkeikan sake all the way up to Roederer champagne and Opus One.
I've been here 7 times, and each time was a delight. It tends to be on the pricey side for Thai, but for what you get, I'd consider it a value. Everything I've had has been perfectly prepared. Their whole fish really is a whole fish, fresh and perfectly seasoned. The wait staff is professional and the premises are clean.
I remember my first, mind-altering bite of Thai cooking with pristine clarity. From a culinary standpoint, I'd been sound asleep: That mouthful woke me up like the sloppy kiss of Prince Charming. I was working for a publisher in London; my... More »
Somehow, someone in Thailand a long, long time ago discovered that the sweet taste of coconut could be mixed with hot chili powder to create some of the most savory sauces to come out of the Southeast Asian peninsula. The taste can be exotic, uncompromising, and sometimes surprising. You can find all three at Thai Spice, an elegant restaurant filled with aquariums and Asian art and sculpture. All entrées -- from red curry chicken ($11.95) to scallops basil ($14.95) to the more... More »
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