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Not as wild as we want it to be, but then beggars can't be choosers when it comes to Thai food in this city. In the case of Wild Thaiger, the menu has been toned way down for American palates, which may be the cause of some disappointment if you're a genuine devotee of Siam. However, if Thai cuisine is new to you, this relatively tame tiger is a good place to start. Its pad Thai rings true, as does its Thai iced tea, and even diehard carnivores will dig the veggie sampler. For dessert, try the homemade coconut ice cream with crushed peanuts.
We love dining out at local restaurants. Not only do we get to nosh on good eats, we also leave with a nice case of the warm fuzzies for giving our hard-earned dollars to a local business owners. See... More »
A lot of excitement about the Metro light rail has revolved around the easy new connection between downtown Phoenix and downtown Tempe. And when it comes to dining options, that's definitely a good thing, whether you're a commuter, a student, or... More »
Though I have yet to visit Siam, I have lived in the next best place for Thai cuisine: Los Angeles. In La-La Land, there are nearly as many Thai restaurants as there are taquerias in Phoenix, and I became so accustomed to that country's unique... More »
I've tried all sorts of Thai restaurants and some of my faves are super casual, but I like Wild Thaiger for a good middle of the road type place. It's located in a great spot if you live in downtown or CenPho, has some good wine options and pad thai was amazing.
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