Best Thai Restaurants In Washington Near Me

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1. Little Serow

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348 reviews
Little Serow
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: 1511 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 5:30PM

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Shameer Zahid: I had high expectations ordering from Little Serow, and my expectations were met! Tried a couple items— the wings and dry chicken curry, both had complex flavors and were quite unique! I can’t wait for the restaurant to open up for in-person dining to try out some more cool things.

Jacqueline Telljohann: A friend recommended this spot to me while we were visiting DC. It's currently doing takeout only, so it was a great stop after a long day of hiking. The set dinner for two comes with: - Nam Prik Num & Crispy Pork Skin - Herbal Pork Sausage - Tom Kha & Pumpkin - Isaan-Style Catfish Laap - Crispy Rice Salad - Chicken Kua Kling - Mekhong-Whiskey Marinated Pork Ribs - Khanom Krok My favorite thing (hands down) was the crispy rice salad. I love crispy rice. It has a great texture and the sauce was delicious. The pork ribs were my second favorite thing. The meat was so tender that it was falling off the bones. If you're interested in trying some Thai dishes that you won't find at most Thai restaurants in this country, check this spot out.

Michael Goodman: This used to be a 5 star experience. The food was great, the ambiance was cute, service was nice. They had authentic flavors, didn't hide the spice, and told all the snowflakes that if they had allergies that, well, tough. However, they aren't open for in person dining. Takeout only now. And the food is simply not the same in takeout format. The experience of small plate, slow food, is lost. Environmentally it's a nightmare as well, creating so much unnecessary waste from takeout containers. Get over the covid fear nonsense and reopen.

Luis Armando Fernandez Intriago: My wife and I celebrated our 5th anniversary by ordering Little Serow to go! It was simply superb; we enjoy all the dishes, the Christmas Ale, and the Riesling. We shared everything and did kind of our tasting menu. It was our first time it was highly recommended, and it didn't disappoint.

Wei Jien: We really wanted to like this place and maybe it will be worth another visit with a different menu. The first dish in the coconut husk was outstanding and then it went pretty much down hill from there. The last dish was the whole fish and it was dry and needed more seasoning. When we told one of the servers the fish seemed really dry, she said - it’s supposed to be like that. That was an unfortunate end to the meal. Worth a try but probably not worth the 1.5 hour wait for a table.

Eric Brown: Wow! The food packs a flavor punch. The night I was there the spiciness increased throughout until the penultimate dish. However, it was so perfect with spice and flavor and temperature that it didn't kill the taste buds. So much so that the last menu dish had flavor and no spice. And the dessert surprise was immaculately rich even though just a single bite... An amuse bouche :)

Ethan Rinks: It's fantastic food here. This cozy Thai spot will wow you with their constantly changing menu. It's Northern Thai so can skew a little spicy, but don't let that deter you - it's definitely worth it. Note they don't take reservations so arrive early to put your name in for a call back later in the evening, it's a set menu (~$55-$65 per person), and do not accommodate food allergies.

Scott Kleeman: A spectacular prix fixe Thai dinner that changes weekly. All the dishes were well balanced and delicious. Go early to beat the line and enjoy!

K Tho: Arrived at 7pm on a Wednesday and had no trouble getting a seat but the place was packed by 7:45. Each course was awesome - the tofu with peanut and chicken offal were my favorites. They’ll pack up extras and send them home with you so don’t overdo it!

Suzie Raven: You wrote a review for Little Serow 5 days ago 5.0 star rating 1/19/2019 Little Serow is absolutely worth the wait in line (including on a rainy January night) and lives up to the reputation. My friends and I went on a Saturday - arrived at 4:45 and were promptly seated when they opened at 5:30. Each course was amazing. There were seven courses, and I enjoyed all of them and loved most of them (one friend out of three didn't like one course, but out of seven, I'll call that a great track record). The service was also amazing. Our server made great recommendations on wine to three people with distinct tastes, and we all like what we got. Our water was filled every few minutes like clockwork. Highlights: - the soup was amazing - the spicy kick and lime flavor are a perfect balance to the coconut - the ground chicken with lanna spices - another expertly balanced dish that combines spices, heat, lemongrass and ginger to create a dish that is great on its own, wrapped in lemon or with rice. - crispy tofu - bold flavor and perfect texture. - ribs - I don't even normally like meat on the bone, but the smokiness is spot on and it's fall off the bone tender.

2. Soi 38

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Soi 38
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: 2101 L St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 558-9215

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Michael McDaniel: One of the best Thai restaurants I had in the US; and I have my fair share of experiencing quite a few from West to East coast. We enjoyed it so much we went for lunch and then reserve for dinner on the same day. All dishes are quite authentic in taste and ingredients. You’ll find dishes that are not common in your usual Thai restaurants here in the US. Server crew had good hospitality although at dinner they might have been short staffed but guess that is expected for these post-COVID new normal times.

Andrea van Hintum (Avh): Overall, food was very delicious and venue is very beautiful. Only giving 4 stars because it seems they are low on staff. Which is understandable but we did not get our waters until after we were almost done with our meals. Again, i know they were low staff but the fact we saw other people got their drinks before us was weird.

Olivia M. Wilson: Soi is one of my favorite Thai places in DC! The food never disappoints as well as the service. I tried the curry shrimp which was delicious! You can’t forget about the drinks either, the mule was a hit!

Sadhana G: We were super hungry and went to this nice place near our home for lunch. The ambience was good and the environment was clean. We ordered two main courses. Chicken Krapow and panang curry. It was sufficient for two people and we finished it in full. The food was delicious. The pricing was on point. The staff were super friendly. Overall, a great place to dine in on anyday to chill.

Veronica Garcia: Lovely restaurant with beautiful and charming ambiance. I was fascinated by their decor and tranquil vibe. The service was superb, the food was tasty. They offered a great variety of cocktails and also have international selection of beers. I ordered the shrimp Pad Thai and I also tried the crab dumplings. All tasted delicious and had a very delicate flavor. My cocktail was very good I just wish it had the lychee on it since it was featuring the fruit. :) An overall extraordinary experience. Since I visited during the week I didn’t need a reservation.

Viggy Vanchi: We got the Larb Yum, veggie spring rolls, Thai Iced Tea, a lemongrass soup, and a delicious rice dish I'm blanking on right now. Portions left a little to be desired but every bite was packed with unique flavor. Definitely check this place out!

Thomas G: Very tasty Thai food and many unique dishes. My 2-chili dish was definitely spicy hot, so be careful. Overall good ambiance and friendly staff even on a very full night

Shivaprasad K: Food is tasty and value for money. Location is excellent.Ambience is pleasant and warm.With all plus, delayed service due to shortage of staff is a minus.

Quinntez Washington: The atmosphere is very sophisticated, and inviting. Immediately I was greeted by the obsequious owner, and he was super polite and accommodating. I was only there waiting for 10mins and my food came out hot and ready! Great service. Stay tuned for the review of the meal 🤤.

Hal Eisen: Pretty darn good. I had the whole fried fish which wasn't as spicy as I prefer but still very pleasant. My wife is Thai and she was disappointed in the som tum - the fish sauce wasn't very strong. We had the banana roti and bua loy which were both excellent.

3. Beau Thai

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672 reviews
Beau Thai
Location
4.9
Price/Quality
4.8
Service
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi quality
4.8

Address: 1550 7th St NW A, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 536-5636

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Sonal Patel: You know me and my love for Thai food!! Green curry here was AMAZING and Spicy 🔥 so be prepared when you order to feel the heat. I quenched my thirst with a yummy spicy Thai chili Margarita:) The girls loved their drunken noodles. Hubby enjoyed a Singha on tap which is a rare find. Service was excellent!!

Mark Dy: Service and food is not good. I don’t know why this place got a high rates. Foods are super salty, you cant even taste anything aside from the salty sauce that they put. The price is expensive compare to others, i know this is DC but better check other thai restaurants, we always go to Baan Siam and tried something knee but now full of regrets. Service was horrible! Super slow and unfriendly. We asked the server assistant (the one who delivered our food) if he could please take us a picture and he responded “im busy right now just wait for your server” WOW! And mind you. It’s not even that busy and there’s at least 3 girls by standing in front and the restaurant is not busy nor halfway full. Such a disappointment!! Never again.

Heather: Overall, the experience was pleasant and enjoyable. The food was very tasty and the service was prompt. My only complaint was the appetizers were not very hot but we did fine outdoors and that could have played a roll. I recommend the crab fried rice and any of the cocktails!

Conor O'Reilly: I came here and sat in the bar area for happy hour. I had a Singha beer on draft, Tom kha soup, spring rolls, and drunken noodles with beef. The Tom kha soup was perfect. A little bit sour, a little bit sweet Tlthe perfect balance. The spring rolls weren't as hot and crispy as I would've liked. Kinda tasted like they had been sitting there for a while. The drunken noodles were very yummy. Spicier than I expected which I loved. I'll be back to try the duck roll and dumplings.

olivier kabasele: I rarely write a review but I feel compelled to…I went around touring town today looking for good Thai food to feed my family because they were craving it. After few failed attempts and kids growing impatient, we settled on Beau Thai. I ordered two servings of seafood fried rice for $16 dollars each for a grand total of $35, tax included. This was à to go order, since we live down the street and by then my newborn was really restless. My mistake was not to open the stapled brown bag in the restaurant because to my big surprise, they had spilt one serving into two. I received boxes that looked like it was done for a kid menu. I thought to myself, this might have been a mistake so I called hoping for a satisfying solution such as come get an extra box on the house since I had just spent $35 of my hard earned money! No no no this was wishful thinking because this lady manager on the above picture, (btw holding what is considered a full size plate…what I expected to receive) not only belittle me, told me that I was stuck with the food as is, but what really did it for me is the obnoxious daring to write a review, when I threatened to. So here we are…hoping that no one else suffers a spoiled lunch experience as my family just endured! It is a shame that behind her nice smile lies someone who is all about her and not her customer satisfaction. So here we are…hoping that no one else suffers a spoiled lunch like our family just did! It is a shame that behind her nice smile lies someone who is all about her and not her customer satisfaction.

Pamela Garfield: This was my first time ordering from here and I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of mixed vegetables offered and how they were cooked. They include green beans (cut into bite size pieces), asparagus (also bite size), and cauliflower, in addition to the more typical red pepper and broccoli. I was also happy to see they did not use green pepper, and they thinly slice their onion. The veggies were cooked well - not over done. And the dish was not greasy/oily.

Steph Guidera: Delicious flavors, perfect textures. I got the Pad Thai with tofu and Tom Yum soup. By the time the delivery showed up it was cold, but I can’t fault the restaurant for that, and the microwave warm up was just fine. Highly recommend!

Rebecca Larson: The staff were very friendly and attentive. Our order arrived promptly and everything was delicious. We spoke with the manager, who was checking in on customers, and he expressed how happy he was that business was picking up again. Clean, simple but stylish restaurant.

Saga Ibrahim: As a valued dasher, I make sure your orders are delivered on time and I am considered a contractor for you guys. With that being said, I think it’s really messed up that we’re denied bathroom usage bc “we’re not dining in.” It’s like telling your own employees that they can’t use the bathroom. I’d understand if I was loitering, but I’m working and picking up an order at your restaurant. I was recommending your place to many people, but will not longer do that if you’re just gonna exploit your contractors and not provide them fair usage of a necessity.

Amanda Blake: So delicious and reasonably priced! I'm no expert on Thai food, but I've been to Thailand a few times times, and the flavor at Beau Thai seemed pretty authentic. I recommend the panang curry, which was $14 and included rice. The portion was plenty for me. I also highly recommend recommend the Charm City Meadworks Basil Lemongrass Mead. I've never had anything like it! It's nice and dry, with the perfect flavors to compliment Thai food. I'll definitely be coming back.

4. Thai X-ing

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333 reviews
Thai X-ing
Location
4.8
Price/Quality
4.9
Service
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi quality
4.8

Address: 2020 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 5PM

Telephone: (202) 265-2000

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Gabriel Mata: I am surprised this restaurant does not more reviews. I just had dinner there, compliments to the chef. Pumpkin curry was phenomenal, flavorful and filling. My husband had the pork curry, I didn’t have a taste but he finished it quickly. A complement I’m sure. We finished our meal with the sticky rice and mango, it’s a great way to treat ourselves. While the service was a little bit slow, it’s because there is only one person cooking. That was understandable, we still highly recommend it and it is worth coming to visit. Come in a chill vibe.

Jeff O: The pre fixe menu is really good and at only $30 pp is really a bargain. Cash only! Make reservation!

Howard H: 10/2/21 - Doesn't look like much when you walk by but wow! I typically stick to Pad Thai or some other Thai noodle dish when I go to Thai restaurants. But it was nice to eat outside of my comfort zone and sample the multiple dishes that were prepared that evening. If you like Thai food, you should definitely try Thai X-ing.

Judy O: I ordered from Thai Xing for the first time via DoorDash pick-up today because I had heard good things about it in the years past and wanted to try it out. I am very, very disappointed. I paid $21.45 and receive a pretty disappointing portion, especially where the main part of the meal--lamb--was concerned (2.2 pieces of lamb). See photos. The taste is angering. I am annoyed. If I pay that much money, or any amount of money really but especially for that much, I want my food to taste fantastic. This is the worst Thai food I have ever had, so far as I can remember. Ridiculous. The rice grains are separated well, but somehow the rice still tastes kind of mushy, poorly salted, and almost like a grain pudding. ???. I am not happy with tis experience at all and in mad I paid that much money for a small portion of food that lacks satisfactory flavor and texture. Ughhhhhhhhh!!!!! I can't. Never again.

Nate B: Hands down the best Thai food I’ve ever had! Price is extremely reasonable for a multi course dinner with dessert included! He lets you BYOB! Remember the camera eats first and holla at yur boy!!!!

Andrew Nevins: Preset menu serving a wide range of Thai food. Our meal had three appetizers, three entrees and dessert. The service was was almost to the point they were rushing us. We were in and out in less than 45 minutes. We brought our own bottle of wine. Their corking fee is $5. The food was good but left something to be desired. Nothing memorable but would go back on a week night.

Toni Airaksinen: This is an adorable little Thai restaurant, very romantic yet casual. The space is tiny, so reservations should be made in advance (although my friends and I were able to sneak in at the last minute on a Tuesday night). Tiny yet authentic menu. No Pad Thai or Drunken Noodles. When I went last night, there were only two types of curries. But damn man it was delicious. Good wine too. Due to the small space I’m not sure if I would recommend it for a large party (5 or above).
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Sarah Hutchinson: Some of the best Thai food I’ve had. Would definitely dine in with the pre fixe menu. Reasonably priced and lots of food. Great dining experience!

Jordan Bayless: Maybe I went in a bad night but the service was terrible, took much longer than expected to get food. Additionally $20 for one Panang curry and got the smallest Panang curry I’ve ever seen and it was not even above mediocre. Will no be going again.

Jasie Gilley: Holy moly. We showed up without reservation and they were serving a pre fixed menu and man oh man, delicious. The soup. I’ll dream about it. The pork skewers were my favorite and the pumpkin being a close second. Thank you for an awesome dinner!!

5. Regent Thai Cuisine

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214 reviews
Regent Thai Cuisine
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.2
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 1910 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 4:30PM

Telephone: (202) 232-1781

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Elizabeth Tate: The Thai Tea and the curry was amazing! The spice level was perfect, and they even got us extra rice so we could eat every last bit of it. Delicious and I will be coming back 💯

Jennifer Ziegenfus: No complaints about this Thai experience. Drunken noodles had the perfect amount of heat and spice. Service was speedy!

Wai Ching Leung: So far the best thai place I have tried in D.C. We ordered the duck curry and the Regent noodles, both were really good. The prices are very reasonable too. I am a little surprised to see it only got 4.2 stars.

Dan Poth: This is our favorite Thai in DC. The pad eggplant is delicious, as is the rainbow trout stuffed with herbs. The dipping sauce that comes with the trout is outstanding.

Nanda Jagadeesh Doijode: Good food and good service. Loved the taste.

Heather P.: The pad see ew (with beef) was on point. I ordered with medium spice and it was perfect. The spring rolls were delish too. I ate here twice in three days... It's that good! The service was great both times. But even if the service wasn't the best I'd still come here to eat. I dine for food, not service.

Stephanie Barrett: Really delicious Thai in a lovely neighborhood restaurant. Hands down our favorite is the crab fried rice, it is incredibly delicious, light and fluffy. The flavor and texture of the drunken noodles was perfect. We've also had the Phi Phi platter (lots of seafood) before and really enjoyed it. Great service too, friendly and professional. Highly recommend!

Jack Goon: Cashew chicken was worse than Panda Express. It was basically orange chicken with mushy breading. It was worse than the frozen chicken you could get at Safeway. I ordered a Thai tea without ice and it was only filled 2/3 (see photo)… not a very satisfying moment. The Pad Siew was palatable but not great. It’s not even cheaper than other Thai food around the neighborhood. I recommend Bangkok Thai on P St or Thai Chef Street Food on Connecticut.

Candace Cassidy: DISGUSTING Pad Thai and Sour tasting red curry. I can’t get the nasty taste out of my mouth. Never again! So gross.

Freya Lee: This place was amazing! The cups, plates and silverware were really cute and every plate felt like it belonged in a fancy aesthetic instagram post. I got the drunken noodles with chicken and they were amazing! Everyone else in my group seemed just as satisfied. I highly recommend this restaurant.

6. Thaiphoon

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408 reviews
Thaiphoon
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 2011 S St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (202) 667-3505

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J Foodgeek: June 2022, downgrading from 5 to 4 stars because the last meal I had here wasn't as good as previously. It really was a three-star meal, but I'll give him the benefit of a doubt here. The muscle man beef just wasn't as good, and neither was the noodle dish. I'll still try to place one more time just in case. --+-++ We ordered via Uber eats. Got beef massaman, chicken drunken noodles, and chicken satays. The satays we're ok but the other two dishes were excellent. I've tried massaman in all three of the Thai restaurants that are very close to each other, and one competitor's masaman very good, but I like this one even better. Update 5/2022 went back and got chicken with eggplant, chicken satays, and pad Thai and their food is still very good. Update: 6/2022 went back for massaman curry and lad na and satays... Wasn't quite as good as my other visits but still decent. The potatoes in the curry had a weird mealy texture that they didn't before. We'll try it again.

Alex H: Had the chicken and broccoli with peanut sauce, and it was very delicious. The staff was friendly and the lunch crowd was light. It's definitely worth revisiting to try other items on the menu.

Layla Gilbert: Absolutely loved the food, i didn’t even get to take a picture of it! So cute from the outside - next time I’ll dine in! Ordered pickup today at 5pm and it was ready on time and smelled amazing, got home and loved the spring rolls, they were great for sharing! The pad Thai, green curry & tofu were made of fresh ingredients & generous portions. Even the rice that came with the curry was incredibly fresh and fluffy! Can’t wait to go again and try more of their dishes :) **also btw I ordered on Uber eats and there was no way to tip for pickup and Uber still collected an additional fee that wouldn’t go to the staff??!! Deff place your order with Thaiphoon directly

Carl Grooms: The spring rolls are amazing. The came out hot and crispy with amazing flavor. The Pad Tai was amazing as well. Hot, flavorful and large portion.

Emma M (emmzaful): I love Thai food but this was not one of my favorites. I had gone there planning on getting dessert after but didn't need to with how sweet all the entrees happened to be. Not much spice either, it felt very Americanized.

Jasmin Hollywood: The service was excellent. The atmosphere calm and trendy. The food also excellent. I had the Panang curry chicken and garden rolls.

Matt Hoover: The picture is of the "seafood delight" for $24... not delightful, especially for the price, of food or quantity. Such a shame.

Dan Tamul: It's been a couple years since I've been here, but was talking about a trip to DC with a friend and I remembered that I ate dinner here three nights in a row because we liked it so much. Would definitely recommend this place. The drunken noodles are amazing.

Anastasia Sarmakeeva: I had a great experience with tofu pad thai + addition vegetables. Really big portion and nice personal. Highly recommended.

Erin Rusek: Really tasty and Celiac safe! They have a lot of good gluten free options. The staff is super nice as well.

7. Baan Siam

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368 reviews
Baan Siam
Location
4.5
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: 425 I St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 588-5889

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Manuel Cruz: What's good? The shrimp chili paste fried rice with crispy pork was perfect; I could have it every day. The Tom Yum fried rice with shrimp was a delicious combination of spicy and flavor. The "Khao soi" with chicken was an amazing surprise. The service was excellent. This is not your typical Thai restaurant where you order Pad Thai and angry noodles. We loved it and cannot wait to go back.

Bhargav chaitanya: I was thinking why 4.7 and what’s unique and special about this restaurant. Well they deserve 5 starts and they are excellent in what they are doing. I have been to many thai restaurants but this one is unique in all ways especially taste wise. Whether its rice item or noodles they added tangy flavor that’s delicious. You can try any Appetizers they are really, I couldn’t capture much pics. In a nutshell, if you are visiting DC then this is a good place to have a lunch or dinner. I will definitely visit again.

Still Life Yoga: We stopped in for lunch on a recent trip to DC and we were blown away. I had the Tom Yum Shrimp and my companion had the Floating Market Noodle Soup. First the Tom Yum; it was the best fried rice I've ever eaten, and having traveled to Thailand, I no stranger to Thai food. Next, the Floating Market Soup: the broth is so amazing, it could/should be bottled and sold to guests. Do yourself a favor and dine at Baan Siam!

Lord Eldwyn: Amazing staff, modern upscale decor, and great ambiance. The satay was fantastic. For Thai food however the heat level left something to be desired, even when ordered at the hottest level. Flavour in everything was great.

Marcelo Lopez Altamirano: Great spot to eat Thai! The level of spice is good not too overpowering. The staff is very friendly and the food was really good! Highly recommend this place.

Chris Samila: Absolutely fantastic meal. Some of the more unique Thai dishes I've seen on the menu in the US. Not your ordinary standard Thai if you want to be adventurous. The coconut ice cream 🍨 dessert served in a frozen coconut with toasted nuts was particularly delicious.

Ann S: The reviews did not lie. This restaurant is the best Thai food I've had in the US to date! And i've been to a couple between Houston and DFW. Thai restaurants can be hit or miss and tend to make their dishes on the sweeter sides. Ordered the frozen lychee, coconut milk griddle, Thai vermicilli with chili peanut sauce, and chicken skewers. ALL of them were good!!! The coconut milk griddle (kanom krok) were like what I had in Bangkok. 5/5 for service and food.

Aparna Ananthakrishnan: Fantastic, authentic Thai food in the heart of DC and wonderful staff. Plenty of veggie options, which a plant eater knows doesn’t happen that often. Outdoor dining was an added bonus! We’ll be back.

Matthew Mai: Truly becoming one of my favorite neighborhood Thai spots! The food is absolutely delicious but don’t come expecting pad thai and pad see ew. You’ll be treated to tom yum fried rice and khao soi and many other authentic thai dishes! The service is also excellent and always takes good care of us :)

James Wang: One of the best Thai places to eat at in D.C. They serve some very unique food and I highly recommend the fried mushroom appetizer, the shrimp fried rice (which had a great flavor), and the "Khao soi". The peppers next to the dishes represent "American spice", so the three chili peppers dishes aren't as spicy as one might think!

8. Bua Thai Restaurant D.C.

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Bua Thai Restaurant D.C.
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.2
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 1635 P St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 265-0828

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xian X: I don’t write reviews often but this friendly neighborhood Thai restaurant is a spot on! The service is good. The food is even better. Highly recommend the crispy spring rolls, panang gai, and the shrimp pad Thai.

40ish Sophisticate: I ordered Pad Thai with shrimp for lunch and got soft shell crab for later. The Pad Thai wasn't bad but very very small portion for 13 bucks. The Thai tea was pretty good costly (3 bucks) for a medium sized cup. The young man that took my order didn't greet me or treat me the same as other non black customers. I'll try the vegan place next door next time.

Kim Reyes: My husband & I always went to Bua in the late 90’s with a group of inline skaters after skates and it was one of our favorites! We were surprised it was still open and my husband was in the neighborhood today & stopped in to surprise with takeout of my all time favorites: rare beef salad and green papaya salad!! I asked him if he had eaten some of my salads because the small containers they came in looked half empty!!! (See picture) He had not even tasted them so apparently that’s all you get in an order. That alone wouldn’t have caused this poor review but both my husband’s pad thai and the 2 salads were so tasteless!!! The beef salad had very few and very thick & well-done poor quality, fatty beef when it’s usually thinly sliced & rare. No crushed peanuts- just a few tasteless & soggy peanut halves. The papaya salad was not much better… mo peanuts, no shrimp, NO flavor. Very very sad!! We won’t be back.

Narayan Kharel: Food is ok, but very rude and unfriendly staff, look for better options nearby

Shae Hughes: Me and my boyfriend love this place. They have a great happy hour and drink and appetizer specials. I've also been there for lunch and they have a great lunch menu. The food is great and the drinks are better! It's a perfect place if youre looking for a small quiet bar to go to.

Mino Schuffner: The food is delicious, and not expensive!

Judson Bobo: Excellent excellent excellent Thai food. The real deal. Everything from beef curry to cashew chicken was outstanding. And our son’s chicken fried rice was really really good, too. Love finding small restaurants with caring owners. This place won’t disappoint!

Harry Shah: Our go-to place for a casual Thai dinner. Happy hour drinks are strong. Food is great. It's our friendly, neighborhood Thai diner -- great food minus the frills.

Pete Perry: Good Thai cooking, but not great. The happy hour drink and appetizers are an excellent deal. Service good. If I am in the area, will stop in again.

Danny Kim: This restaurant is quite the disappointment. I came here because they serve Khao Soi for $9.50 during lunch time, which is much cheaper than other Thai restaurants in the area for this specific dish. It's a small restaurant with an outside patio, but the style is old as is the building. The good: The Thai Ice Tea is good and refreshing. Servers are nice and welcoming. The bad: The Khao Soi, which lists on their menu as a Traditional Northern Thai red curry egg noodles soup with chicken, topping with pickled cabbage, red onions, crispy noodles, and scallions, was the worst Khao Soi I've had. The egg noodle texture was the same as eating as ramen from a cup noodles, and the crispy noodles were basically fried wonton strips. There is hardly and chicken, and it is thinly sliced pieces of white meat chicken instead of chunks of dark meat chicken or a whole chicken leg. Overall, I was highly disappointed in this restaurant, and the only highlight of the meal is the Thai Ice Tea. Perhaps their other dishes may taste better, but they should remove Khao Soi off their menu if they aren't going to serve it right.

9. Thai Chef Street Food

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Thai Chef Street Food
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.2
Parking
4.2
Wifi quality
4.2

Address: 1712 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 234-5698

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Safiya Parker: Went on a Saturday around 2p with some girlfriends. Found a parking meter right in front of the restaurant. The energy is bright and welcoming. The staff took good care of us. Ordered appetizers that came quickly and held me over until the food came. My meal was tasty and flavorful. Recommend others to at least try as I'm not a big Thai lover but I enjoyed this experience.
Response: Grace, thank you so much for coming in! Hope we'll see you again soon!

Becca Andersen: Delightful food in an electric and warm space. On the beaten path but underrated!! We ate spring rolls, dumplings, panang, and crab fried rice. The texture on everything was amazing, temperature perfect, taste fantastic. Really wowed us here. Super fast service and polite waitstaff. 10/10 and we will be back!
Response: Becca, thank you so much for your support!! Thai Chef dumplings and crabmeat fried rice are some of our staffs' favorites! Hope we'll see you again soon!

raghavendra aditya: Classic Thai on the Main Street of DuPont Circle. Appetizers were okay, not that great, but the entrées were amazing. Loved the pineapple fried rice and Pad Thai noodles with chicken. Good ambience and great service.
Response: Raghavendra, thank you so much for coming in! Pineapple Fried Rice is one of our staff's favorites! So glad you like it too. Hope we'll see you again soon!

Pattama Voigt: This is an absolutely beautiful and amazing Thai restaurant. The food and drinks here are delicious. Especially the Fishing in Maekhong drink. Richa, the restaurant manager, she is very sweet and kind lady. She welcomes all customers with her kindness. I highly recommended this restaurant if you want to get modern Thai fusion with good vibes.
Response: Pattama, thank you so much for coming in! Yes, Richa is awesome! Hope we'll see you in our dining room again soon!

Golden Eye: Good, basic Thai food. Understaffed with one waitress and slow service. Kind of felt that some of the stuff was premade and reheated, which is OK, but was expecting more of a street food experience.

Ho Diem Tho: The restaurant service is very nice Food preparation is quite fast The fry rice is very good The tom yom and pad thai are a little sweeter than normal! Tipping minimum is more than 18% There is no available parking here, the street parking is the best around this restaurant
Response: Ho Diem Tho, thank you so much for coming in! Hope we'll see you in our dining room again soon!

William Edwards: I've gotten take out here a few times and recently dined-in for the first time. The food is always very tasty; I especially like the pork strips and the panang curry. The inside of the restaurant and very bright and lively and the food presentation is great. I will be returning.
Response: William, thank you so much for your support! See you again soon!

Adele E: Went here with a friend and the food was better than expected. We ordered the spring rolls, Thai chef dumplings, green curry and duck soup and everything was phenomenal. The curry had the right amount of spice and the duck soup had a wonderful broth that was full of flavor. The freshly made limeade was a nice pairing too. The employees provided excellent customer service too. Will deff be back
Response: Adele, thank you so much for your support! Hope we’ll see you here again soon!

C F: Yes just go! Soooo good. And they have to-go thai tea and thai-coffee. Both yum. Stopped in for some pad thai too and delicious! And check out the inside! And the family that owns the restaurant might be the nicest people ever! My new favorite place for excellent Thai food and drinks.
Response: C F, thank you so much for coming in and for your support! Glad you liked our food and drinks! Hope we'll see you again soon!

Hilda Kroll: I walked around in the rain and cold looking for the right place to have lunch and I found it. I loved the Red Curry with Chicken and Thai Ice Tea. Close to the Dupont Circle Metro and the Phillips. Great service. Reasonable prices.
Response: Hilda, thank you so much for your support! Curries are the best during the cold! Hope we'll see you in our dining room again soon.

10. Siam House, Washington, D.C.

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Siam House, Washington, D.C.
Location
4.5
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: 3520 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 363-7802

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Victor: The food here is awesome, they provided great customer service. I ordered a spicy fried rice with Tom yum soup and I had to have a Thai tea with it. All that was about $18. The rice rice was delicious and. hands down I’ve never had a tastier Tom yum soup. They weren’t awarded dc best Thai for nothing.
Response: Thank you for your review and high rating! Appreciate it!

Mary K Pedigo: The pad eggplant is excellent and the Tom yum soup with vegetables is full of vegetables. They deliver more vegetables in the soup and the entree than I have ever had. Very tasty! They have many vegetarian and vegan options as well as gluten free. It's hard to find tasty gluten free vegan food and this is a treasure. Thanks Chandini!
Response: Glad you enjoyed it and thank you for taking the time to review us!!!

Ray Mizui: Siam House is quite easily my favorite Thai restaurant, as the quality of the food and service is vastly superior. The Thai Iced Tea is not too sweet, while the chicken dumplings are incredible. I highly recommend the Yellow Curry, as it had so many different flavors packed in the dish. The lighting inside the restaurant is amazing -- I will definitely be coming back!
Response: Thank you for your thoughtful review. We are very appreciative and look forward to having you dine-in again!

Jules: We were visiting Washington DC mall area and wanted to find a good spot to eat. Siam House was an quick and easy Metro ride. The location is located right near the metro station. It was so good and easy to get to we ate there twice while in DC. The staff was so friendly and food was awesome!! Do yourself a favor give it a try!!!
Response: Glad you made it out to our restaurant not only once, but twice during your trip!!! Wow! Thank you for your review!

Kendall Morrison: Excellent food and fast prep. We regularly get the Thai green curry, pad see ew, crab fried rice and spring rolls. Highly recommend.
Response: Thank you for taking the time in giving us an excellent review and rating!

Bo Turner: Food was decent for the price. Took approx 15 min for food to come out. Good sized portions, enough for leftovers. Really small sitting area and it was packed when we went at 8pm on a Saturday. People started to clear out around 8:30pm. We sat by the door which was cold but they had a space heater for us to turn on us. Server was fast on refilling waters which was nice because we chugged the water. Hard to find parking around this area, mainly street parking. Seemed like their carry out was popular as there were Take away packages going in and out.
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M planetmike: Thai-American or American-Thai? The service is very good and quick, given we arrived early in the evening. Restaurant is conveniently located to Metro. We asked for Thai spicy and it was but the eggplant was under cooked and oddly the place setting did not offer spoons rather chop sticks (which is not Thai). This restaurant has been serving Thai food in the neighborhood for many years now. While the service is above average, unfortunately the food was only average. Also some wine and beer choices one the menu were not available (again this was the start of the evening).
Response: We are sad to hear that you did not enjoy the food. Btw, if you have been to Thailand, traditional Thai people use their hands, not spoon and fork. If you understand the history of how Thailand evolved, then you would know why Thai people do use chopsticks. Before you decide to make a comment regarding use of cutlery, you ought do a bit more research and spend some time in Thailand. To answer your question about Thai-American or American-Thai? Neither. We are Thai.

Rachel Wolf: Nice to have a great local place nearby. We're trying to get at least one different vegetarian dish each time to find what will be the favorite of all time!
Response: Great idea! Thank you for the review!

Bushra Sehrish: Siam house has been a favorite of ours for a few years now! All of their dishes are consistently on point. Our regular selection is usually wild chicken, chicken kaprao(crispy basil chicken), seafood drunken noodles, and fried rice. The staff is super friendly! We especially love Noh (sp?)
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M. Nicolaysen: Best Thai food ever. You will not regret stopping here. This is a must visit for us everytime we're in the DC area. The food never fails to impress, I've enjoyed just about everything I've ever ordered. I highly recommend the Moo Ping.

11. Beau Thai Mount Pleasant

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Beau Thai Mount Pleasant
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.4
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: 3162 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 450-5317

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Setpheap: Our friend recommended this is the place where we should have Thai food, so we were so excited to be there for the dinner. The place is nice and was crowded, but not too much. The food that we ordered were good, but everything were two sweet, and the dessert was ok! However, we still have a good time and enjoy it. I’d go there again to try different dishes.

Shameer Zahid: Beauthai is my go to thai takeout / casual dining spot in DC. Their menu items never disappoint! The curries can get a little spicy, just a heads up. I love spice so works out great for me! My favorite things on the menu are the drunken noodles and the pad thai.

Isaiah King: Excellent lunch meal outside. The service was fast. The food was delicious and well priced, and the outdoor seating kept us shaded from the sun. I will visit again!

HAL Deiri: We’ve ordered through DoorDash several times and the food still comes piping hot and extremely well prepared. The flavors of the red and green curries are practically perfect in my view especially with a dash of lime and fresh cilantro (which I would really love to see added to dishes when delivered). The spice hits just right and the papaya salad has a nice crunch, tang, and sweetness. Really great food!

DC Explorer: Always pleased with this place. I've had drunken noodles before but not from this place. So, I tried them. Tasty but too hot for me! Spicy really does mean spicy. The friend I was eating with and I switched entrees, as the Udom dish was too bland for him (but not for me). So it worked out well! Great food. But if in doubt, ask about the spice level.

Matthew Bunyi: The curries at beau Thai are always rich and flavorful. The flavors are super well developed and you can actually taste the difference between the curry options by the flavor (not just the color 😆). The red and yellow curries are the best. The staff hear are always helpful and tell you about their great seasonal specials. If worried during COVID, they take safety seriously and have a big streatery.

Cashmire Bennett: Ok so today I ordered pork belly appetizer and spicy seafood fried rice. The pork belly was very hard and the sauce that comes with it was sour and disgusting. The rice had squid that was CRUNCHY! Anytime I order from this place I get the spicy rice and I’ve never had squid that was so crunchy or a problem with my order period. The rice was bland and that’s also a first. I only received ONE shrimp like what am I paying for???? I’m not sure who the chef was today but please do better. The food is not cheap and I expect my moneys worth.

Meaghan Gallagher: I had the pad se ew 2 weeks ago and I'm still thinking about. The wait for online ordering can be an hour, but that's a testament to how good it is. My roommate loves the dumplings, and we've had a few other things we like. One time I waited 25+ minutes longer than expected and they were good about it without me saying a word. Love this place

Christopher M: Best thai food i think I've ever had, incredibly fast, delicious, nice balance of heat texture and flavor, uff 10/10 the drunken noodles and beau Thai chicken were fantastic

Jimmy Chanchavac: Amazing food!! Service is great. Not from the area, but stop by whenever I can. The pork belly is amazing 🤩. And so is everything I have had. Been coming back for a few years now.

12. Talay Thai Restaurant

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Talay Thai Restaurant
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 406 First St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 546-5100

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Ewa Cissik: Came for a late Friday lunch with my teenage son during a sightseeing visit. Excellent, fresh Thai food. Friendly, attentive service. I'm definitely coming back when in DC again.

leilani jacobson: Incredible food, great service and super fast. The Papaya Salad was so fresh and the basil stir fry was super flavorful. Also loved the drunken noodles, they weren’t overly oily or greasy.

Monique Park: This is what you get after paying over $18 with convenience fee and picking up myself. The most expensive mediocre Thai food I've ever had. Never going back to this place.

Ralph Mays: The food is fantastic, the prices are great for the portions.I visited for the first time just two days ago with my partner and have been thinking about it ever since. I ordered the spicy Pad See Ew with Thai Tea.

Kris Snook: Very nice, very friendly and very tasty Thai restaurant. No complaints here. The owner sat with us and chatted. Totaly recommend.

CHRISTOPHER CHEN: The food was delicious. It was the perfect amount for the lunch time special.

Maureen Elias: Always a great experience. Service is good. The food is delicious. My favorite in the peanut chicken.I love the option of indoor or outdoor seating. And the happy hour specials are really good.

Francesca Henning: I left my phone there and I was able to retrieve it before they closed. Good Wonton soup, Gzoya and Shrimp Lo mein. Too noisy though, couldn't have a decent conversation. But still very good food! Would definitely recommend eating here!

Sarah Grebowski: Agreed this place should have a much higher rating. Food was delicious, service was friendly, and the patio is nice. I had the tofu spicy eggplant and I highly recommend!

Dondré: I had take out here and the customer service is amazing. They took the time to call me as soon as they received my online order to inform me that the mango salad was out. On top of that the staff went above and beyond to make sure that I had something else, taking the time to offer me a plethora of options. And to top it all off the food was really good!!

13. Mai Thai of Georgetown

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Mai Thai of Georgetown
Location
4
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4
Parking
4
Wifi quality
4

Address: LBBY#1, 3251 Prospect St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (202) 337-2424

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J L: This place is awesome for the prices. Georgetown can be super expensive but the prices here are very fair. Their sushi is very good, and their Thai food is good too. The Thai food was a bit salty but other than that it had solid flavors and good portion sizes. I have ordered take out a few times and it's always ready at the stated time. The staff seem friendly and helpful.

Nabou Fall: The chicken cashew is a must try. The pineapple fried rice is delicious. Service is good.

Alex Navarro: Food here is great! The Musaman curry is or favorite. We also enjoy the pad see ew and the peanut sauce chicken. My only issue is delivery is sometimes slow and they did somehow misplace our order on one occasion, making delivery even later because it had to be remade. Great neighborhood business that we will continue to order from.

Ayat Amr: The food was not that good, I felt Panda Express is better than themThe chicken was so sweet and the noodles didn’t taste good

Mohammad Al Abdallah: Super delicious. I met with a friend there and we decided to set outside. Service was really good and quick. We tried pad Thai which was great. My friend had the Curry Shrimp which was really good. We tried one bar of sushi (Obama Roll) which was good as well. Highly recommend!

J P: Excelente service!We called ahead and made reservations for our group of 15. When we arrived everything was ready. The service was fast, friendly and accurate.Food was good. I had the Pad See Eew.

Hannah Tucker: So delicious!!! The staff was amazing and go for happy hour to get *strong* cocktails and amazing appetizers for awesome prices. Right in the middle of tons of shops and beautiful historic buildings. A lot of charm in this area. No need for a reservation, even at happy hour it was pretty easy to get a table. Definitely worth a visit!

Chanel H Rhoden: Really enjoyed it for one of our first food experiences in Georgetown. Tried dishes we knew we enjoyed to compare to our hometown spot. Nice cocktail selection. Half a page of vegetarian options, but they'll take things out like egg and peanuts at request.

Will Jones: Great Thai place! It's become one of our favorite lunch spots. Food is fast and very good. Staff are attentive and place is decorated nicely and kept clean.

Debdeep Bhattacharya: One of my favorites places to go for fantastic Thai food in Georgetown area. The staff is friendly and the ambiance is quite nice. The food is amazing especially if you love spicy food. My favourite is mango salad and chicken with peanut sauce (picture). I wish the options for desserts were a little diverse.

14. Rice Restaurant

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Rice Restaurant
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.4
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: 1608 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (202) 234-2400

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Monica R S: Their happy hour is great — both quality and price. The takoyaki and squid legs, were yummy we ordered a second plate!! Sushi was good too!!

PaulDonovan Reynolds: I dont understand the 4 stars. Nice staff and down to earth decor. The food was kind of ordinary. I had two meals. Happy hour appetizer of Miso soup was large but lacked flavor as did the salmon avocado roll. The Thai style post dumplings were excellent. Next night with guest. The squid was way way way overcooked and like a rubber band. The green curry was OK but no depth to the sauce. PRICE is medium so the value was there. The Happy hour price food items are actually cheap. good value and OK food.

Marjorie Dodson: Best Thai restaurant at this price point in DC. Best pad thai I’ve ever had (and I’ve had a LOT of pad thai) and the curries are incredible. Good portion sizes, very fresh and high quality ingredients, fast service. Plus the Asian market downstairs is great! I live nearby and often end up going multiple times per week.

Ryan McGorty: Rice serves up some classic Thai favorites in an urban chic space that emphasizes simplicity and warmth. Located in the 14th St corridor, Rice maintains the trendy, chic neighborhood vibe with its earth-toned interior and sleek, full-service bar. It can get pretty busy, so I’d recommend coming on the early-side to ensure you’re not sitting too close to any other loud patrons. The food is very good and they offer a nice array of options to pick from. They frequently have specials like a curry sampler. I’d recommend getting the Papaya salad with shrimp, Green curry with beef, and the Seafood basil. The presentation of food is tastefully done – simple and clean. The portion sizes are pretty good considering the prices. I strongly encourage you to look at the seasonal menu, so you can try some special foods. This is a great date night spot and wouldn’t be ideal for small children. There’s an outside patio with seating available for those nice weather days. They also have a small market at the entrance with lots of Thai cooking ware and trinkets.

Ray Wenderlich: Best Pad Thai I’ve had in 15 years! Great happy hour specials too - and tasty wine. Can’t wait to return.

Anthony Quaglieri: Excellent in every way. The food was fresh and the flavors were authentic. Top rate service. Visit the market downstairs. It’s an added treat.

Steven Montoya: I loved this neighborhood gem. Today was my first, but certainly not my last, time eating at Rice. The ambiance is warm and inviting, and the food is delicious. The drinks were also quite tasty - my lunch companion highly recommends the White Gummy Bear, which does in fact come with gummy bears at the bottom of the glass. My Dark and Stormy was strong, but not so much as to make it uncomfortable for me to be back in the office. Of particular note is the generous happy hour policy, which runs from open to 7pm on weekdays. I'm struggling to think of another restaurant which operates similarly. Loved Rice and will definitely be back again!

Aminah Rehman: Best drunken noodles ever! And i love the vegetable soup too. I have visited a few times. It might be empty because of Covid but the food is on point!

TOUCHOFERIKA: Great Thai !!! The restaurant itself is spacious and tranquil. Loved the feel in there very cozy. The drunken noodles (photo below) are SOOO good. IF you don't mind a little spicy.

Heleen Raes: I enjoyed my dinner here, the interior is cosy and the food very good. I had spring rolls and red curry and enjoyed both of my dishes. The one minus point was the temperature in the restaurant; I went on a hot day (about 85 degrees) and it was uncomfortably warm and stuffy in the restaurant.

15. Ammathar Thai Cuisine

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Ammathar Thai Cuisine
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.2
Parking
4.2
Wifi quality
4.2

Address: 1326 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 588-1795

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Gabriel Mata: This was one of the first places we dined when we moved to DC. To celebrate our anniversary this is where we came. We had a wonderful host and the food has always been delicious. We frequent displays and highly recommend it. One of the best places for Thai food, even though ownership has changed. It was my first time trying to desert, pictured the ball shaped, I really enjoyed it. As for my main dish, I loved it great texture, savory sauce, and a big meal. I had to take some home, it was so much.

Caitlin Taylor: Cute atmosphere with great food after walking all day. For those of you who are looking for the brown savory pad Thai rather than the red sweet Americanized kind, this was the former and so good. The spicy drunken noodles were fantastic.

Yuko Tarby: I have been Thailand before and I was looking for an automatic Thai restaurant and I think I found one. Food was delicious. They even have Kanom Krok! They are using right veggies and seasonings. Food is five ⭐ but service was very slow and my husband did not receive his order till I finished mine. They brought wrong entre twice for him. The place was packed and they are under staffed. However, I definitely would like to go back again!

Casey Johnson: I have had a lot of pad Thai in my life… I love Thai food.. I went here on a date on my way to my 20 year high school reunion and I have to say you cannot find better tasting pad Thai in DC… noodles cooked perfectly … spices awesome… I don’t know what they did but I vote best pad Thai in DC … hats off to the chef

Ronald Dennis: The wait staff are so attentive and you feel very welcome.The food was excellent and I am now a big fan of Thai Omelettes and Tapioca filled with Ground Chicken.

Emreald YAY: Oh my gosh the food was SO good. Authentic as well! One of the owners works as a waiter, the other in the chef. A husband and wife combo! There are other employees as well though. The pad Thai was amazing. The pork was amazing and juicy and full of flavor. The chili was spicy! They have so many vegetarian options and are gluten free with rice and other things. I love this place. Kind service and quick food.

Anna Turo: The staff was very helpful and nice, and the food came out in under 15 minutes. That was really the highlight of this restaurant, not that the food was bad. The food itself was solid. The garden rolls were nicely full and the sauce was tangy. The pad thai was okay. I also got the duck curry, which was okay with a spicy soupy broth.

Ayana Harper: The food was AMAZING! Definitely gonna be my go to Thai spot from now on! Had the pad Thai, spring rolls and stay chicken and all were excellent! A nice ambiance and friendly staff definitely recommend!

kashif Basharat: Super friendly service. The food reminded me of when I was a young lad in Mississippi. I felt very welcomed after she refilled my water at least 29 times. 10/10 would come back!

Lena Molina: Good food. Service is a little slow. Outdoors and indoors seating.

16. Paragon Thai Restaurant

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Paragon Thai Restaurant
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 3507 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 237-2777

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Eve Ferrao: Paragon Thai is a cozy little Thai restaurant nestled in a bustling strip mall near Cleveland park, Washington DC. The food was great and staffs were very nice and attentive to details. Crispy fried food was just right, for example, we ordered curry puffs and crab rangoons. You can see from the plates that , the pieces were golden brown and have no excess oil which depicted good quality deep fried food. I can vouch for the crispiness and the taste 😬 .. the spicy salad was great as well .. I have tried other stir fries and mango sticky rice which were also awesome. if you are in the area or thinking of a quick and tasty takeout, give them a try. Highly recommended!!!

Jasmin Hollywood: I absolutely love this restaurant. Most recently I placed a pick up order and it was perfect. I ordered chicken satay skewers with peanut sauce and Curry potato puffs with their cucumber/veggies vinegar sauce. All of the employees are extremely kind and hardworking. The food is delicious. I'm looking forward to dining in soon.

Spring Reacts: Got the fried rice with shrimp and fried crab dumplings omg so yummy - not soggy and you could tell the dumplings were hand pressed . Great quarantine food

Cory Mundt: Great Authentic Thai food, even my dad who is very picky, I'll be honest I am too, was able to enjoy the chicken pineapple dish. Everyone there also seems to be from Thailand, not that that matters so much, but it is truly a paragon Thai restaurant.

Chuti Hassan: 5 stars for the food, 3 stars for the service. The food here is amazing, I almost always get the spicy fried rice which is fantastic, and I recently tried the panang curry which was also very good. The service however is not great. It seems as though they only have one waitress so she may just be overworked but she's not usually been very pleasant, and while the food comes out very quickly, it's hard to get her attention if you ever want to order anything else, she also has never or rarely refilled our cups of water after she first pours it. But if you're ordering takeout, I'd definitely recommend this place!

Patrick Young: We got the red chicken curry and the soft shell crab pad Thai. The food was tasty, but pricey and in a low quantity. I’ve had Thai food of similar quality for a much lower price, and they give more food.

Yoni Buckman: Paragon Thai is my favorite! They're so fast and nice. Whether it's pickup for dine-in, I always enjoy my food and have a great experience. Highly recommend!

Pallavi Oruganti: Good vegetable and tofu pad thai! enough for two meals too. The sauce is more sweet and sour with crushed peanuts but I loved it. Good for your standard thai craving!

Jesse Zukerberg: Ordered for delivery and was quick. The pad Thai with chicken slaps. Great spot to hit after having some dc gas. Definitely try if you’re in the dc area.

Baynard Marcus (RUDY): cucumber sauce and peanut sauce are absolutely delicious, the portions of food were perfect and everything was just so good, very impressed, good prices as well

17. Bangkok Joe's

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592 reviews
Bangkok Joe's
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.3
Parking
4.2
Wifi quality
4.2

Address: 3000 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 333-4422

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Kriti Ganotra: Food is really flavorful and authentic, lunch prices are extremely reasonable (Everything is around $10) and portions are great. Highly recommend. Ambiance is great as well. Best dumplings and mango sticky rice I’ve ever had!!
Response: Hi Kriti! We really appreciate your positive review! Looking forward to serving you more dumplings and mango sticky rice soon!

Claudia Gualteros: The place is beautiful and the food delicious. They have an affordable lunch menu starting at 10.99 including one entry. I had brought my family from Texas to this restaurant and they were happy including the kids. I left some photos of the menu for you to see. The food was delicious that I forget to leave you photos of the food that we eat. I recommend also the desserts the kids were happy with that.
Response: Hi Claudia! So glad you made time to stop by Bangkok Joe's for lunch. Thank you for the support and wonderful review. I hope you get the chance to dine with us again in the near future : )

Rust Rivera: Great location. Food tasted good. We wanted to dine outside but told no available. The inside dining area was dark. We feel isolated. No printed menu; just QR code taped on the table. There’s a hint of sewer smell in the air, which was really strong in the opposite side of the building. I was gonna give them 3 stars, but the food is really good. The crispy flounder was a bit spicy hot for me. Not sure if the sweet and spicy sauce complemented the fish, but still tasted good. My tongue reacted to the dish for some reason. Not sure what, maybe fish sauce. I also get that when eating strawberries and cantaloupes. The reaction was not that bad though. Everything else was good. I’ll be back, but not indoor seating; it’s dark and lonely there.
Response: Hi Rust, Thank you so much for your honest review and photos. I'd like to apologize for your dissatisfaction with the seating area. Unfortunately, our outdoor seating is first come, first served. However, we will take your name and phone number down if you would like to be put on the patio waitlist. Due to the pandemic, we have stopped using reusable menus and switched to mainly QR code. Although, for patrons that prefer a physical menu, we are more than happy to offer a paper menu. I'm glad you felt our food was redeemable to your experience! As for your reaction to our crispy flounder dish, it's possible it was due to the tamarind juice that we use for our Tamarind-chili sauce. In this sauce, we do not use fish sauce, but rather oyster sauce. We can't wait for you to further explore our menu! Please, feel free to email us at bangkokjoesdc@gmail.com for your next visit and I will personally try my best to find you a seat outside. Although, please be aware there may be a waitlist if we are busy! Thank you again, Rust. We'll work to provide a better dining experience next time we see you!

Tarang Srivastava: The location is fantastic at GeorgeTown. Easy access and parking is very close. The food was delicious. However the service was slow. If you order draft beer, that usually should come within minutes but it took us 20min and a reminder to get the beer! Perhaps the weekend rush? But I would definitely recommend this restaurant and will visit again. The entire area is worth a visit!
Response: Hi Tarang, Thank you for your 5 star review. I do apologize for the wait on the beer. Although we are understaffed, our servers, bartender, and chefs work very hard to keep our patrons satisfied. We've been working on improving this area of service. Nonetheless, it's great to hear you enjoyed a delicious meal with us and we are looking forward to serving you again!

Reema Srivastava: Great food and location with a couple of outdoor seating arrangements. Crispy chive dumplings were my favorite. Mushroom & ginger dumplings were tasty too. The green & panang curries were wonderful. I took away one star for the service…. For it was slow, it was a Saturday evening!
Response: Hi Reema! We are so glad you're a fan of our dumplings and curries. Our Mushroom & Ginger Dumplings are a local favorite! I do apologize that you found our service to be a bit slow. Many restaurants, including Bangkok Joe's is currently facing a staffing shortage and we appreciate your patience and business. We look forward to serving you some more delicious curry and dumplings soon!

Mark Orebiyi: I visited Bangkok Joe’s with my sister for her birthday. It was a pretty hot day outside but we decided to sit outside because it was shaded and windy. We ordered Veggie Spring rolls, Sriracha Thai Wings and Beef Gyoza for appetizers. Are waiter was spot on on everything we ordered. For drinks we had The “I got into bed last night” and “everything about me changed”. My favorite was the “everything about me changed”. For the Entrées I had the General Tso noodles with fried chicken. My sister got drunken noodles. Great experience with service and food.
Response: Hi Mark! I'm glad to hear you thoroughly enjoyed your dining experience at Bangkok Joe's! We hope to serve you some more great food and great service sometime soon. :)

Coral Colón: Amazing dumplings (even a Gluten Free option) and intriguing drinks. Waiters were really nice and attentive. Went on a quiet Saturday afternoon, will visit again soon <3

Andrew Harper: Yummy food, pretty good prices. We really enjoyed the spring rolls, they were long and presented like breadsticks! 😮 The gyoza beef dumplings were also very tasty. I had the green curry, and I was surprised how large the portions are. Could have been a bit spicier though. The best part of the menu, though, we’re the drinks. The tamarindo picante was a great balance spicy and sour. The sky above sand below drink was so so great - pineapple, mango, and brown sugar. Our waitress was sweet but it seemed like the restaurant was a bit understaffed, it took quite a while to get drinks, extra silverware, etc.
Response: Hi Andrew, Thank you so much for your fantastic review and photos! We love wowing people with our hand-rolled vegetarian spring rolls, so glad it caught your eye! Don't forget we can always kick up the heat for those who crave spicier foods! You are right, we are facing a staff shortage, as are many restaurants, so we do apologize for any delay in service that you experienced. It's really great to hear that our cocktails stood out to you, they are crafted by our brilliant bartender, Best. Hope we get another opportunity to service you some more cocktails and spicy curry!

Carrie Crowther: We went for a birthday dinner, and it was a small and cozy atmosphere. The drinks were really good. It was a little bit of a wait for the drinks but they were tasty. We had the 75th, I Got Into Bed Last Night, and Left My Heart In Japan (my favorite - the wasabi salt rim was unique and added a nice touch). For the food, the wait time was much shorter. We had the beef sirloin fried rice, teriyaki salmon and general tso’s chicken. And the dumplings! HEAVENLY. We had the pork n crab shu mai, beef gyoza, steamed shrimp dumpling and the crispy chive dumpling. The crispy chive and steamed shrimp were our top picks!
Response: Hi Carrie! Happy Birthday to you. As I said, the wasabi-salt rim would change your life! We're so glad you had a great birthday dinner. My apologizes for the drink wait time, I'm glad you found them tasty regardless. I hope we get the opportunity to serve you some more delicious Thai food and craft cocktails soon!

Z Mengal: Excited to see Bangkok Joe’s back(few years ago was fusions with French mama rouj). We had taryaki salmon with lo main noodles and chicken(not halal) basil for my husband to go. Food is always fresh and flavorful. I was too hungry I forgot to take the pic of my salmon but got the chicken
Response: Hi Z! We are excited to have you return to Bangkok Joe's as a loyal patron. Your support helps us tremendously! Looking forward to have you enjoy our food again soon :)

18. Haad Thai

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383 reviews
Haad Thai
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: Entrance on 11th between H and NY, 1100 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 682-1111

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Michael Raponi: Haad Thai is a great experience. The ambiance is very welcoming, charming, and relaxing. Amazing drinks, food, and service. The host and servers are extremely knowledgeable and make great recommendations. The owner made us feel welcomed and gave us an amazing experience. Haad Thai is great!
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Carlos Alvarez: Some of the best Thai food I have had. I would recommend the pad thai. Great service and you will most definitely feel welcomed.
Response: Thank you for your patronage. Hope to see you again soon.

Rebecca Basse: Stopped here after a cold rainy day of sight seeing. The staff was really nice and attentive. We got the Thai tea, calamari appetizer, panang peanut curry with veggies and tofu, and shrimp pad Thai. Everything was delicious. The dipping sauce for the calamari and pad Thai were especially delicious. The mango sticky rice looked great, and they had a bowl of ripe mangos on the bar so I'm sure it would have been delicious, but we were too stuffed for dessert.
Response: Thank you for your patronage. Hope to see you again soon🙏🏼

Paulette Zinkann: The bbq pork dish with sticky rice is amazing! Highly recommend both the food and the service. We were warmly welcomed and made to feel right at home.
Response: Thank you for your patronage and kind words 🙏🏼. Hope to see you again soon.

Alejandro Sanchez: I really hate to do this because I understand how important reviews are but I feel like I have to because of the service. I stopped by and ordered pad Thai noodles to go. They didn’t seem too busy so I sat down and waited for my food. After 10 minutes I asked if it would be ready soon and they said it should be ready soon. After 15 minutes, I asked again and they said in 10 minutes. After 10 minutes I asked AGAIN, and they said in no less than 5 minutes. They were sneaky because they made me pay after the 3rd time i asked which made me think it was coming soon. Ultimately it took more than 35 minutes fir my order to be ready. Very poor customer service

Kate B: Delicious Thai food with plenty of options that are gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan too. Lovely sidewalk patio to enjoy the summer weather and a drink or two on. We stopped in on a night the restaurant was clearly super short-staffed, but we still had a really nice experience and delicious food. Our waiter, Peter, did an amazing job handling the whole restaurant (basically single-handedly). We’ll definitely be back!
Response: Thank you very much for your kind words and understanding. We are grateful 🙏🏼

P S (P S): I am thai. And this is as authentic as it is back home. The people at the restaurant are super friendly. I missed Thai food so much and I arrived before the opening hours - they didn’t turn me away but welcomed me in and cook the best krapao I’ve had in the US so far. Thank you so much!
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Debra Jay: The Tom kha soup was delicious. I had Pad thai and my husband ordered drunken noodles. Both were excellent . Serving sizes were large (I ate way too much) and the staff members were wonderful. We highly recommend this place
Response: Thank you for your patronage. We hope to see you again soon 🙏🏼

Brianna Rolle: Me and my friend went here after a long day and the food hit the spot!! I got the green duck curry and cleaned my plate. My friend got pad Thai which was also delicious! Would 100% recommend.
Response: Thank you very much. Hope to see you again soon 🙏🏼

Vincent Smith: Best Thai I’ve ever had. Everything is extremely tender and delicious!
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19. Royal Thai Cuisine & Bar

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457 reviews
Royal Thai Cuisine & Bar
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 507 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 842-1405

Guy: Thai restaurant


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Ladun O: I visited Monday night looking for some dinner. My friend and I were well received by the staff. The restaurant wasn't crowded. We were seated and the waiter attended to us promptly. I ordered the Classic Pad Thai with Chicken and my friend ordered the Drunken noodles. The food was very yummy. It met my expectations just the was I liked my pad Thai and the portion was also very generous. I will definitely recommend.

Luke Chang: Service was good. Food was as expected, good. Decor was fine, but tables are really close. Space is pretty tight. Restaurant was clean. Single unisex bathroom. In Chinatown area, close to the metro. I enjoyed everything I ordered. If you like Thai, this is a good place to dine in or carry out.

Aung Myo Htut: The restaurant is located in China Town. We have to order online by scanning the QR code. It will redirect you to the menu and you can order and pay in one click. A little bit pricey but reasonable for Washington DC. The restaurant is small and compact. The service is good. I loved the food even though the taste is not excellent.

Chef Q Buggs: Food was cool. Across the street from the hotel I was staying at. Had a couple beers. Got the spicy Thai rice. It was super spicy couldn’t really enjoy it but tasted good from what i had. I sat at the bar. Small quaint. Good customer service.

Becky Elliff: We were in DC for a short weekend trip and decided to give Royal Thai a try because it was close to our hotel. We had the Pad Thai, Pineapple Fried Rice, and the Thai Iced Tea. Everything was amazing, especially the Iced Tea. The restaurant is very small, so not a lot of room for seating, but it just makes it feel cozy. We'll definitely be looking to come back the next time we're in town.

Craig Casper: Small but delicious. This place seats maybe 20 people but the food is outstanding. I had the summer rolls, the duck rolls, and chicken satay. The summer rolls are a must.

Lauren Cantor: Came in to this small, cozy restaurant playing fun pop music and was very delighted with how good the food was. I ordered the Tofu Drunken Noodles which was spicy but delicious! The staff was very nice and attentive and did not rush my experience at all. Would recommend!

Alejandro Sebastian Flores Weisser: First time I had the opportunity to try thai food and it was a very good experience. I tried Thai Crispy Chicken Basil and it was delicious. Very recommended place, excellent service and reasonable price

Ayden Perez: wonderful food and wonderful staff! our server was very kind and attentive, and the food was deliciously spicy. we had the royal duckling and drunken noodles with chicken. worth the trip!

James Corney: Nice little place with few tables. I had some difficulty getting started since in these covid times they only have digital menus. At least I think they do since I was directed to a QR code on the table. Unfortunately, that code took me to an intermediate site that tried to set me up with unknown push notifications and then linked me to a Facebook page that required login information. Anyway, doesn't matter because I'm simple and just want yellow curry, except they were out of yellow curry. So... I ordered panang curry with chicken. Now I'm not a panang curry affectionado so all I should really say is that it was tasty. But I can't help myself, this is a review, so I have comments. First thing to mention is that they provided one scoop of rice. So sad, I might have an unusually healthy relationship with rice, but how can anyone truly enjoy a curry of any type without sufficient rice to sop it up? Then there's the broccoli. The only accompaniment to the chicken was broccoli, no potato, no onion, no bell pepper, no carrots, just broccoli. I'm not a panang curry regular, but I've never seen that before in a curry. Finally, the heat. There was none. I do tend to be a lightweight, but there was no spice or request for it when I ordered. It's was fine, but seemed like it was simply missing something. In all it might have just been an off night. Out of yellow curry, out of veggies other than broccoli. Rationing rice. But one meal is all I have here, so they got this review.

20. Absolute Thai Restaurant

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498 reviews
Absolute Thai Restaurant
Location
4
Price/Quality
4
Service
4.1
Parking
4
Wifi quality
4

Address: 521 G St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 506-7272

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Natalya G: This was a big hit with our group! From soup to desert everything was yummy! We will be back again! Clean place and great atmosphere with phenomenal food choices of Thai dishes. Arm was our server and he was so great and attentive!

Heidy Patterson: Found this nice Thai restaurant near Capital One arena. The food that we ordered are all really good and very reasonable price. I definitely go back to this place if I’m around the area again.

Danielle Powell: Everything we ordered was delicious!!! I was happy to find this place. We made dinner reservations but there was no problem getting a seat when we went here.

Liz: Absolutely tasty! We went today for the first time, on a whim while walking around D.C. We chose it because it was close and my fiance and I love Thai food. Turned out to be a great choice. Clean and cozy. The Thai Iced Tea was so fresh and a great portion for the price. Then the food! So quick and it has been a long time since I had fried rice that tasted so fresh and not greasy. We both received good sized portions for the price and even had enough to take home to eat for dinner. It was all around a wonderful experience! Thank you to all the staff that made it so!

Will Edwards: amazing food, i’ve been here twice now. martinis are amazing too, don’t miss it. in the perfect spot for visiting the building museum or catching a game at the capital one arena 👍

Tenny Kristiana: Came here for late lunch and service was perfect, staff are kind and service was quick. Taste of pad Thai that I ordered was okay

DConHeels Editor: The foid is good but the service was not great. My server took my order & brought my food but I never saw her again. I had to flag someone else down for chopsticks, water & my bill.

Mark Cowman: I know that Pad Thai is the white bread of the Thai food world but I love it and this place made some great Pad Thai, maybe the best I've ever had. They had a very extensive menu of other stuff that I just couldn't get myself to step out of my safety zone and try, although I'm sure it would all be fabulous. Just take note that when you go to the bathroom here, that the sink is actually communal and outside of the bathroom. I went into the one bathroom that had a sink and was frustrated when there were no towels or soap. Well there are, just outside the bathroom door. If I lived here, I'd definitely be back.

J J: I had an order for delivery… The rice could’ve easily been sitting out for hours if not from the previous day it was in huge clumps and just gross… The Penang was filled with those gross fake carrot straws and the other vegetables tasted Smashy and frozen… The curry sauce itself was watery and just overall super disappointing and will never order from here again The mushrooms did taste fresh but that’s not even close to enough to rescue this whole dish

SK H: Service : Was very fast and good Food: Tom Yum soup wasn’t nice at all, fried rice was too much oily. Shrimp was delicious Several items in the desserts weren’t available But pricey for the food + taste put together.