From an exotic treat to a mainstay of cuisine, Thai food has made itself at home in America's delicious multicultural food landscape. If you're craving favorites like Pad Thai, Yellow Curry, and Tom Yum soup, we know the best places to hit up around town.
While dishes like Larb, Pad See Iew, and Khao Pad may have once been hard to find, today it seems like Thai cuisine staples are more and more common. More than 10,000 Thai restaurants have opened up across the U.S., in spite of the fact that the Thai population only makes up about 0.1% of the U.S. population. With the rise in takeout popularity during the pandemic, Thai restaurants have become as much a mainstay of the dining rotation as many other cuisines. Here in Seattle Southside, where we're lucky to be home to one of the top ten most diverse ZIP Codes in the U.S., we're proud to have multiple Thai restaurants that call us home, so if you've got a hankering for that perfect balance of spicy, sour, sweet, and savory, we know just the place.