17 Thai Restaurants To Try In STL

By Mackenzie Taylor
In Food

There’s nothing quite like quality Thai food and thankfully, St. Louis is full of amazing Thai restaurants. If you’re in the mood to add some spice to your life tonight, try one of these 17 Thai restaurants to get your taste buds roaring.

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Addie’s Thai House
Combining an exquisite dining experience with authentic Thai cuisine, Addie’s Thai House is the perfect place to enjoy dinner with friends. 13441 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield

Basil Spice Thai Cuisine
For a taste of Thai in St. Louis, head over to Basil Thai Cuisine on South Grand. Serving dishes like Pla Song Kruang, and Khao Pad, as well as vegetarian options, Basil Thai offers a delectable lunch or dinner. 3183 S Grand Blvd., Tower Grove South

Blue Elephant
Here, the comfortable ambiance and exquisite presentation will have you feeling like you’ve gone abroad. You will experience flavorful masterpieces of unique culinary offerings with dishes like the Lamb Shank Mussaman in a complex secret sauce. 7816 Forsyth Blvd., Clayton

Bobo Noodle House
Bobo Noodle House is a noodle-focused, Asian-inspired restaurant with tasty Pad Thai you’ll regret not trying. 278 N. Skinker Blvd., Skinker DeBaliviere

Drunken Noodles Taste of Thai
If you’re looking for tasty curry and an extensive Thai menu, Drunken Noodles Taste of Thai is the place to go. 5496 Baumgartner Road, Oakville

Fork & Stix
Enjoy the Northern Thai cuisine featuring spicy curries and cooling coconut milk with plenty of charm. 549 Rosedale Ave., Skinker DeBaliviere

Hiro Asian Kitchen
While not strictly Thai-inspired, Hiro Asian Kitchen has fantastic Asian-fusion cuisine and even better cocktails. 1405 Washington Ave., Downtown

The King and I
Head to this corner restaurant on South Grand for authentic homestyle cooking from central Thailand. 3155-3157 S Grand Blvd., Tower Grove South

Lona’s Lil Eats
This Asian-inspired menu has some delicious items you’ll want to order immediately, like the giant rice paper wrap. 2199 California Ave.,  Fox Park

Pad Thai St. Louis
With fresh, rich ingredients and authentic Thai charm, Pad Thai is the place to go for excellent Thai food served up in STL. 12676 Lamplighter Square Shopping Center, Concord

Pearl Cafe
Think you can handle spicy? Think again. Head to Pearl Cafe in Florissant for delicious, traditional Thai food and test yourself against the Spice Challenge. 8416 N Lindbergh Blvd., Florissant

Sen Thai Asian Bistro
This casual bistro is know for its original Thai curry, noodle soups, fresh seafood dishes and vegetarian entrees. 1221 Locust St #104, Downtown

Sunisa’s Thai Restaurant
This hole-in-the-wall restaurant in St. Peters is truly an authentic Thai experience. Grab your dish to go or dine in and be sure to say hi to Sunisa—it’ll make her day. 6057 Mid Rivers Mall Dr., St. Peters

Thai 202
Dine-in or carry-out at this traditional Thai restaurant in the CWE. With delicious dishes, as well as some lighter options, quickly made to order, Thai 202 is a wonderful place to grab a bite to eat. 235 N Euclid Ave., Central West End

Thai Country Cafe
Located on Delmar across the street from The Pageant, Thai Country Cafe serves up a variety of delicious Thai food in a charming location. 6223 Delmar Blvd., Delmar Loop

Thai Kitchen
Any Thai place that delivers automatically makes my list. Try the Thai honey wings—not a typical dish you’d have at a Thai restaurant, but one you should definitely order. 2031 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights

Thai Pizza
Enjoy an ethnic spin on the traditional pizza at the Thai Pizza Co., where the crust comes thick or thin and ingredients include chicken satay and peanut sauce. 608 Eastgate Ave., Delmar Loop

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