7 of the best Thai food restaurants to check out in Seattle

Jan 27 2020, 5:02 pm

Thai iced tea on a hot day, a bowl of green curry on a cold day — these are two things we can’t get enough of.

Here are seven Seattle spots that serve up amazing Thai food, time and time again.

Kin Dee

 

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Does their food taste as good as it looks? Yes. Kin Dee delivers on traditional Thai flavors while managing to inject the right amount of western flair.

Location: 2301 East Madison Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-453-5514
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Thaiku

 

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Any quick search of Thai food will put Thaiku on your radar. The spot has been a Seattle staple for years, serving up grilled dishes, salads, noodle soups, curries, broths, rice dishes, veggie dishes, and more. Most recipes at the spot have been passed down from generation to generation — that’s why they’re so good.

Location: 6705 Greenwood Avenue North, Seattle
Phone: 206-706-7807
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Thai Curry Simple

 

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Thai Curry Simple is not simple. This family-run spot has been serving up traditional Thai food for years, without altering their menu. At this spot, you’ll be able to get a filling curry for less than $10.

Location: 406 Fifth Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-327-4838
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Guitar’s Khao Mun Gai

 

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Half record-club-coffeeshop, half Thai restaurant, we aren’t too sure what we’d call the spot. We do know, however, that Guitar’s has incredibly delicious Khao Mun Gai, the Thai version of chicken and rice.

Location: 414 East Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 204-568-2111
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Pop Pop Thai Street Food

 

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Forget a bowl and eat your fried rice out of a halved pineapple. This unsuspecting spot has everything from salted crab papaya to red sea noodle soups and more.

Location: 13242 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle
Phone: 206-695-2858
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Song Phang Kong

 

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Their simplistic website should give you a look into what kind of food you’re getting at Song Phang Kong: simple perfection. If you’re looking for a proper hole in the wall, this is the spot for you.

Location: 1017 South Jackson Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-323-1782

Bangrak Market

 

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You don’t have a complete Thai food list without Bangrak. You’ll immediately feel like you’ve been transported into a local Thai market with traditional dishes and unique decor.

Location: 2319 2nd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-735-7352
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