With its diverse and expansive dining scene, Dallas makes it easy for diners to branch out and try new dishes. If you’re looking to dig into tasty Thai food in Dallas, put these three spots at the top of your to-eat list.
CrushCraft Thai Eats
For a modern take on Thai food, head to this low-key joint in Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood, which earned Guy Fieri’s stamp of approval when he stopped by for a 2018 episode of his show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. If you’re in the mood for something spicy, try the kheo wan—green coconut curry with a kick—and wash it down with a refreshing Thai iced tea. But no matter what you grab, enjoy the dish on CrushCraft’s patio.
Bangkok City Restaurant
For more than 25 years, Bangkok City Restaurant has been serving up terrific Thai food in east Dallas digs. It’s hard to pass up the massaman curry or the Thai-style barbecue chicken, but the extensive menu ensures there’s an option that will please everyone. In the mood for a night in? Good news: Bangkok City offers free local delivery in the evening for orders $20 and up. That means you can enjoy delicious Thai dishes without leaving the comfort of your home.
This West Village restaurant fuses Thai and Vietnamese fare to delicious effect. Make sure to pair dishes such as the Thai tacos—pulled pork, pickled bean sprouts, and cilantro in a crispy wonton shell—with a drink. Malai Kitchen has six house-brewed beers on tap, including the Thai IPA, which is made with lemongrass, ginger, and turmeric. And don’t forget to end with something sweet. The peanut-chili-chocolate roti is served with house-made coconut gelato.
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