1351 Prince Rogers Avenue
Hours: Lunch, Mon–Fri, 11 am–3 pm. Dinner, Mon–Thurs, 5-9:30 pm; Fri–Sat, 5–10:30 pm; Sun, 4–9:30 pm.
Style: Intimate dining room decorated with authentic Thai accouterments. The restaurant fills up pretty fast; best to arrive early.
Don’t Miss: The pad prik khing ($16.95) is a shrimp-and-chicken dish sautéed with long green beans, onions and bell peppers in chef’s special curry sauce. Vegetarians will love jay panang ($10.95), a veggie duck substitute simmered in lime leaves and spicy panang curry. Craving noodles? Thai Kitchen has you covered with entrées like authentic pad Thai (starting at $7.95) and lard nar talay ($12.95), a combination of shrimp, squid and crab on a bed of crispy egg noodles smothered in gravy.
Heads Up: Don’t skimp on the fabulous appetizers, including pla muk yang ($7.75), barbecue squid swimming in spicy sauce and crushed peanuts, and Thai Kitchen’s fine egg rolls ($4.95).
The Scoop: If you want to enjoy beer or wine with dinner, you’ll have to bring your own. Thai Kitchen is BYO.
What's a Quick Bite? Short takes on casual, affordable dining.