Five Top Thai Restaurants in Miami
There’s something so warm and comforting about a big plate of Thai food, maybe it’s the spices or just how filling it always seems to be. Miami might not be known specifically for its Thai restaurants, but there are tons of great options to be found all over the city. If you’re craving Thai this weekend, we’ve got a list for you!
Lung Yai Tapas
If you can handle the strict rules of Chef Bas, then Lung Yai should be a number one Thai restaurant on your list. It’s not often that there’s no a line of people waiting outside, but it’s always worth it. Check out the menu before you get there and order quickly, you only get one chance to order. It’s part of the rules.
1731 SW 8th St Miami, FL 33135
Moon Thai is always a solid choice for delicious Thai food. The original location is across the street from University of Miami, and features a massive lunch menu with over a dozen options for under $12 that all consist of an entree, soup, salad, and rice. Thai on a budget is something we can all get behind.
1118 S Dixie Hwy Coral Gables, FL 33146
For over 25 years Kampai has been serving some of the best sushi in town, but the Thai portion of the menu is sneakily some of the best. Whether you’re gonna stick with the basic chicken pad Thai or be more exciting with a curry order, there’s no wrong answer. The appetizer menu is long and filled with great options that are perfect for sharing with a hungry crowd.
8745 SW 72nd St Miami, FL 33173
For those who want a fancier feel to their Thai experience, NaiYaRa is just what you’re looking for. Chef Piyarat Potha Arreeratn, or chef Bee, as most people know him is a master at creating a party any day of the week. Each dish is full of his personality and packed with flavor. Stop in for the daily happy hour and see where the night takes you. Sip on $7 specialty cocktails and $7 appetizers like the fried chicken wings with lemongrass or the Slammin’ Salmon with kimchee glaze.
1854 Bay Rd Miami Beach, FL 33139
If you’ve been to Cake Thai on Biscayne, then you know good Thai food. While there was once another location, the OG spot will always be the one to go to. Make several trips and eat your way through the menu. It’s worth it. You can’t go wrong with any dish at this popular hole-in-the-wall.
7919 Biscayne Blvd Miami, FL 33137