The Best Thai Restaurants in Las Vegas

Looking for the best Thai restaurants in Las Vegas? Couldn't be easier with my guide! I found the most raved about restaurants that offer authentic ethnic Thai food (although some of them mix it with other varieties). If it's your first time trying this type of food, it is customary in Thai restaurants to offer you a choice of how spiced you like your dishes, usually on the scale from 1 to 10, but keep in mind that what you consider "hot" might fall in the category of "medium" by real Thailanders, so choose wisely!

Lotus of Siam Thai

Lotus of Siam Thai Restaurant Las Vegas

Address: 953 E Sahara Ave, Ste A5; Tel:702-735-3033

Prices: $1 - $20

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Hours of operation:Monday -Friday Lunch: 11:30AM-2:30PM; Buffet: 11:30AM-2:00PM; Monday-Sunday Dinner: 5:30PM-10:00PM

Review: Lotus of Siam is absolutely the most popular of all Thai restaurants in Las Vegas! Some tourists go as far as to admit to this restaurant being the main reason of their trip to the city. And they are not discouraged by the restaurant's location in a shady area in a strip mall. By the way, it's not that far from the Strip, so hiring a cab won't break your budget! Lotus of Siam is lovingly run by Saipin Chutima, who learned the secrets of Thai cooking from her grandmother. Because of it's incredible food and affordable prices, the restaurant tends to be crowded - so make sure to make reservations in advance. Everything on the menu is yummy, and reviewers particularly recommend their Thai Beef Salad, Beef Khao Soi, Garlic Prawn, Drunken Noodle Seafood and Nam Kao Tod.

Weera Thai

Weera Thai Restaurant Las Vegas

Address: 3839 W Sahara Ave Suite 9; Tel: 702-873-8749

Prices: $4 - $17

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Hours of operation:11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Review: Food critic John Curtas has named Weera Thai one of top three Thai restaurants in Las Vegas. That alone is enough to come and try for yourself :-) Weera Thai might look like a strip mall from the outside, but let that not discourage you! They specialize in ethnic Thai food, in particular of the Issan region. In all honesty, I wouldn't know the difference, but I thought you foodies out there might want to know:-) Visitors say they loved their Thai spring rolls, duck Pad Thai, Tom Kha soup, cashew chicken, and roast duck pad.

Le Thai

Le Thai Restaurant Las Vegas

Address: 523 Fremont Street

Hours of operation: 11:30 am – 3:00 am; Saturday 12:30 pm – 3:00 am; Sunday Closed

Options: Lunch, Dinner

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Review: If you happen to be in downtown craving for Thai food and Thai restaurants in Las Vegas, do not miss Le Thai! It was included in the top three Thai restaurants along with Lotus Of Siam and Weera Thai by John Curtas, a local food critic. This restaurant is very popular both among locals and tourists, so be sure to make a reservation. In a good weather, it would be nice to eat at their outdoor patio. They offer you 5 level of spiciness, so choose wisely, They make excellent Panang curry with chicken, short rib with fried rice, chicken wings, garlic fried rice, and Beef Massaman curry.

Lemongrass Thai

Lemongrass Thai Restaurant Las Vegas

Address: 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard, inside Aria Resort & Casino;

Tel: 877.230.2742

Prices: $40-$60

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Hours of operation:11:00 am. - 2:00 am.

Options: Lunch, Dinner

Review: Lemongrass located at Aria Resort is more high end and expensive compared to other Thai restaurants in Las Vegas. As for authenticity, some patrons say that Lemongrass is more liberal in their interpretation of That food than it's counterparts described above. However, I do not see anything wrong with being liberal - recipes are not set in stone, and culinary art is all about improving than following grandma's recipes to the letter. Many other people are more than happy with what Lemongrass offers and insist they serve authentic Thai food. Particularly recommended are Tom Yum Soup, Pad Hoy, Basil Soup, Panang Duck, Dim Sum, and Lobster Satay.

Pin Kaow Thai

Pin Kaow Thai Restaurant Las Vegas

Address: 7835 South Rainbow Boulevard; Tel: (702) 407-4805

Prices: $20

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Hours of operation: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Options: Lunch, Dinner

Review: Although it may look disappointing on the outside, Pin Kaow Thai is one of the most charming Thai restaurants in Las Vegas. It's located in a strip mall, but inside it's very beautiful and tastefully decorated in Thai theme. They serve excellent Pad Thai Noodles, wonton soup, and green chicken curry.

SATAY - Thai Bistro & Bar

SATAY - Thai Bistro & Bar Las Vegas

Address: 3900 Paradise Road, Suite N; Tel: 702-369-8788

Prices: $3 - $13

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Hours of operation: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm; Friday & Saturday - Late night - 12:00 am +

Options: Lunch, Dinner

Review: While talking about Thai restaurants in Las Vegas, I have to mention SATAY - Thai Bistro & Bar. This place is quite unique - what they offer they themselves call Southeast Asian, or Malay/Indonesian cuisine. Although it may not be as authentically Thai as the other restaurants above, reviewers are raving about their food. Among recommended dishes are Calamari Satay, Beef Rendang, Green Curry and Pad Thai.

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