Thai cuisine consists of dishes that are lightly prepared and aromatic with an edge.
There is an array of flavours, colors, textures, spices, and ingredients. Thai food is a healthier option made with a lot of green vegetables and herbs. It is a blend of sweet, bitter, sour and salty flavours. These are the spots to try if you’re in the mood for a stir fry, pad thai, curry or papaya salad.
Here are the best Thai restaurants in Toronto.
18 Duncan St
Pai is an authentic Thai restaurant that serves food made from family recipes. This spot is set up like a real Thai street market that also has a take out station. Their menu consists of street market dishes that are bold in flavour and out of this world. Items on their menu include apps, salads, curries, noodle dishes, fried dishes and more.
Sala Modern Thai
1262 Danforth Ave
Sala Modern is an authentic Thai restaurant that serves exemplary Thai standards from all regions of the country. The owner actually uses imported ingredients from Thailand and makes food that is fresh.
Bolan Thai Cuisine
709 Mt Pleasant Rd
Bolan Thai Cuisine is a cozy eclectic spot that serves classic Thai food. Their food is full of flavour and spices with an array of exotic tastes. The best part it that is nutritious, healthy and delicious, of course. Items on the menu include noodle dishes, stir fry, soups, salads, desserts, and even smoothies.
743 The Queensway
Bua Thai is a family-owned restaurant that has cooked authentic Thai food for over 15 years. They make traditional Thai dishes and use the freshest ingredients served in a casual and comfy setting. On their menu, they offer several appetizers, soups, salads, curries, fish, grilled meats, noodles, and stir-fried dishes.
Si Lom Thai
534 Church St
Si Lom Thai Thai is authentic Thai street food, in the church village. This place is vibrant and also vegan-friendly. They serve food that mixes the old and the new, that is full of color, flavour, and spices. Their menu offers an array of starters, soups, salads, seafood, curries, signature dishes and more.
1018 St Clair Ave W
Khmer Thai is an authentic Thai and Cambodian spot, that serves quality food free from MSG, which is also on the healthy side. Their food is unique and different from most traditional Thai cuisine, due to the careful selection of ingredients. Their menu serves up ample items like pad thai and golden beef.
Nimman Thai Cuisine
2451 Lake Shore Blvd W
Nimman Thai Cuisine is a comfy polished place that serves traditional Thai cuisine. Their ingredients are locally sourced and imported from Thailand. Everything is made in-house, and is served as a tasty array of combinations. Their menu serves up items like seafood, a variety of meats, noodles, curries, soups and more.
81 Bloor St E
Sabai Sabai serves cuisine from Northern Thailand and Laos. They also have a full bar in a relaxed, art-filled setting. Their menu items consist of items like curry, soups, noodle dishes, meat skewers and more, all served with the staple of sticky rice. They also have vegan options for lunch and dinner.
785 Queen St W
Nana is a modern Thai fare space that resembles Bangkok street-style eateries. The dishes are inspired by street food recipes found across different regions of Thailand. Their food also accommodates all, as they have gluten-free and vegan options. Their menu offers a variety of items like pad thai, soups, curries, soups, and daily specials.
1442 Dundas St W
Sukhothai serves up classic traditional Thai food in a casual setting. The food is prepared to the finest detail that is unique in style and taste. Their menu offers items such as salads, curries, soups, spring rolls and more.