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A few weeks back we featured some great links to Thai recipes and street food cooking demonstrations. However, in case you want some incredible cuisine without the hassle of actually preparing it yourself, we’ve compiled a list of 11 amazing Thai restaurants from across the country. Lovers of fine food and laziness rejoice.

Broward-Palm Beach

Bangkok Palace

Husband and wife Richie and Noi Kasinpila have importehttps://dailyfork.com/files/2009/06/d the brisk, invigorating flavors of their native chiang mai to the lauderdale lakes strip that’s become ground-zero for lovers of the orient; the Bangkok Palace is a few doors down from the Chinese Silver Pond, an Asian barbecue, a…More >>

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Broward-Palm Beach’s Bangkok Palace

Dallas

Royal Thai

Royal Thai, a great place for lunch or dinner, combines a full menu of fresh, elegant Thai dishes with rich décor and flawless service. Most of the time the uniformed waiters here write nothing down when you order and forget nothing when they serve. Pad Thai, the universal favorite, is…More >>

Denver

US Thai Cafe

We’ve spent years wandering the streets of Denver, looking for good pad thai, masamun and papaya salad — and found a lot of versions that were mediocre, even bad. And then we discovered US Thai Cafe. At this tiny spot, all the classic dishes of Thai cuisine have a depth and breadth of…More >>

Thai Pepper II

We’ve only eaten in Thai Pepper II’s dining room once. That’s because we can’t sit still when we start thinking about this Thai food. So when we have a craving, we call in an order to Thai Pepper, which quickly bags up a brilliant take-away order of curry, rice, rice-paper shrimp and noodles….More >>

Miami

Thai House

Adventures in high-ticket parking and sunburned tourists are just a part of a trip to South Beach. Steps from the din of vacationers is an oasis of amazing Thai cuisine. Once you’ve removed your shoes and are comfortably perched at a low table inside Thai House, the aromas of curries and…More >>

Minneapolis

Bangkok Thai

If you’re tired of Twin Cities Thai restaurants that seem a little too tailored to American tastes–milquetoast curries and fruity cocktails priced to offset the costs of high-end lighting and stereo systems–you’ll appreciate the no-frills authenticity of Bangkok Thai. Located inside…More >>

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