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An Ultimate Guide To The Best Thai Restaurants In Delhi

Want to explore traditional Thai food that will take you on a mini trip to Thailand while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best restaurants

What comes to the mind first when you think of Thai cuisine? Rice? Curry? Coconut Milk? Well, Thai cuisine has a lot to offer when it comes to enjoying authentic Thai delicacies prepared with traditional methods, flavours and spices. Thai food is not only colourful but is healthy in many ways. Full of flavours and hues- Thai food has numerous options to enjoy, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Let's dig a little deeper into discovering and relishing Thai cuisine in the capital city of India- Delhi.

Delhi is home to many restaurants that serve not only Thai food on your plates but its culture too. Want to make your taste buds explore a whole different cuisine and culture, while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best Thai Restaurants in Delhi.

Read Also: An Ultimate Guide To The Best Punjabi Restaurants In Delhi

1. Neung Roi

One of the Raddison Blu Plaza restaurants, Neung Roi is the finest luxury dining. Located near the Delhi Airport, it's easier for travellers to visit Neung Roi for a small halt to enjoy some delicious Thai food prepared with finesse. The whole restaurant is decorated with modern chandeliers, interiors and some embellishing artworks. The dim, amorous and cosy lighting and atmosphere of the dining makes it ideal to visit for a romantic date with your partner. The private dining space, the minimalistic tableware, and impeccable presentation will add to your experience for sure. Pad Thai Noodles, Thai Green Curry, Pork and Prawn are some of the crowd-pleasers but don't forget to enjoy your entire date with some drinks and Thai salads for sides.

₹3,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Neung Roi

2. Kiyan

Are you looking for a place to enjoy your favourite Thai food sitting next to a pool? Kiyan is a luxury dining with an al-fresco setting. The comfortable and intimate decor of the restaurant creates a perfect vibe and ambience to the whole visit at Kiyan. Sitting under the moonlight, a pool by your side, your partner in front of you, and delicious Thai rice, Pad Thai, and Pomelo Salad complemented by wine on your table- sounds like a perfect dreamy date and visit that takes you to Thai town. The Wild Mushroom Soup is to die for, yum!

₹5,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Kiyan- The Roseate

3. Ziu

Located in the south of the capital city, Ziu is multi-cuisine, casual dining that serves one of the best Thai food in the city. Ziu creates a perfect space and environment for large groups visits. The availability of full-bar and smoking area makes it an ideal place for a reunion with friends. Golden and bright lighting with a beautiful wooden ceiling and food served presentably make up for an enjoyable dine-in at Ziu. Khao Tang Gai Yang, Massaman Curry, Phad Thai are some Thai lovers favourites. Make sure you end your dinner at a sweet note with Tender Coconut Ice Cream.

₹2,900 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: The Ultimate Guide To Chinese Restaurants In Delhi

Ziu

4. Thai High

A dinner date with your better half and the Qutub Minar acting as a third wheeler- sounds fun! Thai High is casual dining with a rooftop setting. With patio chair and fairy lights on the plants in the outside deck and the same old red and yellow heavy wood inside, the interior looks aged. But you go to Thai High for its consistent food and that skyline view, how many other places can offer the view of Qutub Minar whilst you dine? The dine-in at Thai High with the lavish view of the city having some Thai High Chicken, Pad Thai and Thai Green Curry that melts in your mouth sounds like a wholesome gastronomical experience.

₹2,200 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai High

5. Pa Pa Ya

Looking for a place to visit with friends and enjoy a fancy dinner? Pa Pa Ya is the one. Located at Saket with its other outlets situated all around the city. Pa Pa Ya is a dome-shaped restaurant that gives chills to your backbone with its decor only. The dome restaurant is covered with modern interiors and dim golden lighting, which will leave you awe-struck, especially in the nights. Enjoying some Traditional Thai food accompanied by some drinks could be a visit worth appreciating. Man Shu Ji, Phad Tha, and Khao Pad Kar Pao and PaPaYa Sling for drinks are their highly recommended dishes. FYI, the cocktail game is on point, and you can definitely get slouched when there.

₹2,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Pa Pa Ya

6. Moets Oh! Bao

The restaurant is covered with white, magenta and teal furniture and decor; giving some aesthetically pleasing vibes. The big windows and modern lighting build the vibe to enjoy a good lunch with friends. Located at Defence Colony, Moets Oh! Bao is known for its Baos; its name suggests it all, make sure you try their special Chicken Teriyaki Bao on your visits here. The modernly designed restaurant with a pocket-friendly menu is an ideal place to hangout for college-go-ers.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Moets Oh! Bao

7. Bo Tai

Looking for a place to experience the city's night view with some palatable food to satisfy your taste buds? Bo Tai is a casual rooftop dining located at Mehrauli, also offers full access to the bar. It's a suitable place to go with your significant other for a good celebratory dinner. The comfortable, open and luxurious dining and of course the Thai food will be worth the time and splurge at Bo Tai. Massaman Curry, Black Cod or Stir-Fried Morning Glory, Coconut Creme Brulee, or Tam Tim Grob are some of the best dishes served at Bo Tai. Leave your taste buds mesmerized with their in-house special cocktails that will surely leave you in complete awe- The Full Moon Cocktail.

₹3,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Bo Tai

8. Ego Thai

Located at New Friends Colony, Ego Thai is casual dining that serves Thai food filled with Thailand's spices and culture. Are you looking for a place to go for family dinners? Ego Thai offers super spacious, cosy, and comfy sofas that make most of the seating in the restaurant. The bright and relaxing lighting and atmosphere make up for a perfect lunch to enjoy with family. Serving Thai food for almost a decade, it’s worth the money if you want the most authentic Thai food in the city. Kway Teow, a Thai street noodle soup, Keang Phed Koong, a red curry made with coconut milk; and Pla Lard Phrik, a deep-fried fish dish are highly recommended; don't forget to try them out on your visit to Ego Thai.

₹1,700 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: Delhi Govt. Wants Small Guestlists And Limited Food For Weddings!

Ego Thai

9. Jom Jom Malay

A colourful, quirky place to enjoy a good dine-in with friends. Jom Jom Malay is casual dining located at Saket, South Delhi. The open, wooden interiors with a blue rickshaw standing in the middle of the restaurant will help you end up with lots of good pictures. The whole experience at the restaurant is going to be as colourful and enjoyable as Thai cuisine. You are sure going to love Chicken Rendang, Prawn Satay and Lamb Rendang; they are highly recommended by foodies. Don’t forget to try Banoffee Pie, it’ll leave your taste palettes mesmerized!

₹1,800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jom Jom Malay

10. You Mee

A pan-Asian Indian restaurant that serves lip-smacking delicacies on a platter. The white and bright decorations of the restaurant with Anime painted walls make it a good-to-go place for students. Located at Greater Kailash, You Mee is an ideal spot to enjoy some delicious Thai food at lunch hours. Chili Basil Tofu Bao, Thai Green Curry for main-course and sticky rice or sides would be enough to make your entire Thai experience exciting and tasty that you'll keep returning here with your friends.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

You Mee

11. Thai Pavillion

Fine dining located at the Taj City Centre, Gurgaon. Thai Pavilion is dining with a luxurious setting; where a lot of thought has been put in decorations- everything in the dine-in is red, black and golden- the seating, the decor, the poles, the lamps etc. which adds a themed factor to the entire experience at the restaurants. The comfy huge sofa seating and the environment of the restaurant make it the best place to go for family lunches. The beautifully placed food on the plates will make you dive into as soon as it reaches your table- Pad Thai, Crispy Lamb, Thai Green Curry are a few crowd's favourites; you must try.

₹4,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai Pavillion

12. Tsui Wong

Tsui Wong at Patel Nagar is casual dining serving Thai and Chinese since 1977. From the outside, it can easily be missed, keep an eye out for a red LED board. A restaurant where everything is red and white just like red Thai curry and rice, basically the interior is quite old along and aged, but good dependable Thai food is what you go to Tsui Wong for. If, you are a soup person; the trying Tom Kha at Tsui Wong might not prove you wrong. Ginger Chicken and Stew rice are Chef specials that you would not want to miss trying.

₹800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

13. Mamagoto

Mamagoto, located in South Delhi, is a fusion of pan-Asian cafe and casual dining. The dining is inspired and themed after Manga art, which is basically comics art or graphic novels originating from Japan, bringing the quirkiness to the interiors. Wooden flooring, colourful walls gives a cosy and warm vibe and lighting in the restaurant. With full-bar services and a rooftop ambience, Mamagoto is a suitable place to go and enjoy dine-in with friends. Tofu with Pickled Chili, Crispy Rice are a few signature dishes and the crowd's favourites. Try Caramel Sponge Cake and Cucumber Mocktail for the desserts and drinks respectively.

₹1,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Mamagoto

14. Asian Haus

Want to enjoy the flavours of Thai in the comfort of your house? Well, an order from Asian Haus could prove to be the right decision. Asian Haus serves not only the best Thai but every Asian cuisine (both veg. and non-veg.) The quality, balance of flavours and fast services of the Haus are so on-point that you’ll see yourself placing orders at Asian Haus for every Thai food craving. Asian Haus is famously known for its Thai Currys and Baos- make sure you try Thai Red Curry and Thai Chilli Basil Fish out! The well-informed menu with special mentions like The Haus Recommendations and Healthy Recommendations will help you decide better.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Asian Haus

As the popularity of Thailand, its culture, traditional food and flavours is increasing, the demand to visit Thai restaurants in the capital city is also increasing. It's highly recommended to book your seats at the restaurant prior to your visits. It will help you save a lot of time!

Happy Dine-in!

Eats

An Ultimate Guide To The Best Thai Restaurants In Delhi

Want to explore traditional Thai food that will take you on a mini trip to Thailand while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best restaurants

What comes to the mind first when you think of Thai cuisine? Rice? Curry? Coconut Milk? Well, Thai cuisine has a lot to offer when it comes to enjoying authentic Thai delicacies prepared with traditional methods, flavours and spices. Thai food is not only colourful but is healthy in many ways. Full of flavours and hues- Thai food has numerous options to enjoy, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Let's dig a little deeper into discovering and relishing Thai cuisine in the capital city of India- Delhi.

Delhi is home to many restaurants that serve not only Thai food on your plates but its culture too. Want to make your taste buds explore a whole different cuisine and culture, while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best Thai Restaurants in Delhi.

Read Also: An Ultimate Guide To The Best Punjabi Restaurants In Delhi

1. Neung Roi

One of the Raddison Blu Plaza restaurants, Neung Roi is the finest luxury dining. Located near the Delhi Airport, it's easier for travellers to visit Neung Roi for a small halt to enjoy some delicious Thai food prepared with finesse. The whole restaurant is decorated with modern chandeliers, interiors and some embellishing artworks. The dim, amorous and cosy lighting and atmosphere of the dining makes it ideal to visit for a romantic date with your partner. The private dining space, the minimalistic tableware, and impeccable presentation will add to your experience for sure. Pad Thai Noodles, Thai Green Curry, Pork and Prawn are some of the crowd-pleasers but don't forget to enjoy your entire date with some drinks and Thai salads for sides.

₹3,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Neung Roi

2. Kiyan

Are you looking for a place to enjoy your favourite Thai food sitting next to a pool? Kiyan is a luxury dining with an al-fresco setting. The comfortable and intimate decor of the restaurant creates a perfect vibe and ambience to the whole visit at Kiyan. Sitting under the moonlight, a pool by your side, your partner in front of you, and delicious Thai rice, Pad Thai, and Pomelo Salad complemented by wine on your table- sounds like a perfect dreamy date and visit that takes you to Thai town. The Wild Mushroom Soup is to die for, yum!

₹5,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Kiyan- The Roseate

3. Ziu

Located in the south of the capital city, Ziu is multi-cuisine, casual dining that serves one of the best Thai food in the city. Ziu creates a perfect space and environment for large groups visits. The availability of full-bar and smoking area makes it an ideal place for a reunion with friends. Golden and bright lighting with a beautiful wooden ceiling and food served presentably make up for an enjoyable dine-in at Ziu. Khao Tang Gai Yang, Massaman Curry, Phad Thai are some Thai lovers favourites. Make sure you end your dinner at a sweet note with Tender Coconut Ice Cream.

₹2,900 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: The Ultimate Guide To Chinese Restaurants In Delhi

Ziu

4. Thai High

A dinner date with your better half and the Qutub Minar acting as a third wheeler- sounds fun! Thai High is casual dining with a rooftop setting. With patio chair and fairy lights on the plants in the outside deck and the same old red and yellow heavy wood inside, the interior looks aged. But you go to Thai High for its consistent food and that skyline view, how many other places can offer the view of Qutub Minar whilst you dine? The dine-in at Thai High with the lavish view of the city having some Thai High Chicken, Pad Thai and Thai Green Curry that melts in your mouth sounds like a wholesome gastronomical experience.

₹2,200 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai High

5. Pa Pa Ya

Looking for a place to visit with friends and enjoy a fancy dinner? Pa Pa Ya is the one. Located at Saket with its other outlets situated all around the city. Pa Pa Ya is a dome-shaped restaurant that gives chills to your backbone with its decor only. The dome restaurant is covered with modern interiors and dim golden lighting, which will leave you awe-struck, especially in the nights. Enjoying some Traditional Thai food accompanied by some drinks could be a visit worth appreciating. Man Shu Ji, Phad Tha, and Khao Pad Kar Pao and PaPaYa Sling for drinks are their highly recommended dishes. FYI, the cocktail game is on point, and you can definitely get slouched when there.

₹2,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Pa Pa Ya

6. Moets Oh! Bao

The restaurant is covered with white, magenta and teal furniture and decor; giving some aesthetically pleasing vibes. The big windows and modern lighting build the vibe to enjoy a good lunch with friends. Located at Defence Colony, Moets Oh! Bao is known for its Baos; its name suggests it all, make sure you try their special Chicken Teriyaki Bao on your visits here. The modernly designed restaurant with a pocket-friendly menu is an ideal place to hangout for college-go-ers.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Moets Oh! Bao

7. Bo Tai

Looking for a place to experience the city's night view with some palatable food to satisfy your taste buds? Bo Tai is a casual rooftop dining located at Mehrauli, also offers full access to the bar. It's a suitable place to go with your significant other for a good celebratory dinner. The comfortable, open and luxurious dining and of course the Thai food will be worth the time and splurge at Bo Tai. Massaman Curry, Black Cod or Stir-Fried Morning Glory, Coconut Creme Brulee, or Tam Tim Grob are some of the best dishes served at Bo Tai. Leave your taste buds mesmerized with their in-house special cocktails that will surely leave you in complete awe- The Full Moon Cocktail.

₹3,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Bo Tai

8. Ego Thai

Located at New Friends Colony, Ego Thai is casual dining that serves Thai food filled with Thailand's spices and culture. Are you looking for a place to go for family dinners? Ego Thai offers super spacious, cosy, and comfy sofas that make most of the seating in the restaurant. The bright and relaxing lighting and atmosphere make up for a perfect lunch to enjoy with family. Serving Thai food for almost a decade, it’s worth the money if you want the most authentic Thai food in the city. Kway Teow, a Thai street noodle soup, Keang Phed Koong, a red curry made with coconut milk; and Pla Lard Phrik, a deep-fried fish dish are highly recommended; don't forget to try them out on your visit to Ego Thai.

₹1,700 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: Delhi Govt. Wants Small Guestlists And Limited Food For Weddings!

Ego Thai

9. Jom Jom Malay

A colourful, quirky place to enjoy a good dine-in with friends. Jom Jom Malay is casual dining located at Saket, South Delhi. The open, wooden interiors with a blue rickshaw standing in the middle of the restaurant will help you end up with lots of good pictures. The whole experience at the restaurant is going to be as colourful and enjoyable as Thai cuisine. You are sure going to love Chicken Rendang, Prawn Satay and Lamb Rendang; they are highly recommended by foodies. Don’t forget to try Banoffee Pie, it’ll leave your taste palettes mesmerized!

₹1,800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jom Jom Malay

10. You Mee

A pan-Asian Indian restaurant that serves lip-smacking delicacies on a platter. The white and bright decorations of the restaurant with Anime painted walls make it a good-to-go place for students. Located at Greater Kailash, You Mee is an ideal spot to enjoy some delicious Thai food at lunch hours. Chili Basil Tofu Bao, Thai Green Curry for main-course and sticky rice or sides would be enough to make your entire Thai experience exciting and tasty that you'll keep returning here with your friends.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

You Mee

11. Thai Pavillion

Fine dining located at the Taj City Centre, Gurgaon. Thai Pavilion is dining with a luxurious setting; where a lot of thought has been put in decorations- everything in the dine-in is red, black and golden- the seating, the decor, the poles, the lamps etc. which adds a themed factor to the entire experience at the restaurants. The comfy huge sofa seating and the environment of the restaurant make it the best place to go for family lunches. The beautifully placed food on the plates will make you dive into as soon as it reaches your table- Pad Thai, Crispy Lamb, Thai Green Curry are a few crowd's favourites; you must try.

₹4,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai Pavillion

12. Tsui Wong

Tsui Wong at Patel Nagar is casual dining serving Thai and Chinese since 1977. From the outside, it can easily be missed, keep an eye out for a red LED board. A restaurant where everything is red and white just like red Thai curry and rice, basically the interior is quite old along and aged, but good dependable Thai food is what you go to Tsui Wong for. If, you are a soup person; the trying Tom Kha at Tsui Wong might not prove you wrong. Ginger Chicken and Stew rice are Chef specials that you would not want to miss trying.

₹800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

13. Mamagoto

Mamagoto, located in South Delhi, is a fusion of pan-Asian cafe and casual dining. The dining is inspired and themed after Manga art, which is basically comics art or graphic novels originating from Japan, bringing the quirkiness to the interiors. Wooden flooring, colourful walls gives a cosy and warm vibe and lighting in the restaurant. With full-bar services and a rooftop ambience, Mamagoto is a suitable place to go and enjoy dine-in with friends. Tofu with Pickled Chili, Crispy Rice are a few signature dishes and the crowd's favourites. Try Caramel Sponge Cake and Cucumber Mocktail for the desserts and drinks respectively.

₹1,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Mamagoto

14. Asian Haus

Want to enjoy the flavours of Thai in the comfort of your house? Well, an order from Asian Haus could prove to be the right decision. Asian Haus serves not only the best Thai but every Asian cuisine (both veg. and non-veg.) The quality, balance of flavours and fast services of the Haus are so on-point that you’ll see yourself placing orders at Asian Haus for every Thai food craving. Asian Haus is famously known for its Thai Currys and Baos- make sure you try Thai Red Curry and Thai Chilli Basil Fish out! The well-informed menu with special mentions like The Haus Recommendations and Healthy Recommendations will help you decide better.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Asian Haus

As the popularity of Thailand, its culture, traditional food and flavours is increasing, the demand to visit Thai restaurants in the capital city is also increasing. It's highly recommended to book your seats at the restaurant prior to your visits. It will help you save a lot of time!

Happy Dine-in!

Eats

An Ultimate Guide To The Best Thai Restaurants In Delhi

Want to explore traditional Thai food that will take you on a mini trip to Thailand while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best restaurants

What comes to the mind first when you think of Thai cuisine? Rice? Curry? Coconut Milk? Well, Thai cuisine has a lot to offer when it comes to enjoying authentic Thai delicacies prepared with traditional methods, flavours and spices. Thai food is not only colourful but is healthy in many ways. Full of flavours and hues- Thai food has numerous options to enjoy, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Let's dig a little deeper into discovering and relishing Thai cuisine in the capital city of India- Delhi.

Delhi is home to many restaurants that serve not only Thai food on your plates but its culture too. Want to make your taste buds explore a whole different cuisine and culture, while sitting in Delhi? Here's an ultimate guide to the best Thai Restaurants in Delhi.

Read Also: An Ultimate Guide To The Best Punjabi Restaurants In Delhi

1. Neung Roi

One of the Raddison Blu Plaza restaurants, Neung Roi is the finest luxury dining. Located near the Delhi Airport, it's easier for travellers to visit Neung Roi for a small halt to enjoy some delicious Thai food prepared with finesse. The whole restaurant is decorated with modern chandeliers, interiors and some embellishing artworks. The dim, amorous and cosy lighting and atmosphere of the dining makes it ideal to visit for a romantic date with your partner. The private dining space, the minimalistic tableware, and impeccable presentation will add to your experience for sure. Pad Thai Noodles, Thai Green Curry, Pork and Prawn are some of the crowd-pleasers but don't forget to enjoy your entire date with some drinks and Thai salads for sides.

₹3,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Neung Roi

2. Kiyan

Are you looking for a place to enjoy your favourite Thai food sitting next to a pool? Kiyan is a luxury dining with an al-fresco setting. The comfortable and intimate decor of the restaurant creates a perfect vibe and ambience to the whole visit at Kiyan. Sitting under the moonlight, a pool by your side, your partner in front of you, and delicious Thai rice, Pad Thai, and Pomelo Salad complemented by wine on your table- sounds like a perfect dreamy date and visit that takes you to Thai town. The Wild Mushroom Soup is to die for, yum!

₹5,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Kiyan- The Roseate

3. Ziu

Located in the south of the capital city, Ziu is multi-cuisine, casual dining that serves one of the best Thai food in the city. Ziu creates a perfect space and environment for large groups visits. The availability of full-bar and smoking area makes it an ideal place for a reunion with friends. Golden and bright lighting with a beautiful wooden ceiling and food served presentably make up for an enjoyable dine-in at Ziu. Khao Tang Gai Yang, Massaman Curry, Phad Thai are some Thai lovers favourites. Make sure you end your dinner at a sweet note with Tender Coconut Ice Cream.

₹2,900 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: The Ultimate Guide To Chinese Restaurants In Delhi

Ziu

4. Thai High

A dinner date with your better half and the Qutub Minar acting as a third wheeler- sounds fun! Thai High is casual dining with a rooftop setting. With patio chair and fairy lights on the plants in the outside deck and the same old red and yellow heavy wood inside, the interior looks aged. But you go to Thai High for its consistent food and that skyline view, how many other places can offer the view of Qutub Minar whilst you dine? The dine-in at Thai High with the lavish view of the city having some Thai High Chicken, Pad Thai and Thai Green Curry that melts in your mouth sounds like a wholesome gastronomical experience.

₹2,200 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai High

5. Pa Pa Ya

Looking for a place to visit with friends and enjoy a fancy dinner? Pa Pa Ya is the one. Located at Saket with its other outlets situated all around the city. Pa Pa Ya is a dome-shaped restaurant that gives chills to your backbone with its decor only. The dome restaurant is covered with modern interiors and dim golden lighting, which will leave you awe-struck, especially in the nights. Enjoying some Traditional Thai food accompanied by some drinks could be a visit worth appreciating. Man Shu Ji, Phad Tha, and Khao Pad Kar Pao and PaPaYa Sling for drinks are their highly recommended dishes. FYI, the cocktail game is on point, and you can definitely get slouched when there.

₹2,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Pa Pa Ya

6. Moets Oh! Bao

The restaurant is covered with white, magenta and teal furniture and decor; giving some aesthetically pleasing vibes. The big windows and modern lighting build the vibe to enjoy a good lunch with friends. Located at Defence Colony, Moets Oh! Bao is known for its Baos; its name suggests it all, make sure you try their special Chicken Teriyaki Bao on your visits here. The modernly designed restaurant with a pocket-friendly menu is an ideal place to hangout for college-go-ers.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Moets Oh! Bao

7. Bo Tai

Looking for a place to experience the city's night view with some palatable food to satisfy your taste buds? Bo Tai is a casual rooftop dining located at Mehrauli, also offers full access to the bar. It's a suitable place to go with your significant other for a good celebratory dinner. The comfortable, open and luxurious dining and of course the Thai food will be worth the time and splurge at Bo Tai. Massaman Curry, Black Cod or Stir-Fried Morning Glory, Coconut Creme Brulee, or Tam Tim Grob are some of the best dishes served at Bo Tai. Leave your taste buds mesmerized with their in-house special cocktails that will surely leave you in complete awe- The Full Moon Cocktail.

₹3,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Bo Tai

8. Ego Thai

Located at New Friends Colony, Ego Thai is casual dining that serves Thai food filled with Thailand's spices and culture. Are you looking for a place to go for family dinners? Ego Thai offers super spacious, cosy, and comfy sofas that make most of the seating in the restaurant. The bright and relaxing lighting and atmosphere make up for a perfect lunch to enjoy with family. Serving Thai food for almost a decade, it’s worth the money if you want the most authentic Thai food in the city. Kway Teow, a Thai street noodle soup, Keang Phed Koong, a red curry made with coconut milk; and Pla Lard Phrik, a deep-fried fish dish are highly recommended; don't forget to try them out on your visit to Ego Thai.

₹1,700 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Read Also: Delhi Govt. Wants Small Guestlists And Limited Food For Weddings!

Ego Thai

9. Jom Jom Malay

A colourful, quirky place to enjoy a good dine-in with friends. Jom Jom Malay is casual dining located at Saket, South Delhi. The open, wooden interiors with a blue rickshaw standing in the middle of the restaurant will help you end up with lots of good pictures. The whole experience at the restaurant is going to be as colourful and enjoyable as Thai cuisine. You are sure going to love Chicken Rendang, Prawn Satay and Lamb Rendang; they are highly recommended by foodies. Don’t forget to try Banoffee Pie, it’ll leave your taste palettes mesmerized!

₹1,800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jom Jom Malay

10. You Mee

A pan-Asian Indian restaurant that serves lip-smacking delicacies on a platter. The white and bright decorations of the restaurant with Anime painted walls make it a good-to-go place for students. Located at Greater Kailash, You Mee is an ideal spot to enjoy some delicious Thai food at lunch hours. Chili Basil Tofu Bao, Thai Green Curry for main-course and sticky rice or sides would be enough to make your entire Thai experience exciting and tasty that you'll keep returning here with your friends.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

You Mee

11. Thai Pavillion

Fine dining located at the Taj City Centre, Gurgaon. Thai Pavilion is dining with a luxurious setting; where a lot of thought has been put in decorations- everything in the dine-in is red, black and golden- the seating, the decor, the poles, the lamps etc. which adds a themed factor to the entire experience at the restaurants. The comfy huge sofa seating and the environment of the restaurant make it the best place to go for family lunches. The beautifully placed food on the plates will make you dive into as soon as it reaches your table- Pad Thai, Crispy Lamb, Thai Green Curry are a few crowd's favourites; you must try.

₹4,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Thai Pavillion

12. Tsui Wong

Tsui Wong at Patel Nagar is casual dining serving Thai and Chinese since 1977. From the outside, it can easily be missed, keep an eye out for a red LED board. A restaurant where everything is red and white just like red Thai curry and rice, basically the interior is quite old along and aged, but good dependable Thai food is what you go to Tsui Wong for. If, you are a soup person; the trying Tom Kha at Tsui Wong might not prove you wrong. Ginger Chicken and Stew rice are Chef specials that you would not want to miss trying.

₹800 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

13. Mamagoto

Mamagoto, located in South Delhi, is a fusion of pan-Asian cafe and casual dining. The dining is inspired and themed after Manga art, which is basically comics art or graphic novels originating from Japan, bringing the quirkiness to the interiors. Wooden flooring, colourful walls gives a cosy and warm vibe and lighting in the restaurant. With full-bar services and a rooftop ambience, Mamagoto is a suitable place to go and enjoy dine-in with friends. Tofu with Pickled Chili, Crispy Rice are a few signature dishes and the crowd's favourites. Try Caramel Sponge Cake and Cucumber Mocktail for the desserts and drinks respectively.

₹1,500 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol | Open In Google Maps

Mamagoto

14. Asian Haus

Want to enjoy the flavours of Thai in the comfort of your house? Well, an order from Asian Haus could prove to be the right decision. Asian Haus serves not only the best Thai but every Asian cuisine (both veg. and non-veg.) The quality, balance of flavours and fast services of the Haus are so on-point that you’ll see yourself placing orders at Asian Haus for every Thai food craving. Asian Haus is famously known for its Thai Currys and Baos- make sure you try Thai Red Curry and Thai Chilli Basil Fish out! The well-informed menu with special mentions like The Haus Recommendations and Healthy Recommendations will help you decide better.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Asian Haus

As the popularity of Thailand, its culture, traditional food and flavours is increasing, the demand to visit Thai restaurants in the capital city is also increasing. It's highly recommended to book your seats at the restaurant prior to your visits. It will help you save a lot of time!

Happy Dine-in!

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