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Best Thai Restaurants in Las Vegas

When talking about Thai food, the first thing that pops up in most Thai food fanatics is the rich diversity of ingredients and the quality of care when preparing the meal. Thai food is delicious, healthy and quite affordable. Thai restaurants have incredibly grown in Las Vegas recalling twenty years ago were there was just a handful of them. Today, there are more than 200 Thai restaurants in the city. With an array of these places, it may be hard to select where to go for simple lunch or an exotic dinner.

Lotus of Siam is familiar to almost everyone in Las Vegas. Even with its strange location in a strip mall, the exceptional and authentic food at Lotus of Siam has amassed interest from many national media outlets such as the title of Best Thai Restaurant in the United States. This restaurant is incomparable regarding overall quality and variety. There are dozens of cuisines available, and it offers a different 'Northern Thai' menu. The wine selection is also exceptional and inexpensive not to mention the great array that pairs quite well with Thai food in Las Vegas .

Komol is another superb restaurant offering an extensive vegan and vegetarian menu. Despite its location in the run-down Commercial Center, Komol is widely noted for its authentic offering of Thai food in Las Vegas , a broad range of vegetarian and vegan selection, as well as 1950 Americana like egg foo young, all at discount prices. Specify the type of dish you prefer whether mild, medium, hot or Thai hot and the kitchen will try to adhere. You can enjoy the free delicious entrees of M.S.G which can be made with gluten, tofu or soy (chicken, duck, fish or shrimp.)

In the list is Nittaya's Secret Kitchen located on the eastern fringe of Summerlin. The restaurant is exceptional and has very tasty food. The restaurant has a limited menu to some extent as compared to other choices in this list. Their house specialty is fried spinach salad and special sauce. Crunchy breading over the spinach dipped in a blend of cashew, and gorgonzola stands are catch for the taste buds.

Panna Thai Restaurant winds up the list. This is a concealed gem which is remote except to those who reside in the south of Summerlin area of town. The food is not only great; the presentation is exquisite. The place is clean, affordable and offers excellent services.

  
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