Thai

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Here are some of our favorite Thai restaurants, on- and off-the-Strip.

Night + Market

Chef Kris Yenbamroong's Night + Market offers the rare opportunity to enjoy Thai cuisine in a major Las Vegas casino; in this case, Virgin Hotels east of the Strip. The chef puts a few SoCal touche...

Le Thai

Le Thai was truly a game-changer for downtown Las Vegas, says Esther’s Kitchen chef/owner James Trees. “Le Thai is not only great, but it was the first restaurant to make an impact on Fremont East...

Lemongrass

The most sumptuous of Las Vegas’ Thai restaurants, Lemongrass bills its fare as “a modern interpretation of Thai cuisine." Yet it gives plenty of attention to the classics, in an atmosphere designe...

Lotus of Siam (Multiple Locations)

Lotus of Siam, which earned heaps of plaudits for its locations in Las Vegas’ tourism corridor over the past couple of decades, brings the love to the ‘burbs with this stunning offshoot at Red Rock...

Lamaii

“Locals rejoiced when owner Bank Atcharawan -- formerly of Lotus of Siam and Chada -- jumped back into the restaurant game,” says Neon Feast contributor and Allied Global Marketing senior vice pres...

Weera Thai (Multiple Locations)

Melinda Sheckells, writer/editor for Offthestrip.com, was introduced to Weera by a vegetarian friend, and likes that it offers lots of options for just about anyone. “In the vast Las Vegas world o...

Lemongrass & Lime (Multiple Location)

Lemongrass & Lime, which proclaims itself “a Thai bistro,” has a location in Summerlin. But it’s the original location, in a Centennial Hills neighborhood that has a somewhat thin selection of seri...

Penn’s Thai House

No less an authority than prominent multinational restaurateur Elizabeth Blau recommended Penn’s Thai House as a favorite spot for Thai cuisine. (She likes the crab curry and sticky rice with mango...

Nittaya's Secret Kitchen

“The intimate atmosphere makes Nittaya's the perfect choice for a date night,” says Sean McAllister, co-host of the Vegas Revealed podcast and partner in Insightful Media. “But really, this is a gr...

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