Noi Thai Cuisine is the fanciest Thai place in Seattle. You’ll feel like you’re in some kind of royal palace with columns, geometric archways, and golden accents everywhere. Not only that, but they serve their spring rolls inside a wine glass, their satay on a slate board, and their fried rice in a hollowed-out pineapple.
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The Pink Door
The Pink Door is part circus burlesque, part Italian restaurant, and is one of the best dining experiences you can have in Seattle.
Aqua is a Downtown waterfront seafood restaurant that’s perfect for impressing people who need to be impressed.
Elliott’s Oyster House
There’s no doubt that Elliot’s Oyster House is fratty, but the excellent patio and quality seafood means it’s still a good place to hang downtown.
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Soi is an Isan Thai restaurant in Capitol Hill with excellent food and interesting cocktails.
Pestle Rock is a casual Thai spot in Ballard serving stuff you won’t find anywhere else in town. Come when you want something other than pad Thai.
Bai Tong Thai Restaurant
Bai Tong in Redmond is our favorite place for Thai classics on the Eastside.
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Djan’s Modern Thai
Djan’s is a Wallingford Thai restaurant in a retrofitted bi-level house with great noodles and solid group dinner potential.
Kau Kau Barbeque Market
KauKau BBQ Market is not the prettiest Chinese restaurant, but it’s definitely one of the best in the International District.
Tamarind Tree isn’t one of those hip fusion spots - it’s just really good Vietnamese food. Come for a low-key meal, and sit on the patio if it’s nice.
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