The Best Thai Food in Nashville, TN

Known for its flavorful and spicy dishes, Thai food is a favorite of many. Locals and visitors in Nashville find that these are the top Thai places in the city.

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The Best Thai Food in Nashville, TN

Posted by Gary Ashton RE/MAX Advantage on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11:41am.

The Best Thai Restaurants in Nashville, TN

Anyone who needs to liven up their day may stop for Thai food during their lunch hour, while those who love to enjoy a spicy meal that is filled with flavor from across the globe may prefer to grab an authentic Thai dish for dinner with friends. It seems there's always a good occasion to grab Thai food in Nashville, where there is no shortage of excellent restaurants featuring traditional and contemporary Thai meals.

These are the best Thai restaurants in Nashville TN:

International Market and Restaurant

International Market and Restaurant is a Thai restaurant that offers both dine-in and takeout for its customers. A popular place among the students who are studying in Nashville, this restaurant has long been considered one of the best places to get Thai food in the city. It has earned a reputation for providing meals that include fresh, high-quality ingredients and in creating a menu that offers a modern interpretation of many favorite Thai dishes. Online ordering is available at this restaurant for those who are interested.

Thai Esane

Those who are searching for Thai food amid a fine dining atmosphere can look no further than Thai Esane. This restaurant is a family-owned Nashville establishment that not only boasts authentic Thai meals on its menu but also features many special family recipes that can't be found anywhere else. The restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday, but it is closed on Sundays. Reservations are not accepted, so diners are encouraged to arrive early to get a table on busy nights. I love this place!!!

This dining establishment is conveniently located just a fourth of a mile away from the Gulch. While this Thai establishment is not technically in the Gulch, it is still considered a part of Gulch because it is within walking distance of it.

There is, however, plenty of parking space around this dining establishment which is not like some of the other establishments in the downtown area. When you walk inside this establishment you will notice it has a very upscale environment. The decor of the restaurant is warm and inviting. Some say it is so captivating it puts you in a bit of a trance.

If you like Thai food, or if you are someone who has never had it before, this establishment should be on your list of places to try.

Thai Phooket Restaurant

Nearly 200 people every day flock to Thai Phooket Restaurant, which has been a favorite among locals in Nashville since it reopened under new ownership in 2009. The restaurant describes its menu as both authentic and elegant, and diners can rest assured that they will enjoy a fresh, flavorful meal whenever they stop in. Thai Phooket Restaurant is open every day for both lunch and dinner, and it accepts reservations in advance.

Ginger Thai Restaurant and Bistro

For nearly 30 years, the owners of Ginger Thai Restaurant and Bistro simply served up street food at a nearby Asian market. In 2010, they decided to embark on a new adventure and opened up their Thai restaurant. They describe their restaurant as a place where people can enjoy home-style Thai food and have become known for their generous portions as well as their homemade sauces. The restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner every day of the week, with longer hours on the weekends.

The Smiling Elephant

Those who are looking for a simplistic yet intimate experience at a local Thai restaurant will love The Smiling Elephant. Featuring a quaint dining room, this restaurant is open for walk-in dining as well as takeout orders. Its owners take pride in the fact that the meals are made with fresh, healthy ingredients. Light oil is used for cooking, and no MSG is used in the meals that are created there. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Friday and for dinner on Saturday. It is closed on Sunday and Monday.

From fusion to classic dishes, there's a Thai meal for every taste and preference in Nashville. This town is quickly earning a reputation of being a haven for foodies, and those who love Thai food will find that there's more than enough places to try. To learn more about the newest and best eateries in the city, contact an experienced real estate agent today.

 

Gary Ashton

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