Top Thai Restaurants in the Boston Area

Top Thai Restaurants in the Boston Area

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For the best Thai food in your area, try one of our picks for the 2014 top Thai restaurants in Boston.

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    Try the Crying Tiger grilled rib-eye steak with cherry tomatoes and asparagus topped with house-made chili sauce.
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    While the extensive menu covers the basics, it also offers a range of lesser-known regional delicacies, such as the “famous appetizer” of curry puffs filled with carrots, onion, corn and a potato mixture combined with curry powder.
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    There are Sino-ized dishes like the rich pork braise that is muu paloo, and the iconic appetizer called miang kum---delicate spinach leaves topped with nubbins of kaffir lime leaf, pork cracklings, peanuts, garlic and shallots.
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    Such simplicity generally ensures solid execution, too. Don’t miss the signature hot stone bibim bab, a hot pot combo of vegetables and marinated beef or chicken with a side of seaweed salad.
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    There is a good selection of vegetarian dishes, too. Upon request, flavors are amplified in the same fashion as one would find on a street in Bangkok. Finish your meal with baked taro custard or durian ice cream.
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    Don’t miss the jungle curry in a fire pot---basil leaves, bamboo shoots, baby corn, eggplant, string beans, bell peppers and rhizome simmered in a broth with your choice of meat.
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    We like the pu pad pong garee --- a stir-fried soft shell crab dish with shrimp and curry powder --- as well as the tom khar gai, the ubiquitous chicken-and-coconut milk soup, balanced with lime juice, galangal, chilies and mushrooms.
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    The dessert menu is varied, with selections such as sweet taro custard; coconut, ginger or green tea ice cream; and a fried banana. We can’t get enough of the deep-fried ice cream topped with honey syrup and sesame seeds.
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    “Noodles seaworld” is filled with stir-fried noodles tossed with shrimp, scallops, calamari, shiitake mushrooms and vegetables. House specialties include lemon grass chicken, wild boar basil and Bangkok duck.
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    We like the “meal in a bowl” selections, especially the soy sauce duck soup filled with tender slices of boneless duck peppered with bean sprouts, scallions and cilantro.
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