Thai food is the best cuisine for fresh ingredients and healthy food.
If you’re looking for the best Thai food in Seattle, you’ll find it at Thai Ginger. There’s no style of food that better satisfies the palate while giving you all you need to maintain a healthy diet. Those that haven’t had much Thai food before may wonder which dishes to try out.
In this post, we’re going to go over some of the more pleasing Thai food. If you want authentic Thai ingredients in a tasty package, then keep reading and you’ll know just what to order from the best Thai restaurant in Seattle.
Our beef salad is a fresh, yet hearty dish that combines charbroiled beef with cucumber, red onion, tomato, cilantro, and our special spicy lime sauce. It’s the perfect dish for a summer day in Seattle, this dish goes well when paired with a Singha beer.
Thai beef salad is tangy and colorful, full of Thai spices that make it one of the more unique and satisfying dishes you’ll ever try.
Thai curries are renowned for their unique combination of ingredients and spices. Mussamun curry is actually a fusion dish that combines ingredients from Persia, India, the Malay archipelago, and Thailand.
Thai Ginger’s Mussamun curry is a mild, yet slightly sweet and satisfying dish that uses coconut milk, onion, potatoes, and fresh roasted peanuts. Served with rice and a soup starter, you’re sure to be nourished after eating this.
If stir fry is what you want, then you should order a Phad Talay, which is a seafood-heavy dish packed full of delicious ingredients. Ours combines prawns, calamari, scallops, and mussels, as well as a variety of fresh vegetables, like peppers, baby corn, shiitake mushroom, white mushroom, basil, and onion.
You can serve Phad Talay on white, brown, or Thai jasmine rice. The dish is stir fried in a delicious and spicy house-made roasted chili sauce.
No Thai dinner is complete without Tom Yum soup. This traditional hot and sour broth is simmered with mushrooms, lemongrass, lime leaves, and cilantro to give it a completely unique Thai flavor.
As the sellers of the best Thai food in Bellevue and Seattle, we recommend you start your order with our Tom Yum, which can be a meal in itself when topped with our large prawns.
Phad Prik Khing
For another fantastic vegetarian stir fry dish, there’s the Phad Prik Khing. This combines fresh green beans, shiitake mushrooms, white mushrooms, baby corn, carrot, and onion – stir-fried to perfection.
Like our Phad Talay, the Phad Prik Khing is wok fried with our house-made roasted chili sauce.
Don’t Settle for Anything Less Than the Best Thai Food In Seattle
Now that you know which dishes to try out, it’s time to book your next dinner to get the best Thai food in Seattle from Thai Ginger. As a top Thai restaurant in Seattle, we’ve been serving our community authentic, MSG-free food with authentic Thai ingredients since 1996.
Check out our online menu to order take-out and Thai catering, or visit one of our four Seattle-area locations to dine in.