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Oodles of Noodles: Top 5 Thai Noodle Dishes in Seattle

July 06, 2020
IN Thai Cuisine

In Thailand, food is important! They believe that food is meant to be eaten together in celebration and a reason to be happy. 

Doesn’t food make everyone happy, especially when it involves noodles?! 

If you love Thai food, you came to the right place. Keep reading to learn some of the best Thai noodle dishes to try next time you eat out. 

The Best Thai Noodle Dishes

When dining at a Thai restaurant in Seattle, you may be tempted to go with the standard Pad Thai, but there are a lot of other great Thai noodle dishes you should try. Let’s take a look at the top 5. 

1. Radh Nah

This dish is made with wide rice noodles. They are stir-fried with broccoli and Chinese broccoli in a brown soybean gravy. 

It has a mild flavor and is the most-ordered dish in Thailand. 

2. Phad Kee Mao

The literal translation of phad kee mao is drunken noodles. There are two reasons for the name. They believe these spicy noodles are the perfect cure for a hangover. On the other hand, this dish pairs well with an ice-cold beer. 

Wide rice noodles are stir-fried in a roasted chili sauce and tossed with egg, sweet Thai basil, tomatoes, broccoli, bell peppers, and onions. 

It is quite spicy, so order it with less spice if you have an aversion. 

3. Phad See Iew 

Wide rice noodles are the base of this dish as well, but it’s made with both soy sauce and oyster sauce. 

Phad See Iew means noodles fried in soy sauce

Pork, chicken and/or egg are added with Chinese and regular broccoli to finish off the meal. 

4. Phad Woon Sen

If you are not a big fan of the wide rice noodles, this traditional Thai noodle dish starts with silky glass noodles that were soaked prior to adding them to the pan for stir-frying. 

Cabbage, carrots, baby corn, spinach, tomato, bell peppers, and garlic sauce round out the ingredients. 

The recommended garnish of sliced chili peppers and cilantro kick this dish up a notch. 

5. Ba Mee Hang

Ba Mee means noodles and hang means dry or without stock. 

The secret to this dish is the pork and garlic mixture. These egg noodles without the broth are cooked with garlic sauce, ground peanuts, bean sprouts, spinach, and topped with cilantro and green onions. Mix well and enjoy!!

Best Thai Food in Seattle

Whether you’re looking for Thai food in Bellevue, Thai food in Redmond, Thai food in Sammamish, or Thai food in downtown Seattle, we have you covered! 

Check out some of the best Thai noodle dishes and more at Thai Ginger. We pride ourselves on using the freshest ingredients to serve up the most authentic Thai food. Check out our locations and order take-out or delivery online today!

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