People in Mumbai have a great love for Thai food and this is rightly evident from the large number of Thai restaurants and hotels here. There are number of herbs and spices are having healing elements used Thai food. If you need tasty and healthy, then you have to consider taking Thai food. Thai food includes fresh vegetables, and fruits and nuts which are very important for every human body. In Mumbai, there are a large number of people who love Thai food. Thai food comprises with some soups and salads which are made from fresh vegetables and fruits.
It is the finest Thai speciality restaurant. It’s handsome, very wooden and has a very modern ambience. Harmony, complexity and authenticity mark Chef Ananda Solomon’s brilliantly rendered dishes from the royal palaces of the king’s kingdom.
Wooden-floored, contemporary and pleasant Busaba continues to hold its own. Affordable and approachable, both Busabas have an exuberance and earnestness that has given it, its well-deserved popularity. The best of Asian flavours from Burma, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam can be relished at Colaba restaurant, Busaba.
Dimly lit and alive with loungey music is the last thing you’d expect in a traditional Thai restaurant, but it works here. Using the finest of ingredients, Chef Kittichai creates masterpieces of flavour and texture, using the unusual Cocoa Powder, Plum Sauce, Liquorice and more.
A tranquil oasis awaits on the traffic-choked dusty Andheri-Kurla Road in the form of the pan-Asian Red Zen. Part of the international Courtyard by Marriott chain, Red Zen takes its name very seriously – the large restaurant is infused with red light and food is served in red clay plates.
Beige sofas and a cosy ambience with Thai fare tuned in to suit the Indian palate. Succulent Chicken Satay, fragrant Tom Yum Soup, and tangy Papaya Salad here. Do try the creamy, coconutty Green Curry. Well loved and justifiably so. Thai Spicy Rice with Basil, Pad Thai Noodles and Plara Prik Fish are all popular with the regulars.
Creatively paired Wasabi King Prawns with Fruits make for a great appetizer, as do the Veg California Rolls with Cheese, the Deluxe Seafood Soup and Black Mushroom Soup. Do try the unerringly steamed Chillean Seabass sparkled with garlic.
Walk in to find orchids on every white, crisp table-clothed table. The restaurant is popular for its good choice of seafood and veggie options, an extensive choice world wines and a well-stocked bar. Chef Chan Lapkan (from Thailand) charms her guests with authentic, creamy and coconutty Thai curries at Dadar’s Tamnak Thai.
The brightly lit,moderately priced, stand-alone casual restaurant chain has now become China Town by Noodle Bar. Noodle Bar is a Chinese Restaurant best known for Chinese food.
China Gate is a Chinese Restaurant best known for Chinese food. Swiftly served, generously spiced and deep-fried is the mantra at this huge success story which started in Bandra.
5 Spice is a Chinese Restaurant best known for Chinese food. Another new location, in Malad, proves that Mumbaikars love robust and chatpata Indo-Chinese fare. There are special sections for vegetarians at these pleasant, large and bright restaurants with Chinese paintings and table-bench furniture.