Ten Best Thai Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
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6. Aah Loi
Aah Loi is Thai for delicious. And this Jupiter spot lives up to its name. Renowned chefs Roy Villacrusis and Charlie Soo of Talay Thai have created a menu of Thai and Japanese delights. Curries are brimming with spicy and savory notes. Panang and green curries are chock full of coconut. And the pad drunken (a rarity in these parts) is probably the best version that can be found. All right, so the menu isn't completely Thai. But it's options one of the best, hands down.
One of the oldest Thai restaurants in Broward, this Gateway spot has remained a fixture among locals for more than 20 years. Owner Susie Komolsane and her son, Eddie Watana are all about keeping the customers happy; they are frequently seen greeting each table with a smile. If the familial vibe is enough to get you in the door, the food will seal the deal. The portions are heaping, bursting with spice, and inexpensive. Huge plates of pad woon sen are just $12.95. Deep bowls of massaman curry start at the same price. Between the friendly service and the price-tag, this place knows how to stick around.
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