Whether you live in or are heading to Maryland, stopping at a local Thai restaurants should be at the top of the list. From That Street in Baltimore to Sumittra in Frederick, get ready to be wowed and delighted with these 10 best Thai restaurants in Maryland.
Enjoy authentic Thai food in the heart of Silver Spring. They pride themselves on never using MSG in their meals and will adjust the spices of each dish to your preferences. Some Chef’s Specials include Soft Shell Crab, Siam Beef, and Massaman Chicken Curry.
It’s Thai with a twist at Mayuree, Baltimore’s newest critically acclaimed Thai Tavern. They pride themselves on having over three generations of traditional Thai recipes handed down and served up fresh for you.
The chef and owner, Kesorn Imsin, has tweaked their family’s recipes over multiple generations. This authentic Thai street food combines regional specialties from Phetchabun (Imsin’s hometown).
Daily lunch specials Monday through Friday will fill you up without emptying your wallet. There's plenty to choose from, from veggie curry puffs to Chicken Tom Yum Soup. Their meals are reasonably priced and the servings are generous.
Thai and Vietnamese dishes combine for this delicious experience that’s open for lunch or dinner. They’re generous with their servings and the food is always hot and fresh.
Thai Heaven offers a casual dining experience to enjoy delicious Thai comfort food, including soup, seafood, salad, fish, dessert, curry, and more. From Pad Thai Shrimp to Softshell Crab, there’s something for everyone.
Featuring a wide range of vegetarian and meat dishes, each item signifiies its heat level so you can order to your preferences. Some popular dishes esteemed by locals include Green Curry, Spring Rolls, Drunken Noodles, and Pad Thai.
This kid-friendly Thai restaurant has earned impressive online ratings from locals. Some of the chef specials include Pineapple Prawn Curry, Shrimp in Curry Powder, and Coconut Shrimp with Red Curry.
Located in downtown Frederick, come experience fresh and fine ingredients at Sumittra. The restaurant prides itself on bringing the dining traditions of their friends and family to you.
Founded in 2004, Thai Aroma serves up classic dishes such as the Chili Stir-Fry, Ginger Stir-Fry, and Pad Prik Khing, as well as curries, stir-fries, Thai rice, and noodle dishes. They’re open seven days a week and offer online ordering for your convenience.