If you’re looking for where to eat Thai food in Delray Beach, then look no further than Eathai. They serve traditional Thai cuisine but with a modern flare!
From the outside Eathai might not look like much, but it will surprise you. Located a few minutes from Delray Beach’s downtown area, Eathai is easy to find and has plenty of parking (unlike restaurants located on downtown’s main strip). Inside, the decor is cool and casual.
We got there during Happy Hour so I treated myself to a glass of wine while I looked over their menu.
The staff was really helpful in suggesting their favorite dishes and even helped with a special request. We asked if they had nam tok, a kind of meat salad. They didn’t have it on the menu, but our waiter was able to have it made for us!
We also had fried enoki mushrooms stuffed with chicken and served with peanut chili sweet sauce, slow cooked chicken breast with massaman curry sauce and pan seared pineapples and red potatoes, and my all time favorite… chicken pad thai with rice noodles, egg, peanuts, scallions, bean sprouts, and tamarind sauce!
If you’ve read some of my other posts, you’ll know I’ve been obsessed with pad thai since my trip to Thailand (I even took a Thai cooking class). I thought the pad thai at Eathai was great, as well as all of the other dishes. Apparently they make pretty good ice cream there as well, but we were way too stuffed to even consider any dessert.
So if you’re exploring Delray Beach, Florida and get a craving for Thai food make sure to stop by Eathai. The ambiance is fun, the service is friendly, and the food is delicious!
1832 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483
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