Whether reliable neighborhood places like Thai Square, growing chains like Virginia’s Sisters Thai, or roving noodle pop-ups like Toh Roong, the D.C. area boasts a diverse selection of Thai establishments that show off the variety of dishes and traditions the Southeast Asian nation has to offer. While suburban neighborhoods like Falls Church and Wheaton have a particularly strong selection of top-tier Thai restaurants, D.C. proper has its own strong scene.
Dupont standard-bearer Little Serow, which switched to takeout mode during the pandemic, is offline for now. The Northwest neighborhood got a Thai cuisine boost with the recent arrival of subterranean street foods spot Sura, and Virginia’s popular Thaiverse will open in the old Darlington House soon.
Here is a local selection of standout Thai restaurants, whether you’re looking for delivery, takeout, patio service, or a dine-in meal.Read More