Leave it to me to go on a Thai food quest within our first few weeks of living in Las Vegas.
First, we tried the well-known Lotus of Siam. Located in a totally unglamorous strip mall north of the Strip, this restaurant offers great Thai food in a casual environment. I’ll admit I was a little skeptical when we pulled into the parking lot and saw that it was located next to an abandoned wig shop. However, I knew we would be in for a good meal when we saw a full dining room. The prices are very reasonable, and we loved that this is the kind of place we can take our four-year-old daughter. Call ahead to make a reservation for dinner or be prepared to wait for a table. They also offer carry-out.
Our other Thai food adventure came in the form of carry-out from Archi’s Thai Cafe, located on Sahara Ave. west of downtown. The food was outstanding! I ordered the red curry with tofu, and I’ve been daydreaming about having it again all week.
Both options are kid-friendly, but do not offer a kids menu, which is actually a selling point in my book. If we’re going to go to a Thai restaurant, I want my daughter to eat Thai food, not chicken fingers or some other typical kids item.
Lotus of Siam is located at:
953 E Sahara Ave,
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Archi’s Thai Cafe is located at:
9350 W. Sahara Road
Las Vegas, NV 89117
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Note: All opinions are my own, and I did not receive any complimentary items or discounts.