In a run down mall about 15 minutes from the strip, this unremarkable exterior opens to reveal a kitchen serving some of the best, and most affordable, Thai food in the country. The menu is endless an
eat dinner here. best rated thai in the country
Believe the hype!
Order the Nam Kao Tod: crispy rice salad with chilis, ginger, peanuts, mint, cilantro, peanut, lime & sour sausage. It's capital punishment last meal good.
The coconut ice cream with sticky rice is a must dessert! If you are full, share it with the table.
A must! Amazing Thai food with a beautiful wine list of German Rieslings to accompany.
Make a reservation!
The world class Thai food may be the draw here, but don't miss one of the best selections of German Riesling anywhere in the country! Great when you order your food a "2" spicy and unbearable!!!
Touted as best Thai in America! This place is authentic & delicious. Get Nam Kao Tod, Crispy duck on drunken noodles, garlic prawns. Skip the traditional pad Thai stuff! Great wine list too
Best Thai food I've had outside of Thailand. Skip the buffet and get the Nam Kao Tod, Koong Sarong, and Tom Kah Kai soup. It won't disappoint.
venture off the strip for this kick ass northern Thai hole in the wall. level 5 spicy is spicy enough.
Everything here tastes like sex. Om nom nom nom nom.
Order the Panang Duck. Wonderful crispy duck in a cognac infused red cream curry
Try the Pad Thai With Steamed Tofu (via @Foodspotting)
Amazing thai dishes - try beef salad and drunken noodles with sea bass. Nomnomnom.
Garnered more national attention than any other local restaurant, thanks to her take on Isaan & Chiang Mai–style Thai dishes & a wine list stocked with German & Austrian Rieslings
best thai in the las vegas. i'm a convert!
So much better than any of the over-hyped, über-expensive restaurants on the strip. Very authentic Thai food and a killer German Riesling selection to boot. Great for lunch and dinner!
Best Vietnamese in the city, really random location but delicious and all the locals eat here.
This is by far the best thai food in the country. They mean it with the spice, so stay between 2-4, unless you can handle the heat.
Might be my favorite thai restaurant in the country. If you are in Vegas you have to go. Everything is yummy.
This place quite possibly has the best Thai food you'll find outside of Thailand. Take a cab from the strip ... your drive will know where it is.
The wine list is amazing! I love this place the staff and food are wonderful!!!
Order any of the northern style dishes, like kaeng khae soup. This is unquestionably the best Northern Thai restaurant east of Los Angeles.
Don't let the location or decor fool you; you will probably have the best Thai food of your life here. The Khao Soi is great. Watch out- Their idea of spicy may not match yours!
There is a team of beggars on bicycles who work the lot and swoop in on anyone coming out the door or getting out of a car. Do not give them money: just ignore and keep moving.
Outstanding food. Make sure you have a way back. Cabs are impossible.
Extensive wine list for a Thai Restaurant.
Try the Tom Kah Kai (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Mee Krob - The best I've has. (via @Foodspotting)
1 Make a reservation. 2 get ready for the real deal. 3 Awarded by Trip Advisor in 2012. 4 Thank me later.
One of my favorite Thai places in Vegas!!!
D-lish! And try one of the wonderful Rieslings!
A little out of the way from the strip, but worth the trip.
Level 5 is SPICY!!!
If I were allotted 3 "Love" one to my family, one to my girl and one to Lotus of Siam. The spicy tartare, the beef Rama, the panang (on anything)
The coconut ice cream is amazing!
possibly the best thai restaurant I have ever eaten at.
The chef special Crispy duck with chili mint leaves us awesome.
You have to try Charbroiled Prawns. These prawns, served either in a rich, spicy sauce, or a milder tamarind sauce, are Fantastic, I had them served at spice level 4-5 and they were Perfect!
Lotus does heat at Thai levels not American. Plan accordingly or suffer the consequences. :-)
Great Thai food! Worth the effort.
I will dream of crispy duck and Josef Leitz wine for a long time. Definitely my new foodie craving!
The food was outstanding. I will be back. Do not skip desert!
Dont go here for dinner, unless you want to wait an hour plus
You can't go wrong with the crispy duck or any of the drunken noodles.
Order the Nam Kao Tod, satay, yellow curry beef, Rad Na, Musaman Chicken Curry, garlic prawn, roasted duck curry, crispy duck with chili mint leaves, thum ka noon, coconut ice cream with sticky rice.