Pad Thai in Calgary

Pad Thai is often the first dish diners try when introduced to Thai food. A common street food in Thailand, it’s typically made of stir-fried rice noodles and veggies with seafood or chicken. And a Thai restaurant can be judged by the quality of this dish. These Calgary eateries have perfected it.

Thai Place Restaurant

2055 16 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2M 0M3

Near Motel Village in Northwest Calgary, Juree’s Thai Place is housed in a former Burger King restaurant. However, this is no fast-food joint. The restaurant serves authentic Thai food with a particularly delicious pad thai on its menu.

Thai Sa-On Restaurant

351 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0A5

Thai Sa On has traditional Thai ambiance, authentic food and great service, and yes, the place serves a mean pad Thai.

Khao San Thai Kitchen

1314 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 0C3

Khao San in Thai means milled rice. Rice is an integral part of Thai cuisine and Khao San — the name means “milled rice” in Thai — serves authentic contemporary Thai cuisine including pad thai.

White Elephant The

B-1808 19 St NE, Calgary, AB T2E 4Y3

The White Elephant is located in The Pointe Inn, a hotel in Northeast Calgary. While the location is a bit inconspicuous, but once you find it — and its deeply delicious pad Thai — you’ll be glad that you did.

Thai Bistro

102-233 Centre St SW, Calgary, AB T2G 2B7

Open until midnight on Friday and Saturday evenings, Thai Bistro is great for a late-night pad Thai fix. Bring your own wine for a moderate corkage fee. Pad Thai and a glass of your favourite wine… perfect!

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