Top Thai restaurants in Montreal

Montreal has plenty of Thai restaurants awaiting your discovery. Take the opportunity to expand your knowledge of Asian cuisine by trying any of the authentic Thai restaurants below. You’ll find that Thai food is so much more than pad Thai, although an authentic pad Thai is hard to beat ;) [image credit: iStock]


4088-4094 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M5

Chu Chai offers vegan Thai food in the Plateau. Their duck salad with hot chili and mint leaves taste like duck, but it’s all faux meat! If faux-meat isn’t for you, you can opt for their vegetable or tofu-rich dishes. Their neua sam rod “beef” is similar to General Tso chicken, and their panang neua “beef” is saucy and so full of herbs and flavours you’ll think you’re actually eating meat. Chu Chai is the perfect spot to bring that vegan friend without sacrificing taste!

Restaurant Phayathai

107, av Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2T 2N6

Established in 1992, Phayathai has multiple locations in Montreal, guaranteeing authentic Thai cuisine. They boast that their chefs were taught by their aunts and mothers for generations. Phayathai offers appetizers such as Thai beef jerky, and Thai pork sausage with lemongrass – different from the usual dumplings and spring rolls found in Asian cuisine. They even have a vegetarian menu for those so inclined, with plenty of tofu or vegetable-filled dishes!

Coba Restaurant

1124 Ave Laurier W, Outremont, QC H2V 2L4

Don’t let the name of this resto fool you. Coba Sushi is not all about sushi. Located on the fabulous Laurier street in Outremont, they fuse Thai, Vietnamese and Japanese cuisines in an upscale setting. This is not the spot for cheap eats – this is a night out! Their stir fry Thai chicken or shrimp is delicious, as is their traditional pad Thai with chicken and shrimp. Coba also offers delivery and takeout, but make sure that you order their delectable sushi along with your Thai dish!

Restaurant Thailande

88, rue Bernard O, Montréal, QC H2T 2J8

Restaurant Thailande offers Thai gastronomy in a unique setting, where you can sit at a standard table or in their Thai salon, meaning cushioned floor seating. House specialties include pad phed talay, seafood sautéed with coconut milk and basil leaves served on a sizzling hot plate, and ped yang, a boneless roasted duck sautéed with spinach in soy sauce and ginger. Restaurant Thailande in Outremont has been open since the 1980s!

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