7 Must-Try Thai Restaurants Across Canada

Rise and Thai with delicious Thailand inspired offerings from coast to coast.

We’ve rounded up some flavourful picks for you to enjoy this National Thai Food Day and beyond!

Maenam (Vancouver, BC)

Helmed by Chef Angus An, Maenam’s cuisine is described as traditional Thai dishes with contemporary twists.

Bite into their Thai Cupcakes with BC Side Stripe Prawns, made with grated coconut, peanut, young ginger, shallot, bird’s eye chilli & lime.

Address: 1938 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC. @maenamrestaurant


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Tuk Tuk Thai (Calgary, AB)

A ‘fast and flavourful’ version of Calgary’s Thai Sa-on, Tuk Tuk Thai is your authentic Thai to-go.

Their most popular dish? (Hint: It’s not Pad Thai!). It’s their Cashew Chicken, complete with crispy chicken bites, green beans, carrots, green & sweet onion, sweet & sour chilli sauce and cashews. A tofu equivalent is also available!

Address: For a location nearest you, click here@eattuktukthai


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Keo’s Kitchen (Saskatoon, SK)

‘Your friendly neighbourhood restaurant,’ Keo’s is a mom-and-pop restaurant serving classic Thai fare.

The dish that makes us drool the most? Three words; Curry Noodle Bowl.

Address: 1808 Broadway Ave, Saskatoon, SK. @keoskitchen

Kyu Bochi (Winnipeg, MB)

A combination of Cambodian and Thai, Kyu Bochi makes for fantastic fusion in Winnipeg.

One of their most popular dishes is the Cambodian Chicken Panang, served with cambodian chicken, sweet and suddle panang curry and jasmine rice.

Address: 870 Logan Ave, Winnipeg, MB. @kyubochi


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Pai (Toronto, ON)

A top location for northern Thai, it’s rare to talk Thai in Toronto at all without hearing “Pai!”

Twirl a fork into their Khao Soi; fresh egg noodles in golden coconut milk curry topped with crispy noodles, coriander, green onions, and your choice of braised beef, chicken breast, shrimp, tofu & veggies or vegan. Gluten-free is available upon request.

Address: 18 Duncan St & 2335 Yonge St, Toronto, ON. @PaiToronto


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Pamika (Montreal, QC)

Thai traditions on a plate, Pamika aspires to be the heart of Montreal’s best flavour experience.

Pop in for their Papaya Tum Thaï, complete with green papaya, dried shrimp, carrots, fresh peppers, long beans and peanuts.

Address: 901 Sherbrooke E, Montreal, QC. @pamikamtl

Kajohn Thai Restaurant (Halifax, NS)

With its dishes inspired by Chef Golf’s Bangkok upbringing, Kajohn Thai’s cuisine is made from hand-picked ingredients and careful crafting.

Bring home their Salad Rolls; lettuce, tofu, cucumber, red pepper, mango, cilantro, egg and carrot wrapped in soft rice paper and served with house tamarind sauce.

Address: 6140 Young St Unit 10, Halifax, NS. @kajohnthairestaurant