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Skip the long flight to Bangkok and enjoy these authentic bites.

Montreal may not be known for its Thai food, but you can still find authentic and delicious Thai bites in the city. Several excellent Thai restaurants in Montreal are worth checking out. Whether you are a fan of classic dishes like Pad Thai and Red Curry or looking for something more adventurous, these restaurants will make you feel like you are in Koh Samui. From the warm and inviting atmosphere of Brasserie Thaïe Pamika to the affordable and efficient noodle dishes at Mae Sri and the simple and authentic street food at Thammada, Montreal’s Thai food scene has much to offer. So why not skip the long flight to Bangkok and indulge in some fantastic Thai cuisine in Montreal? will help you create your epic night by booking you a table at one of Montreal’s amazing Thai restaurants, and they will even hook you up with one of Montreal’s nightclubs or bars after your meal if you want to have a drink or two. Not only that but if you are coming from out of town, will also take care of your hotel needs in ideal areas of the city and your travel accommodations at the best rates. will take care of all your needs, and all you have to do is call or text them now at 438-995-6496.

Pamika Brasserie Thai

Brasserie Thaïe Pamika has been delighting Montrealers with its authentic and accessible Thai cuisine since 2013. Founded by Pamika Sukla, who moved to Montreal from Bangkok, the restaurant is now owned by Pascal Gonsales. Pamika’s dishes are inspired by Thai street food, but the restaurant’s formula is different – dishes are meant to be shared and enjoyed in groups or on intimate evenings. For starters, there are a variety of salads, including the famous papaya salad, as well as appetizers like rolls and pork tenderloin gyozas.

One of the menu’s highlights is the Tom Kha Kai soup, a comforting and flavorful blend of coconut milk and lemongrass. In addition to classic Thai curries like yellow curry, the menu also features dishes like Pad Thai, spicy basil stir-fry, and crispy pork belly. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan options, including tofu Pad Thai and green vegetable curry. During the summer months, the restaurant serves a delicious Thai BBQ on its terrace, offering a unique dining experience. The restaurant also offers delicious Thai-inspired cocktails and Asian beers. The decor is warm and inviting, with subdued lighting and a cozy atmosphere. With its friendly service and delightful cuisine, Brasserie Thaïe Pamika is a must-visit for lovers of Thai food in Montreal.

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Mae Sri

Mae Sri, located in the heart of the McGill Ghetto, is a new Thai restaurant specializing in affordable and efficient noodle dishes. Co-owned by Pamika Sukla, Pascal Gonsales, and Paul Soriano, the restaurant pays homage to Pamika’s mother’s restaurant in the Isan region of Thailand. The menu is primarily focused on noodles, with the restaurant specializing in Kuai Tiao, a popular Thai street food dish. This dish can be enjoyed as a soup or without broth and served with various proteins, such as chicken, beef, or tofu. In addition to Kuai Tiao, Mae Sri offers noodle dishes such as Pad Thai, Pad See Ew, and Tom Yum Noodle Soup.

Mae Sri’s menu also includes a variety of appetizers, such as spring rolls, dumplings, grilled meat skewers, and a selection of desserts, including mango sticky rice and Thai iced tea ice cream. Mae Sri also offers classics such as Green Curry, Red Curry, and Massaman Curry, which can be made with chicken, beef, or tofu. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available, including a vegetarian version of Pad Thai and a gluten-free version of Green Curry.

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Thammada is a Thai restaurant on Bernard Avenue in Outremont, offering simple and authentic Thai street food. Chef-owner Chitakone Phommavongxay, who started his culinary career at Thai Express, wanted to bring the flavors of Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Phuket to Montreal. The name Thammada means “ordinary” in Thai, reflecting the simplicity and authenticity of the dishes served. Thammada’s menu features a range of traditional Thai dishes, focusing on street food classics. Along with the popular Pad Thai and Red Curry, the restaurant also serves a variety of other mouth-watering dishes, such as the Khao as mentioned earlier Soi, a rich and hearty noodle soup from Northern Thailand, and Gai Tod Hat Yai, a crispy fried chicken dish served with sticky rice and sweet chili sauce.

If you are looking for some heat via spice, Thammada’s Papaya Salad (Som Tum) is a must-try. This refreshing salad is made with shredded green papaya, cherry tomatoes, green beans, peanuts, and dried shrimp, all tossed in a spicy and tangy dressing made with lime juice, fish sauce, and chili peppers. Thammada also offers a selection of desserts to round out the meal. The Mango Sticky Rice, a classic Thai dessert made with sweet, sticky rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk, stands out. The restaurant offers an intimate space decorated with posters and signs from Thailand and a small terrace at the entrance. The drinks menu includes a few house cocktails, a wine list, and a selection of beers, including Singha, the most popular beer in Thailand.

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