Visit These Amazing Thai Restaurants In Mumbai Next Time You Crave The Delectable Cuisine

The balanced and flavourful dishes of Thai cuisine will leave you wanting more every single time you have it. Read on as we bring you some of Mumbai’s top Thai restaurants for your next dining experience.

Published On Sep 19, 2023 | Updated On Mar 08, 2024


Thai cuisine is known for its wholesome flavour profile. Well-known for acing the usually difficult-to-attain balance between all the different elements, indulging in Thai food is a lip-smacking affair. It is truly justified, that this cuisine has fast become one of the most beloved cuisines all over the world. Thai cuisine has something for everyone, regardless of whether they like their food hot or prefer to steer clear of the spice or crave blended flavours.
Mumbai being one of India’s major cities has an impressive collection of Thai restaurants. These restaurants, through their food, strive to bring genuine Thai flavours to the people of Mumbai. The creamy coconut curries, the tangy salads, and the complex yet soulful soups, rice, noodles, seafood, etc. are like a foodie’s treasure trove waiting to be feasted upon. Let's jump right in, shall we?

Here are some of the best Thai restaurants in Mumbai

Thai Pavilion, with its elegant ambience and food sure to make you go gaga, has managed to amass a considerable loyal following ever since it opened doors to Mumbaikars. With mastering the balance essential in Thai food, the restaurant offers food that will transport you to the Thai lands with its divine taste. The restaurant also has an array of refreshing drinks that pair extremely well with the food and elevate the complete experience.
What to try: Pad Thai, jasmine rice, Thai fish cakes, southern Thai curry, flat rice noodles, etc.
Location: 90, President, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai
Timings: 12.30 pm – 2:45 pm and 7 pm – 10:30 pm
Cost for two: Rs 5,000 (approx.)

Kuai Kitchen is a hot favourite of people who crave Asian, especially Thai food. The restaurant, across all its outlets, manages to ensure top quality consistently. Playing with the vibrant colours of the food of Thai cuisine, this restaurant is a must-visit for a cheery dining experience.
What to try: Thai green curry, tom yum soup, pad Thai noodles, etc.
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 11:30 pm – 3:30 pm and 7 pm – 11:30 pm
Cost for two: Rs 1,800 (approx.)

Nara Thai has been making waves with its bold flavours, exciting fusions and high quality in everything they serve, be it food or drinks. Nara Thai offers refreshing versions of the traditional recipes, celebrating them in their entirety. It is their warm approach to Thai food that has people wanting to return for more.
What to try: Thai ramen bowls, butterfly pea flower rice, spicy rice noodles, prawns in tom yum sauce, etc. 
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 12 pm – 4 pm and 7 pm – 1:30 am
Cost for two: Rs 3,000 (approx.)

Run by a Thai owner, Seefah is one Thai restaurant that will make you fall in love with its food, which is so authentic that almost everyone who eats here fails to believe that this authentic gem exists in Mumbai. The flavours of the food here are such that they have chefs from other restaurants lining up here whenever they get in the mood for authentic Thai food. Seefah has a lovely, intimate vibe that, when coupled with the delicious food and drinks, is quite unbeatable. This restaurant is a must-try for one of the best Thai meals you will ever have.
What to try: Thai-style Sukiyaki, mango sticky rice, phad kee mow, Thai vegetarian spring rolls, etc.
Location: 301, 3rd Floor, Khan House, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Timings: 12 pm – 3:30 pm and 7 pm – 12 am
Cost for two: Rs 2,000 (approx.)

Facing East is a restaurant that has become the definition of quality food in Mumbai. Serving some of the most mouth-watering food, the flavours here will convert you into a regular diner before you even realise it. The restaurant is always an excellent choice for when you want to enjoy a no-nonsense Thai meal. 
What to try: Larb Gai, chilli basil chicken, jasmine rice, ah po fried rice, etc.
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 12 pm – 3:30 pm and 7 pm – 12:30 am
Cost for two: Rs 1,700 (approx.)

Blue’s Kitchen is one of the best-kept secrets of Mumbai. Packing a punch of flavour in all its dishes, Blue’s Kitchen By Loima is one of the most favourite Thai restaurants of people in Mumbai. The taste and quality of their food are such that people believe the restaurant is absolute perfection in its skill of embodying accurate Thai flavours.
What to try: Papaya salad, Thai lemongrass chicken, Thai spring rolls, honey toast with ice cream, etc. 
Location: Multiple outlets
Timings: 12 pm – 12 am
Cost for two: Rs 2,000 (approx.)

Thai Naam prides itself on the high quality of its Thai food. Specialising in the intricacy that goes into making Thai food, the restaurant offers authentic flavours that are as deliciously close to the actual thing as possible. With an expansive menu offering all sorts of delicacies, Thai Naam is a haven for all foodies, especially Thai food lovers.
What to try: Coriander soup, lotus stem with honey, Thai tempura, bamee noodles, Thai green curry, etc.
Location: Unit 11 A - B, The Orb, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, IA Project Road, Marol, Mumbai
Timings: 12 pm – 11 pm
Cost for two: Rs 2,500 (approx.)

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