If you're looking for something to satisfy your Thai / Vietnamese craving, we've got you covered with our guide to Dallas's most notable Thai and Vietnamese restaurants around the Metroplex!

Updated June 2024



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photo courtesy of Ka-Tip

Ka-Tip Thai Street Food 

Ka-Tip offers authentic Thai street food that focuses on sticky-rice dishes from the Isaan region. That means you should definitely try the mango sticky rice dessert!

Farmers Market | Directions 



This is the brick and mortar restaurant from a popular Vietnamese food truck specializing in creating banh mi sandwhiches.

Farmer's Market | Directions


Sapa House

Laid-back Vietnamese fusion spot for pho, sushi, sake, and cocktails, served late! We love the seafood pho, and the happy hour rocks!

Downtown | Directions




Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen 

Female-owned Ngon serves food inspired from Ha Noi and the street vendors of Vietnam. The space is almost as beautiful as the spring rolls! (Pictured)

Lower Greenville | Directions 


Bangkok City 

Bangkok City has been preparing authentic Thai dishes in Dallas for over 26 years.

East Dallas | Directions


Bangkok Inn 

This spot has been serving for over 30 years and has been passed to the family's daughter to run. The Pad Thai is great, and for a surprising suggestion: try the corn patties!

Lakewood | Directions



Vietnamese-American fusion comfort food that serves until 2am on the weekends! 

Fitzhugh | Directions


Sakhuu Thai Cuisine

This hole-in-the-wall BYOB establishment is unassuming on the outside, but serves great duck roti, basil fried rice and stuffed chicken wings on the inside!

Old East Dallas | Directions


Zaap Kitchen Lao & Thai Street Eats 

Authentic Lao and Thai cuisine in a fast casual environment, with excellent Pad Thai!

Fitzhugh | Directions




Thai Lotus Kitchen 

Thai Lotus, right in the heart of Oak Lawn, serves up fantastic curries and noodle dishes, and great Thai Tea to pair! (Pictured)

Oak Lawn | Directions


Khao Horm Thai

Ka Soi, Crispy Duck Noodle Soup and an amazing Kra Pow, this new Inwood Ave spot that overtook Ari Thai District is a nice upscale choice!

Medical District | Directions



LaVui features Vietnamese cuisine and sushi by Chef Thanh Nguyen of Oishii. Order the Singapore noodles!

Medical District | Directions


Pho Chau 

Vietnamese pho and vermicelli join rice dishes at this casual noodle house with cheerful decor. Don't miss the boba tea too.

Medical District | Directions


Sabaidee Lao & Thai Street Food

A compact, contemporary counter service restaurant preparing traditional Laotian and Thai culinary specialties, the Drunken Noodles are a must

Lemmon Ave | Directions



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Asian Mint 

Award-winning, female-owned Thai restaurant with a fabulous crab fried rice!

Inwood Village | Directions


Lemongrass Thai 

Lemongrass Thai offers authentic Thai dishes in a welcoming atmosphere.

North Dallas | Directions


Malai Kitchen

An upscale, sit-down dining experience with stunning decor and a memorable mango sticky rice dessert. 

Preston Center | Directions


Pho Envy 

Bright and modern Vietnamese bistro serving pho with a fantastic broth along with great egg rolls and fresh fruit smoothies.

North Dallas | Directions


Red Stix 

A super fun, female-owned fast-casual fusion spot that aims to capture the smells and tastes of Asian street food.

SMU | Directions


Thai Opal

Quaint Thai dine-in restaurant with a peaceful atmosphere...the owner is a gem and the yellow curry is a must!

East Dallas | Directions


Thai Thai

Unassuming eatery right on Greenville Ave serving traditional Thai specialties. Get ready for massive portions and all the leftovers!

East Dallas | Directions



Ka Thai

Ka Thai

An absolutely stunning restaurant, with a bar, murals and plants. Ka Thai has come a long way since its small hole-in-the-wall days, but is still serving amazing food. And there's a great happy hour menu! (Pictured)

Uptown | Directions


Crush Craft 

Crush Craft, featured on Food Network’s hit show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, focuses on street food reflected in the atmosphere and dishes. Guy Fieri loved their Green Curry and we love the Kra Pow! 

Uptown | Directions 


Malai Kitchen 

Malai Kitchen showcases a different side of Southeast Asian cuisine inspired by travels through Thailand and Vietnam. Try their Thai Brunch! 

West Village | Directions



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Phở Băng 

Fabulous pho (get the meatballs) and phenomenal egg rolls, made with rice paper! (Pictured)

Garland | Directions


Bếp Nhà (Viet Kitchen)

A lovely modern Vietnamese cafe that specializes in all sorts of fun, colorful drinks from lychee rose tea to mint and kiwi soda. They also serve traditional coffee like egg coffee with brûlée cream too!  

North Lake Highlands | Directions 


Lá Me 

Vietnamese cafe with delicious crispy egg rolls and amazing "Bo Loc Lac" aka shaken beef rice. 

North Dallas | Directions


Pho Bac 

Some of the best beef noodle soups in the metroplex, and they serve Kobe Beef! 

Richardson | Directions


Phở Trương

Amazing pho noodle soups, spring rolls, and other Vietnamese classics. The Bo Vein (meatball) is divine!

Richardson | Directions



photo courtesy of Too Thai


Too Thai Street Eats 

A bright and colorful eatery known for its huge hot pots to share with your crew...try the Mama O Ho for a hot pot that you could find on the streets of a Thai night market. 

Carrollton | Directions


Mango Thai Cuisine 

Serving since 1999, this modern Thai restaurant is known for its Tom Kha soup and Pad Kee Mow noodle dish. 

Plano | Directions


Pho Pasteur II 

Delicious broth, and a great Bun Bo Hue aka a spicy pork noodle soup!

Carrollton | Directions


Ruang Thai 

This bright, colorful restaurant has excellent options for vegans and vegetarians, plus amazing Thai tea and a great duck roll appetizer! 

Plano | Directions


Tomyumkung Thai Cafe

If you love heat, you'll love Tomyumkung! The servings are huge, the owner is so warm and friendly, and the duck fried rice is worth the drive!

Carrollton | Directions



Ly Food Market


Ly Food Market

This tiny Asian market includes a restaurant in the back serving huge portions of delicious, affordable Thai food! Don't miss their slushy boba, it's so good!

Oak Cliff | Directions


Nalinh Market 

A former Asian grocery store with a great Laotian restaurant inside, you can now find Nalinh serving food inside of DanSungSa in Old Koreatown off Royal Lane during the daytime! 

Old Koreatown | Directions


Pho 544 

A casual eatery from @phileats_ offering Vietnamese pho and really good surf & turf garlic noodles. (Pictured)

Murphy | Directions