Where to eat Thai food near Davisville Village

 

There are a ton of great restaurants in the Davisville Village neighbourhood. Because of the area’s diversity you can dig into authentic dishes from across the globe, just around the corner from home, at Davisville Village. If you’re hungry for something exotic, there are some excellent Thai restaurants to try nearby. Here are our favourite places to eat Thai food in the area:


Bolan Thai Cuisine


Bolan Thai Toronto

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Bolan Thai Cuisine (709 Mt Pleasant Road) is not your average ‘hole in the wall’ restaurant. It’s small, but it feels cute, cozy and contemporary. The atmosphere and the attention to detail in the presentation of the food here is a cut above other places in the same price range.

 

Bolan Thai Toronto

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Bolan does amazing things with sticky rice. Their Sticky Rice with Peanut Sauce ($5.95) is an out-of-this-world appetizer, and their Mango Sticky Rice ($7.95) dessert is almost too beautiful to eat. For a main course, you can’t go wrong with their Golden Curry Chicken ($13.95). If you’re trying to make healthy choices when you eat out, you can upgrade from jasmine to brown rice for an additional $2.50. Their Pad-Kee-Mao is simple, yet tasty. It is a filling dish of stir fried flat rice noodles, basil sauce, basil leaves, bell peppers, onions and garlic. The vegetarian version is only $11.95, and you can add chicken, beef or shrimp for an extra $1, $2 or $3.


Pay them a visit to eat-in, or pick up some take-out. You can also skip the queue and order online for home delivery.


Thai Spicy House


Thai Spicy House is an unassuming little shop at 517 Mt Pleasant Road. Their food is full of authentic Thai flavour, is well spiced, and prepared with good quality ingredients. Everything comes in large portions, which is a bonus. Start with their Deep Fried Tofu with Peanut Sauce ($6.99) or their Green Mango Salad ($8.99). Their aptly named Authentic Pad Thai is a delicious main course to try. It’s just $10.99 for the vegetarian version, $11.99 for the chicken version, $12.99 for the shrimp version, and $12.49 for a chicken and shrimp version. If you’re in the mood for beef, their Beef Malaysian Curry with rice is a house specialty that will set you back just $13.99.


Dine in or order online for pickup or delivery.


Siam Square Hut

 

Siam Square Hut Toronto

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Siam Square Hut is a hidden gem tucked away in Sunnybrook Plaza (660 Eglinton Ave E #120). This modest establishment is cozy and inviting. They don’t try too hard to impress you with their decor, they just let the food speak for itself.

 

Siam Square Hut Toronto

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Begin with a fragrant Tom Ka Soup (Coconut Lemongrass) for just $5. Their decadent Cream Cheese Crab Rangoon ($8) is a great starter to share. It’s 5 pieces of Thai pastry stuffed with imitation crab meat, cream cheese and sweet chili sauce.


For your main course, try the Green Curry. It comes with bamboo shoots, squash, bell peppers, carrot, basil and lime leaves, starting at $13. It’s available with chicken, beef, shrimp, seafood or fish (deep fried or steamed fillet). Wash it all down with a refreshing Thai Ice Tea ($3).


They’re open daily from 11:30 am (noon on Sunday) until 12 am. You can eat in, or order food online for delivery or pickup.


Thai Mango


Thai Mango Toronto

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Thai Mango (641 Dupont Street) is a comfy and contemporary spot for great Thai cuisine. If you like shellfish, start your meal the Shrimp Satay ($6.99) and a bowl of Hot & Sour Soup with tofu, bamboo shoots, black mushroom and egg ($7.99).


Their Gai Phad Med Ma Muang (Cashew Chicken) is a must-try. It’s a robust dish of sauteed chicken with roasted cashew nuts, sweet peppers and chilis ($15.49).


If you’re feeding a few folks, make sure to opt in for the free food you’re entitled to at this restaurant. You’ll get free Spring Rolls if your order exceeds $40 before tax, and Mango Chicken or Chicken Pad Thai for orders over $60! To claim your freebies when you order online for pickup or delivery, simply write your free item of choice in the comment section on the checkout page.


They’re open daily from 11 am until 11 pm.


Riz on Bayview

 

Riz on Bayview Toronto

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Riz on Bayview (1677 Bayview Ave) serves up amazing Thai cuisine. They offer a standard menu and a separate certified gluten-free menu. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, with elegant and understated modern decor, as well as comfy booths and chairs. There is also a patio for warm weather dining.


Can’t decide on what to order? No problem. Go for the All-You-Can-Taste Menu, available from 4 pm until 10 pm from the regular menu ($32.99 per person) or thegluten-free menu ($34.99 per person)! If you order from the gluten free menu, you’ll get BBQ Korean Beef Ribs, Drunken Garlic Tiger Shrimp, Ginger & Green Onion Lobster, Drunken Garlic Lobster, and Thai Black Bean Lobster. These dishes would cost around $60 if ordered separately, so it’s a great deal!


Reservations are recommended. The restaurant is open daily from 11 am until 10 pm.


We hope this post inspires you to take a Thai inspired tour of your neighbourhood!


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