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106 N. Main St.Greenville, SC 29601
Lemongrass offers fresh herbs like basil and cilantro in their traditional Thai dishes. The atmosphere is great for getting together with friends for some great food in a modern, warm dining room. Chicken, pork and beef are offered to complement curry and masaman dishes. Pad Thai is popular as well. Pick your spice level. There is beer and wine on the menu, or try the lemongrass tea.
128 S. Main StreetSimpsonville, SC 29681
Thai Cuisine in Simpsonville has an extensive menu of Thai dishes you know and love like pad Thai or curries, but they also serve dishes you can't find anywhere else. Like to try new things? You definitely want to linger over the chef's specialties menu.
3012 Augusta St.Greenville, SC 29605
Neighborhood: Augusta Road
Got to love a restaurant's name that cuts to the chase. Thai restaurant was the first Thai restaurant in Greenville. Their calming, casual yet chic atmosphere allows patrons to appreciate the lunch or dinner that is served. The menu features dishes from meal-salads to curries and noodles or rice. Like spicy? They do spicy.
5000 Old Buncombe RdGreenville, SC 29617
Thaicoon Ricefire and Sushi Bar is known for its funky atmosphere, unique cocktails and, of course, its Thai menu. Some recommended dishes are the Bangkok Sampler appetizer and the Delight with your choice of beef, chicken, pork or seafood. You can order any dish as mild or spicy as you can take it.
101 E Main StSpartanburg, SC 29306
If you love curry dishes, you have to try Lime Leaf in Spartanburg. An entire section of the menu is devoted to a colorful array of the spicy dishes. They also have noodle, rice, seafood and vegetarian dishes. Want a taste of Thailand curated by an expert? Try one of the "Delightful Dinners." Lime Leaf was nominated for Best Spartanburg Restaurant 2011.