Ultimate list of Thai restaurants in Dubai

With innumerable Thailand restaurants in and around Dubai, you can enjoy unlimited collections of cuisines. Here is a list of top Thailand restaurants in Dubai.

Chloe Hoffmann
August 22, 2021 4:40 PM

Thai food has everything going for it: a dazzling range of ingredients, lip-smacking flavours, and endlessly creative chefs. With innumerable Thailand restaurants in and around Dubai, you can enjoy unlimited collections of cuisines. Here is a list of top Thailand restaurants in Dubai. 

Café Isan

Café Isan is known for its humble beginning in 2016 by its inspirational Chef New, who turned out to be a home-cooking sensation. The multi-award-winning restaurant is located in the Armada Blue Bay Hotel in Jumeirah Lakes Towers. If you are a fan of Thai food, you don’t have to travel to Bangkok for farm-fresh and traditional preparation. Instead, you can have it at Café Isan, which treats you with lighter curries, clearer soups and traditionally spicier dishes.

You can hardly miss Tom Yum soup, Pik Gai chicken wings, grilled satay, Khao Man Gai, and more. There are combos offered until 6 pm every day, some of them to try are Hustler combo, Isan combo and garlic chicken combo. 


Stepping into Thiptara evokes the intrigue and mystery of Thailand. Serving traditional royal Thai cuisine in an elegant and intimate space, this Thai restaurant offers you an enchanting dining experience. Located on the Lobby Level of the Palace Downtown, it offers a range of shared dishes, appetizers, salads, soups, main courses, side dishes, and so on.


If you want to satiate your appetite with everything from delicious Thai culinary, you can visit Benjarong in the Dusit Thani on the Sheikh Zayed Road. The lip-smacking Thai cuisines is the careful creation of the Thai Chef de Cuisine Wichit Panyo harmonizing the flavours sour, spicy, salty, sweet and creamy using the finest and freshest ingredients. Some events on offer are the business lunch, Friday brunch and Ladies Night.  

Pai Thai

Inspired by the aromatic herbs and traditional flavours, Pai Thai serves unique Thai dishes to the guests in Dubai. Located in the Jumeirah Al Qasr Resort in Madinat Jumeirah, the restaurant offers two dining spaces on the right and left of the entrance. Both the spaces are set to offer a relaxed environment. The dishes are carefully prepared using the combinations of five flavours of sweet, salty, sour, spicy and bitter.

Pai Thai is known for its range of menus such as a la carte, brunch, sunset, Saturday lunch and summer set. 

The Royal Budha

This award-winning Thai restaurant is situated on the ground floor in the Holiday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha. The homely and relaxed setting attracts the guests, who are pampered by the efficient, attentive and friendly staff. The Royal Budha offers spicy dishes at reasonable prices. It offers Dim Sum Fridays and Saturdays for just AED 88 person from 12 pm to 6 pm. If you want to explore the richness of Thai culture and traditions, this is the right place, where you can find a range of appetizers, soups, salads, main courses and more. 

The Thai Kitchen

The residents of Dubai who are fans of authentic Thai cuisine can find the best of Thai dishes prepared at the place set to offer the sights of Thailand street food with the aroma of fired wok and grilled meat and steaming bamboo baskets. With its location in the Park Hyatt Dubai, the Thai Kitchen offers excellent food, exemplary service and extraordinary views. You can find various dining options such as causal, al fresco, group, family and cocktail dining.

Tong Thai

There are a few things about Tong Thai that any guests should know. First, it offers unrivalled regional dishes, which include street food and authentic classics of countries around the globe. Next, it is prepared by the expert team of Thai chefs using the finest ingredients. The restaurant is positioned in the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Business Bay, Dubai. You can never miss wok-fried Atlantic lobster with tom yum flavours and other ingredients and grilled marinated wagyu striploin served with the sticky rice. 

Sticky Rice 

The restaurant calls itself serving ‘bona fide Thai food and desserts’, and it is located in the Sobha Daffodil in Jumeirah Village Circle. Sticky Rice is known for the little duck mascot ‘Kew’, and serves both regular and vegan menus as takeaways. You can try your favourite from an array of starters, salads, soups, curries and Thai specials from the menu.