Thai Spice started in 2012 and quickly became the place to get authentic Thai cuisine restaurants in the area. Most of us have not had the chance to travel to Thailand, but if you ask anyone around the Corridor, chances are they are going to send you to Thai Spice for real, authentic, homemade Thai. Nickii, who runs the day to day operations at Thai Spice, told us, “Everyone that you see here in the restaurant is Thai, from the people answering the phone to our chef. We like to keep it as authentic as we can.”
The atmosphere is always friendly and the food is always fresh. At Thai Spice, they treat everyone like family.
Perhaps their most popular dish is the Tom Kha Soup (Coconut soup), according to Nickii, it’s what a large portion of their customers come in for. When asked as to why it is so popular, Nickii simply replied, “Everything that we make is fresh, nothing is premade and then reheated and people want that authentic homemade flavor.” It’s made with coconut milk, spicy and tangy broth with mushrooms, lemongrass, tomato, cilantro, green onion, basil and Thai spices. It is certainly packed with flavor.
Some of the other popular dishes are the Pad Thai (Thin rice noodles wok-tossed with egg, garlic, bean sprouts, scallion, tamarind sauce and peanut on the side); Yellow Curry which is made with coconut milk, potatoes, white onions, and carrots. Oh! But before I forget, try the Tom Yum Shrimp soup, spicy and tangy broth with mushrooms, lemongrass, tomato, cilantro, green onion, basil, Thai spices and of course, delicious shrimp.
Thai Spice delivers within a five-mile radius of their location for a small fee, and if you are inside of a three-mile radius the delivery is free.
Check out their website for the complete menu as well as to order online. You will not be disappointed.