For great thai food, a Boise restaurant to visit is Mai Thai at 750 West Idaho Street. Come for the happy hour which is Monday-Friday 5 to 6:30 p.m. and on Fridays at 9-10 p.m. The drinks and bar food is cheap and the atmosphere is classy and relaxed. The food here is great and the service is always exceptional. Customers can dine on thai spring roll, shrimp patties, Asian chicken with lettuce wrap, lemongrass shrimp, and organic chicken balsamic salad. Reservations are accepted and can be made online at their website, maithaigroup.com/maithai_boise.
A good Boise restaurant for thai cooking is Siam Thai at 590 East Boise Avenue. The best deals here are the lunch specials which are offered weekdays from 11-3 p.m. Each dish comes with rice, fried or steamed, or soup. You can choose to have your entree with beef, chicken, tofu, pork, or bbq pork. Items available for lunch include chow mein, sweet and sour, kung pao, mongolian special, cashew special, almond special, garlic special, snow white special, pad thai, pad prik pao, spicy mandarian, green curry special, pad phet hoi, pad woosen, and red curry special.
For a fun Boise restaurant to hang out with friends, check out Bardenay at 610 Grove Street in downtown Boise. This is the place to have a cocktail and some great food. Customers can relax with several different kinds of martinis and drinks, while enjoying such appetizers as seared ahi tuna, spicy asian plum-glazed wings, calamari, clams portuguese, fish tacos, smoked trout spread, thai salmon cakes, satays, and chili & citrus marinated shrimp. Entrees include rum pepper steak, wild turkey bourbon pork chops, spaghetti puttanesca, and bacon wrapped beef tenderloin. For more information, including brunch menu, visit their website, bardenay.com.