There are several high-quality local food destinations in the village. One well-known restaurant in the village is called "Thai House." As its name suggests, it serves food from the southeastern Asian nation of Thailand. Thai House is located on Transit Road. It's near a Chinese dining establishment in the village called "Great Wok." It's also close to the gift shop Edible Arrangements, the advertising agency SKM Group, the general contracting firm Accadia Psy Contracting and the customized home construction business iQ Modular Homes.
Thai House is a celebrated Asian fusion eatery in the village. While Thai fare is the main focus, Burmese cuisine is also a big part of the menu. The staff at Thai House expertly combines elements of both types of Asian cuisines. Japanese cuisine is also available at Thai House. People who love sushi and raw fish can enjoy meals at the eatery as well. The staff at Thai House always emphasizes the immense value of fresh cooking.
Salad and appetizer options at Thai House include ginger salad, tofu salad, beef salad, mango salad, crispy squid rings, steamed dumplings, soft shell crab, fried spring rolls, crispy eggplant and grilled beef. The eatery has many high-quality choices in both noodle soups and standard soups as well. These include chicken noodle soup, duck noodle soup and samusa soup from Burma.
People who appreciate the rich flavors of curry often visit Thai House. Some of the restaurant's curry meals include Thai panang curry, green curry, red curry, pineapple goat curry and chicken curry. Thai House's exciting selection of specialties includes sesame chicken, sweet and sour fish, basil fried rice, Thai roasted duck, Burmese fried rice, crispy red snapper, coconut seafood, lobster and nasi ayam. Nasi ayam is a roasted chicken dish.
There are quite a few sushi options on Thai House's menu. California shrimp rolls, green vegetable rolls, vegetable rolls, shrimp tempura rolls, eel rolls, fresh tuna rolls and fresh salmon rolls are just some of them. The restaurant offers numerous sushi combination plates for hungry diners as well. The nigiri combination special includes raw salmon, raw tuna and cooked eel, for example.
Thai House has a selection of cold and hot beverages. The cold drinks include soda, Thai lemon iced tea, Thai iced coffee and Thai iced tea. People who want tapioca in their Thai iced coffee or tea can receive it for an extra charge. The hot beverages at Thai House include hot milk tea from Burma, green tea and jasmine tea.
There are many high-quality choices in desserts available to the people who visit Thai House. Some of the delightful dessert options at this Depew restaurant are fried ice cream, green tea ice cream, mango sticky rice (with either black or white rice), melon popsicles and Thai taro custard. Faluda is yet another popular dessert on the menu at Thai House. Faluda is a beloved Burmese sweet treat that consists of pudding, ice cream, coconut jelly and almond jelly.
The staff at Thai House strives to provide all diners with the highest level of customer service around. The restaurant's interior design is just as lovely as its customer service is. It's a darkly lit dining establishment that has a soothing and serene vibe. People who want to relish calm and authentic Asian meals are sure to love visits to Thai House.