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Ansley Park’s Bangkok Thai prides itself on being Atlanta’s first Thai restaurant, and to maintain its reign over the Thai food scene, it’s open 364 days each year, meaning you should have no trouble conquering the menu in its entirety. Prep your taste buds for some serious heat as you commence your meal with appetizers like Yum Won Sen, a colorful mélange of spicy noodles, ground pork, shrimp, onion, green, lime juice, and chili peppers, and progress to entrees like creamy, bubbling Ruby Curry, served with chicken, tofu, beef, shrimp, or vegetables served with bamboo shoots and fresh Thai basil. If you’re not too stuffed, nibble on the sticky rice with mango, made with coconut milk, for dessert.

Bangkok Thai Atlanta
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Bangkok Thai Restaurant

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Ansley Park’s Bangkok Thai prides itself on being Atlanta’s first Thai restaurant, and to maintain its reign over the Thai food scene, it’s open 364 days each year, meaning you should have no trouble conquering the menu in its entirety. Prep your taste buds for some serious heat as you commence your meal with appetizers like Yum Won Sen, a colorful mélange of spicy noodles, ground pork, shrimp, onion, green, lime juice, and chili peppers, and progress to entrees like creamy, bubbling Ruby Curry, served with chicken, tofu, beef, shrimp, or vegetables served with bamboo shoots and fresh Thai basil. If you’re not too stuffed, nibble on the sticky rice with mango, made with coconut milk, for dessert.