Following an extensive trip to Thailand and marriage to a local Thai woman, the owner returned to Israel and set up tis great little Thai restaurant. It quickly became successful, to the extent that the entire immediate family moved from Thailand to Israel to ensure authenticity.
Simply decorated - emphasis on the food rather than anything trendy or faddish - and relatively small (about 8 tables). It has expanded recently and there is now a separate smoking section.
Favorite Dish: Cocunut milk curries and the specialities from the north of Thailand which tend to be spicier and served with sticky rice.
The restaurant has an impressive wine special Thai vegetables such as Pak Bong, Pace, peppers, Thai peppers, frozen (Thai basil), Thai eggplant, Thai and Lubiya, which combines the chef dishes. All these are available in a restaurant especially in the summer.
The Asian Thai is a restaurant run by Thai's'', a cook by profession, strict to preserve the authentic character of the place and brings the original reasons that brought her from Thailand
Open all week from 12:00-00:00
Favorite Dish: The most expensive dish: Green curry in coconut milk with Thai eggplant and shrimp self growth. Served with rice dish (72 NIS)
Cheapest dish: Two egg rolls filled with vegetables units (20 NIS)
It has a warm cozy feeling the moment you walk inside, the bar can be seen from the entrance so you dont have to eat right at the entrace. The staff is friendly and seats you right away. The corner table in the rear for the non-smoking section gives you a great view of Ben Yahouda and Bograshov so you can see lots of interesting people walking by. It isnt overflowing with a waiting line so can be served pretty quickly. We had a great waitress who made the meal that much better.
Favorite Dish: I like the flat fried egg noodles with beef in thick sauce. It isnt spicy and very filling. Very good with steamed rice. That and Jasmine tea was 43 Sheikl.