Dress Code: Casual
Group Party Welcome
Vegetarian / Vegan / Gluten-Free Available Upon Request
Beer / Wine / Liquor Served
Gift Certificates Available
All Major Credit Card Accepted
High Chairs Available
In 2000, Nuntiya Sripa, Chef Owner, brought a piece of Thailand to Connecticut to let people see what is wonderful about Thailand for themselves. See--and taste. Especially taste.
The restaurant atmosphere is open and airy, with Thai art and artifacts adorning the white walls. You'll be charmed by the rich woodwork, and embroidered wall hangings. The right side is open, with tables and booths, while the left side has semi-private alcoves that extend an invitation to embrace the exotic flavors and aromas of Thailand. The booths screened with green and gold cotton Thai-style print fabric, both for coziness and, in the case of a large party, to keep the noise at a minimum. This is intimate and welcoming; you know right off that this is a labor of love and a family operation.
Thai Gardens' popularity is well-deserved, there are many house specialties, and if you eat meat, you have to get the duck. It's available in the traditional crispy duck or in two sensational deep-fried boneless versions, one very hot and the other not as quite. If you like Thai or you want to try it for the first time spoil yourself and check out Thai Gardens.
Hours of Operation
Business is closed on New Year's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
RESERVATION IS RECOMMENDED ON
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
New York Times "Very Good" Rating
203 Main Street
300 Plaza Middlesex
(Corner of Main St. & College St.)
Middletown, CT 06457
11:30am - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm