Since moving from its hole-in-the-wall Treadaway location to 3309 S. 1st St. several years ago, Ann Thai Kitchen gained an ‘s and an a far more posh restaurant atmosphere.
Visitors will appreciate its clean and sophisticated Asian décor, complete with a portrait of the Thai king gracing the establishment; yet all the while, the restaurant maintains a relaxed, pay-at-the-counter atmosphere.
Bringing East Asia to West Texas, Ann’s Thai Kitchen is Abilene’s premier place for authentic Pad Thai, among other native Thai dishes, including several curry dishes and the sweet noodle plate, Pad Se-ew. Ann’s Pad Thai features generous servings of pan-tossed noodles with egg, chicken, green onions and sprouts, along with classic Thai spices, coming together for a delectable dose of classic Thai taste.
Americans beware: Thai spice is not for the faint of heart. Although Thai cuisine capitalizes on lightly prepared, yet aromatic and flavorful food, those dishes that are spicy pack a punch. Ann’s Thai’s five-star spice rating system will help curry novices navigate new heat.
And for cash-pressed patrons, Ann’s lunch menu offers Thai food on a budget, providing several popular staples at a reduced portion and price. For those looking to bring home some Asian influence, the restaurant maintains a carryout option, giving call-in patrons an estimated pick-up time.
All in all, Ann’s Thai Kitchen brings metropolitan quality Thai food to this Great Plains town, and all at a reasonable price. If you’re tired of the heaviness of Chinese cuisine or the blandness of Japanese fare, why not give Thai a try?