Food is loved by everybody and people will do a lot to eat satisfactorily. This leads people to eat at a variety of locations and spots. There are certain eating spots that are more iconic than others. They are renowned for the level of quality which they offer to their customers. Their dishes are appealing and no one can seem to get enough of them.

The Baan Thai restaurant is one of such great places to eat and has satisfied many customers over the years. The restaurant started out with the name Tsunami Sushi and Lounge. It became renowned as a low-key and affordable alternative for people who didn’t want to face the long queues at Little Serow. Little Serow was a Komi chef Johnny Monis’s super spicy, tasting menu-only restaurant which was located in Dupont. The Baan Thai restaurant was known for dishes such as tapioca skin dumplings, spicy salads, and khao soi. Meals at the Baan Thai start from as low as $4 with daily happy hour. They have an exclusive menu of tasty meals and their customers love it. This is evident in the number of people that patronize them daily.

Baan Thai specializes in meals such as sushi (nigiri, sashimi and maki rolls), noodle soups, grilled beef skewers, and green mango salads which are courtesy of chef Jeeraporn Poksupthong. When you expect a noodle soup to be funky, Baan Thai delivers. If you need hot spicy chili, they give it to you exactly as you need.

Baan Thai offers Asian and Thai dishes. Their meals are also available as lunch, dinner, and late-night cuisines. It made the restaurant popular because customers could get what they wanted at the time they wanted it. The features of Baan Thai include serving alcohol, wine and beer, seatings, full bar, delivery, takeouts, reservations, and table service.

After 10 years of service delivery, the Baan Thai restaurant is planning to move to a bigger site. The restaurant which was formerly at 1325 14th Street NW has outgrown the space available to it and is negotiating to move somewhere bigger. That may seem like harsh news for its loyal customers but it shouldn’t. Moving to a newer site means that the restaurant can now serve food to more people and improve their service where changes are needed.