Are you looking for a romantic dinner spot in Riverside, California with a private dining area? Look no further than Sala Rim Naam, an authentic Thai restaurant located in a privileged location with excellent visibility and accessibility. Open 7 days a week, this restaurant offers a wide variety of real Thai cuisine, from spicy Tom Yam Goong seafood soup to Nordic-style khao soy noodles with yellow curry. For something truly unique, take your group to the longest banquet table in Bangkok, the 25-meter-long table that seats 45 people and serves Thai fusion and exclusive beverages with one of the best views of the city skyline. The Local is another great option for those seeking traditional Thai cuisine.
This independently owned restaurant is located in a 70-year-old teak house equipped with antiques, wooden bird cages, old paddles from the floating market and shelves full of Thai cookbooks from all time. The dishes served here are nothing like what you're used to in Thai restaurants, but all the flavors have been preserved and improved to the maximum. For an authentic Thai night out in a group, visit Tawandang where there are live music and dance shows to accompany huge plates of ribs, Thai dishes and homemade beer. If you're looking for excellent Thai food with plenty of space in the Palm Springs metropolitan area, head to The Rooster and the Pig.
This small restaurant serves exclusive, world-inspired Vietnamese cuisine in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. Following the model of Denmark's award-winning Kiin Kiin restaurant, run by chef Henrik Yde-Andersen and Lertchai Treetawatchaiwong, a Thai engineer and gourmet, Mrs. Bua aims to overwhelm her customers with dishes with incredible flavor, texture and presentation.