My Thai Cafe Vegan & Bubble Tea Bistro

Boston, Massachusetts

Vegan Thai Food

My Thai offers vegan dishes and desserts, along with bubble tea and other drinks.

Added by Thomas J Mather on Nov 8 08 (last updated Sep 12 11)

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Fantastic food. I have been there a few times, get a new item every time, and I am always pleased. It has an "interesting" location but everything is great.


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My Thai Vegan cafe is a delicious culinary find, although from the outside you would never know it. Located in a run down building, up 2 flights of rickety stairs this restaurant may seem a bit sketchy to a naive new comer, be trust me, although you may be a bit tentative continue up the stairs, I promise it will be worth it.

The spacious restaurant is absolutely charming and resembles the inside of a homey kitchen.

My Thai Vegan Cafe is mainly know for their extensive menu full of delicious entrees including mock meats which both resemble real meat in texture, presentation, and taste. The bistro also serves a variety of traditional Thai cuisines including pad thai with tofu, and vegetable based entrees. Generous portions, a relaxed atmosphere, and wide selection make this restaurant hard to beat. But the real winner here are the desserts, now note that there's not a wide selection of desserts and oddly enough none of the desserts are traditional thai desserts, but the moist, flavorful offering more than make up for their limitations. When I went to the Bistro there were three choices of cake, Carrot cake, Lemon Poppy Seed Cake, and Chocolate cake.

Now as a chocoholic I would normally never pass up a piece of chocolate cake, but for some reason the carrot cake caught my eye and I decided to try something different.

My generous slice of carrot cake was amazing, it was flavorful with a slight hint of cinnamon, moist, and was frosted with a delicious creamy vegan cream cheese frosting.

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Neighborhood

Chinatown

Directions

Near the Orange Line Chinatown stop or Green Line Boylston stop.

On green line exit on the Chinatown stop, towards the Registry. Walk down
Washington Ave to Beach Street...they are on the second floor..the sign is
very visible from the corner of Washington and Beach

Non-Smoking

No Reservations

Not Wheelchair Accessible

Prices

$$ - average

Payment

  • MasterCard Visa

Cuisines

  • Thai
  • Vietnamese

Features

  • Large Group-Friendly
  • Quiet

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Hours

11am - 10pm

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