Thai Cuisine

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Veg Thai Menu

Thai Cuisine has many veg selections, even having a separate veg menu.

As far as appetizers, Thai Cuisine offers Tofu Saté (grilled skewers of marinated tofu, with peanut sauce and sweet cucumber sauce for dipping), spring rolls, and a few other rotating options.

You can find about 2 dozen veg entrées at Thai Cuisine, many of which can be served with tofu - fried or steamed - or your choice of fake meat - including Mock duck, chicken, "fish ham" (fish flavor, ham texture), scallops, and prawns. All the fake meats are vegan.

Entrées include a number of curries (kaengs, technically) including Yellow, Red, Green, Panang, Pinapple, and Musman. Dishes include Tofu Praram, Spicy Basil, Radna, Cashew Nut, and others. Anything can be made vegan, and most of it is to begin with. Egg in fried rice dishes is the only thing to watch out for, but they are accommodating.

Thai Cuisine participates in Wheel Deliver. You can view their menu on the Wheel Deliver website and of course have their food delivered if you live in the City of Pittsburgh.

Added by kim C on Jun 12 06 (last updated May 21 09)

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Had read lots of glowing reviews, took family and two meat-eaters there. Service was slow, there was very little fake meat in the dishes, and the portions were not huge. Food wasn't bad, but not overly impressive.

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One of my favorites, although it is a little pricey for Pittsburgh ($11 for an entrée with fake meat).

The curries are all very good - I like the Yellow and Musman curries with mock duck especially. I also love the Tofu Saté appetizer - almost $7, but it's worth it.

A Thai friend of mine said their food was the most authentic they had found in Pittsburgh.

Also, if you ask, they often have soy milk which they will substitute for regular in their Thai iced tea.

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At the intersection of Pearl and Liberty in Bloomfield, just a few blocks up from the Bloomfield Bridge. Look for a red awning.

The 54C bus goes right by the restaurant, as does the 86A. The 86B can drop you just a 5 minute walk away, at the corner of Penn and Main.


$$ - average


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  • Thai


  • Large Group-Friendly
  • Quiet



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