Craving Thai food? Us too — thank goodness for delivery! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite Thai restaurants in the city that are offering pick up and delivery options. 

Noodlehead, Shadyside 

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A Shadyside staple, Noodlehead offers authentic noodle dishes that are inspired by the street markets of Thailand. You can’t go wrong with any of the street noodles, plus their pork belly steamed buns are the perfect appetizer. 

Noodlehead is currently offering take-out options. You can order in person, online, or on a temporary “Noodle hotline” phone number. Remember, Noodlehead takes cash only! 

Senyai Thai Kitchen, Shadyside 

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This cozy Shadyside location offers excellent Thai food. While we can’t fully enjoy the new, modern interior of the restaurant right now, we can still enjoy the menu! Senyai offers tom yum soup, customizable salads, crispy tofu, and chicken satay. For your main course, try the stir-fried tofu, shrimp, chicken or seafood. They’re also known for their curry, seafood, and noodle dishes. And don’t forget about the homemade ice cream. 

Senyai is open for contact-free take out or delivery through GrubHub, Postmates and DoorDash. 

Smiling Banana Leaf, Highland Park  

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One of my personal favorites, Smiling Banana Leaf has excellent Thai food and a robust menu. Their pad thai is widely considered to be one of the best in the city. Smiling Banana offers everything from spring rolls and crab rangoons to noodle soups and curry. 

Order Smiling Banana Leaf for pick up or to be delivered through GrubHub. 

Ka-Fair Coffee and Cakery, Morningside 

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You can find Thai-Inspired coffee, quiche, and baked goods at Ka-Fair Coffee and Cakery. This adorable little coffee shop opened last July. Satisfy your latte craving with fresh coffee from KaFair. The owners are offering pick-up deliveries and can even bring coffee out to your car.  

Thai Gourmet, Bloomfield 

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This family-owned restaurant offers authentic Thai food that is consistently delicious. Start your meal with some Thai spring rolls and samosas, and finish your meal off with a noodle bowl, curry, or stir fry. 

Place a to-go order online for easy pick up in Bloomfield. 

Little Bangkok in the Strip, Strip District 

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In case the name doesn’t give enough indication, Little Bangkok in the Strip brings authentic Thailand flavors to Pittsburgh. Their recipes were handed down by the chef’s mother in Thailand, and they pride themselves on using only the freshest ingredients. This restaurant also has a lot of vegan options. 

You can support Little Bangkok by ordering for takeout and delivery through GrubHub, Postmates, and Uber Eats, or by purchasing a gift card. 

Nicky’s Thai Kitchen, North Side, Downtown & North Hills

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For Thai food lovers, Nicky’s Thai Kitchen is the perfect place for you. This restaurant has been recognized consistently for being one of the best Thai restaurants around by many local newspapers. They offer many varieties of curry, rice dishes, noodle soups and dishes, and chef specials. Right now, Nicky’s Thai Kitchen has special offers around dinner time as well. 

All three Nicky’s Thai Kitchen locations are open for takeout and delivery through GrubHub. 

For more takeout options, check out our Takeout COVID-19 edition article. Stay safe out there, and support local business! 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Emily Munk

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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