The Myrtle Beach cuisine scene is a melting pot of restaurants serving dishes from around the globe. And when it comes to Thai food, we’ve got you covered in the area, too. Here are some of the best Thai restaurants in the area that will spice up your life:

Blue Elephant

4493 US-17 Business, Murrells Inlet

The Blue Elephant, located south of the MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet, serves a trifecta of food, ambiance, and experience. The authentic Thai restaurant is almost like a trip to Thailand, with all dishes prepared and made to order with fresh ingredients and spices imported from China by executive chef Dr. Paul Byington. The intimate dining room is ornate, with tables dressed in white linen cloths. Explore the four different curries in house entrees, specialties and seafood dishes, noodle creations prepared in a scale of spicy heat.

Thai-Lao Restaurant

1210 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

Situated near downtown Myrtle Beach and a block or two south of Chapin Memorial Park, Thai-Lao is known in town for its amazing Thai, like the Duck Choo-Chee Curry Roast with snow peas, tomatoes, grapes, pineapple, bell peppers, and basil leaves and Pineapple Fried Rice with egg, pineapple, cashews, carrots, sweet peas and more with your choice of meat or seafood.

Thai Cuisine & Sushi Restaurant

1208 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

The Thai chefs at this restaurant have a wealth of experience creating classic Thai dishes, such as Pad Thai, Green Curry, and Tom Yum Soup from ingredients that are locally sourced. All Thai Cuisine recipes are based on family-taught techniques, including the Tom Kha Kai soup, Drunken Noodles, and Panang Curry.

Thai Palms Restaurant

3803 Socastee Blvd., Myrtle Beach

The casual, family-owned Thai Palms Restaurant in the Socastee area presents amazing flavors on a plate, such as their signature spring rolls, Pad See Ew (stir-fried wide rice noodles with sliced beef, broccoli and more), and Red Curry Chicken (sliced chicken, Thai eggplants, bamboo shoots, red curry paste, and more).

Bangkok House

 318 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

With more than 60 options, this Thai food headquarters offers a plethora of dishes. Choose from Tod Mun Pla fish cake appetizer, the Papaya Salad, the Bangkok House Duck stir-fried with special hot and basil sauce, the Thai Crystal Noodle Soup with shrimp and chicken, and more.

Thai E-San Restaurant

7727 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

Located within the Northwood Plaza Shopping Center, Thai E-San Restaurant is a cute spot to dine inside or out on Thai classics, like the Seafood Sukiyaki soup, curry dishes, and the many lunch specials they’ve perfected, such as Pad Thai.

Indo Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar

4620 Dick Pond Road, Myrtle Beach

This Pan-Asian restaurant focuses on foods that travel across East and Southeast Asia to represent the spices of Thailand and Japan, as well as Indonesia, Vietnam, and Korea. Chef Laura Smith has created an impressive menu of homemade entrees that are made to order, which includes Beef Rendang, tender beef cooked in a special sauce with sliced cucumbers, tomatoes and sprouts served with Jasmine white rice; Seafood Mordin, Korean hot pot style; and Sizzling Duck.

Thai Season

1004 Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach

Serving the North Myrtle Beach area since 2007, Thai Season has prided itself on offering only high-quality dishes. Handcrafted chef-recommended creations include Thai Fried Rice, Basil Eggplant, and classic Pad Thai, and popular menu items include Red Curry and Drunken Noodles.

By: Ashley Daniels

Thai food has such a unique flavor palate so you'll just have to try a variety of dishes at these restaurants around Myrtle Beach to see which you like best!