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Thai Orchard
14 North 2nd Street
Yakima, Washington 98902
Voice: 509-469-8986

The dishes here at Thai Orchid are a fresh taste to Thai Cooking. They are not like any that you will find in the Yakima Valley, maybe the entire State of Washington. All of the dishes are made from the owner Kimís family recipes going back generations from her home of Thailand. Kim came to America in 1979 but never gave up her familyís amazing dishes. In 1987 Kim opened up her restaurant in the Yakima Valley, and began sharing her delicious food with everyone that loves Thai Food.

Each dish is filled with lean meat and is amazing. If you enjoy your meal with out the burning from over spiced flavors you will love the food at Thai Orchid. On the other hand if you like your food hot, they have spices set aside to give you the taste that you are looking for.

Each of the dishes are large enough to feed a couple of people and are very affordable. If you have the average size family all you need is a couple of these incredible dishes and you can feed your entire family.

If you are planning a trip to Yakima make sure you plan to eat one of your meals here at Thai Orchid. If you life in the Yakima Valley you should put this nice little place on the top of your list of restaurants to dine at.

Kim asked me to taste a couple of her dishes numbers:

15 Cashew Chicken
53 Pahid Thai

As a travel writer I visit restaurants all over the country and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Both dishes where simply amazing, the flavor of each dish without adding the added spice was fantastic. I have to admit I like spicy food so I added their spice and loved every bit.



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