Hours: Open for takeout - 3:00 to 8:00 Monday thru Saturday and closed on Sunday
Attention Thai Orchid Family:
Thank you so much for the warm welcome back! We are so grateful for the support you all have shown us and continue to show us. We apologize if we are unable to meet your expectations during this unprecedented time, we are trying our very best.
As of now, we are only offering takeout and phone orders. If you would like to see our COVID19 Response Plan, please click HERE.
We are not able to take online orders, message order, voicemail orders, call you for your order, nor offer curb side pick up. We are short staff and can only take two calls at once. If you're not able to get through the first time, please try again. Please note that we will not be serving any cold dishes at this time, our menu is updated.
We kindly ask that you call ahead to make your order and if you would like to pay over the phone, to have your card ready when you order. This will help speed up the process and allow other callers to get through. If you would like to come in to order, please note there will be a longer than usual wait.
Again, we are extremely grateful for your support and we appreciate your understanding and patience. We look forward to seeing you.
Stay safe and healthy,
Thai Orchid Cuisine
Thai Orchid Cuisine aims to provide a healthy alternative to the American diet through inspired Thai dishes. We bring authentic Thai ingredients and care into every dishes we serve. All of our dishes are cooked on our 700-degree heat woks, to retain its nutritional value, flavors and smell to be enjoyed by you. Thai Orchid Cuisine's menu offers an array of popular Thai favorites from noodles to curries, on to appetizers and fried rice.
Thai recipes calls upon juggling different elements of spices to create a harmonious finish with a strong aroma and let's not forget, a spicy edge, creating that mouth watering taste to be savor by you and many others. The elements of Thai cooking includes sweet, sour, salty, bitter, creamy, and spicy. However, that does not mean all Thai dishes are spicy! Most dishes are actually made with no spice at all, but spice can always be added using Thai chili peppers, to produce a burning sensation if you dare!