The satay is highly recommended.
This Thai food is the best and if you ask for "hot" spice you will really get it (unlike other places that think unless you are Thai you cannot handle the heat. Other places I've asked for "hot" and what I get is mild.) We were just at Sea Thai last night. My favorite meal is either Spicy Thai basil or Spicy Thai eggplant. I decided to ask for "Thai hot" this time and it was perfect. (You can ask for mild, medium, hot, Thai hot or super Thai hot.) We live in Orlando and go to Sea Thai maybe once a month. Don't be fooled by the exterior of the building. It is a great place with great food and great service and cozy atmosphere. I've never known it to be too crowded or noisy, although it is a popular place. The waitress last night even remembered what I usually order :) The portions are large and even my husband and son had leftovers last night! I also always order extra veggies and extra of the delicious brown sauce that goes with my favs. This is definitely our favorite place to eat in Orlando!!
Try the Chang beer it's from Thailand, great beer, not to heavy like Heineken, but stronger than Corona
Heard good things but my exp. was awful. Service sucked & food was terrible. SpringRolls were soggy & mostly lettuce, & the pad thai tasted like jiff peanut butter! gross. will never go back!
It's the Tom Kha soup, not Khaki, hee hee. The lunch special here is a great, for 7.95 you get an appetizers & an entree. Great contemporary atmosphere & the background music is funky cool
Start off with the firecracker, spring rolls or tulip dumplings. For main courses, I highly recommend the Thai fried rice, sam rot, or pepper steak. I also recommend their brown rice.
The Tom Kah soup & Krab cheese is a must, for starters. The yellow curry with tofu Is full of flavor a coconut basil love. Contemporary atmosphere & great background music
American Thai, its not anywhere near authentic. Try Thai Silk (Formerly red Bamboo) for a authentic experience....this food is over sweetened.
Sea Thai is my most favorite Thai Restaurant. The food still has the flavor of Thailand and has not been adapted to the usual American taste buds.
Thai iced tea. Addicting.