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Three of Atlanta's best Thai eateries

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA – Thai food is a famous cuisine that is in high demand all around the world. Many Thai dishes are vegan in nature, consisting primarily of fruits, peanuts, and vegetables.

Hazel Analytics, a food industry company, evaluates and regulates healthy food in the United States to assist restaurants and customers in ensuring the quality of their cuisine. The following Thai restaurants in Atlanta add a new dimension to this subtropical state with their original spices and creative meals.

1. 26 Thai Kitchen & Bar

26 Thai Kitchen & Bar, or known as 26 Thai, is a Thai restaurant located at 541 Main St NE F170 Atlanta. This restaurant is open every day from 11:30 am until 10:00 pm. The 26 Thai has been scored as a healthy food by Hazel Analytics with a score of 91 from a total of 100. This restaurant is MSG-free, with every ingredient made from scratch. Dine-in, takeouts, and catering for parties are available.

2. Tum Pok Pok

Tum Pok Pok is located at 5000 Buford Hwy NE Atlanta and is open every day from 11:00 am until 10:00 pm. This restaurant is locally owned and operated large group friendly, and vegetarian friendly. Hazel Analytics has scored tum Pok Pok with a score of 89 from a total of 100. This Thair restaurant is open since 2021 and is considered to be a new place. Dine-in, takeouts, and delivery are available.

3. Little Bangkok

Little Bangkok is a Thai restaurant located at 2225 Cheshire Bridge Rd Ne Atlanta and opens from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and opens again in the evening from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm. This restaurant is serving both Thai and Chinese cuisines. Little Bangkok marked a high score by Hazel Analytics with a score of 97 from 100. This place provides private lot parking, vegan options, and sizeable group-friendly service.

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