Authentic and delicious Thai food in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Manao. In Thai, it’s the word for lime. In Seattle, Manao is an exciting new way to experience authentic and delicious Thai food in vibrant east Capitol Hill, located on the corner of East Pine and 13th Avenue.
Our menu has all the Thai dishes you’ve come to know and love, along with dishes you have yet to discover, including selections from Thailand’s Isan region and specials that demonstrate our kitchen’s creativity. Our open kitchen allows you to watch your dish come alive with fresh ingredients and arrive at your table blazing with flavor and life.
We want you to feel like family at Manao, so we welcome you to dine in our cozy and casual dining room decorated in reclaimed wood and industrial metal, an homage to Bangkok’s abundant street-side eateries with a modern twist.
At Manao, we are committed to building lasting relationships with our customers, and we know that starts with great food, affordable prices, and a friendly staff.
Welcome to Manao!
A Thai Food experience you’ve been waiting for, and an experience we’re excited to give you.
Let's chowdown family-style!!
Spicy Noodle Soup and Chicken Satay washed down with a cold Singha Beer
Our Phad Ba Mee will have you hooked!
We wanna stuff your face today! :) Come visit us!
This cold and wet Seattle morning calls for comfort food for lunch! Rad Nah and Phad See Ew 😊
Dinner time! Phad Thai with shrimp and tender beef :)
Warm up at Manao with some Thai soul food today! Come feast on our Kao Soi Gai and Som Tum (papaya salad)
Here is a nice article about the food at Manao Thai Street Eats :)
Of the cuisines I love, Thai food is one that I can never get enough of. We've all been to Thai restaurants with multi-colored curries, pad thai with ketchup, and dangerously unpredictable "star" rating systems. While I have no complaints picking my curry color of the week, it's refreshing to see a menu that breaks the cookie-cutter nature of many restaurants.....
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We have had such a wonderful first year, we made so many great new friends and we love all the regulars that have made this journey so special. Here are some photos from our blessing last weekend by the monks from Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery :)
This weekend we will be offering a new special you will love! Kao Mhok Gai! Commonly described as the Thai version of Chicken Biryani, it originated in Southern Thailand with Persian merchants that introduced their cooking methods to the native Thai. Herb and spice marinated chicken, yellow flagrant rice, crispy shallots, and nam jim sauce.
|Monday||11am - 10pm|
|Tuesday||11am - 10pm|
|Wednesday||11am - 10pm|
|Thursday||11am - 10pm|
|Friday||11am - 10pm|
|Saturday||12pm - 10pm|
|Sunday||12pm - 9pm|
A new taste of Asian/Thai fusion
Very authentic Thai restaurant and lounge built from a century old teak house.
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The 1st Thai Vegan in the Northwest. The only truly Thai Vegan.
Thai Curry Simple : : : Bangkok Street Eating Place Seattle
Traditional Thai Food consists of four different tastes:hot-spicy, sour, sweet and salt. "If it's not hot, it's not Thai"
Serving Capitol Hill Since 2003