Bon Appe Thai has received the Thai Select Premium Award from the Thai government as one of the best Thai restaurants overseas. The restaurant gives you a taste of Thai cuisine you’re not likely to find outside of Thailand itself. While we specialize in the style of cooking native to central Thailand – the cradle of royal Thai culinary culture – we don’t stop there. Our menu features plenty of dishes that represent the best of authentic home-style Thai cooking.
Kazumi Japanese Cuisine offers traditional Japanese cuisine along with a vast selection of unique sushi rolls, sashimi, and nigiri. Our rice bowls are perfect for lunch, as well as our noodle soups. Our customers can also enjoy our traditional and specialty rolls matched with our premium sake and Japanese beers.
Cozy. Sophisticated. Hip. Classic. King Sushi has it all, and those words don’t just describe the sushi spot’s newly renovated historic log cabin. They also apply to the food. Downtown Jackson’s newest restaurant is the place to dine as much for the atmosphere as it is for the food. King Sushi’s seasoned chef, Jason King, has trained with some of the best in the business. The result of his experience? A refined menu offering traditional and new-school sushi rolls and sashimi, alongside Japanese-style street food, such as noodle bowls, donburi (rice bowls), tempura and more. Find something for everyone, from the King roll with spicy hamachi, tempura jalapeño, tuna, tobiko and amazu to the scallop shooter with sea scallop, negi, tobiko uzura and ponzu. Enjoy happy hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. or dinner daily.
With four different kinds of noodles and almost endless options for building your own meal in a bowl, this spot is quickly becoming a favorite. A full sushi menu and bar brings variety and excitement to the already well-known noodle dishes. Taking inspiration from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam, the dishes at Noodle Kitchen bring a bit of the East to the West. Tease your palate with starters like the Firecracker Shrimp or tempura vegetables before you enjoy either a suggested noodle bowl or something you build yourself with many creative options, including sauces, noodle options and rice choices. Sit at the bar and enjoy one of the fresh-squeezed cocktails, like the Thai Mule, which features SKYY vodka, Soju 24, lime, Thai basil and ginger beer. Everything on the menu is reasonably priced, and there are plenty of gluten-free, vegetarian and kid-friendly dishes, too.
Tucked away in the Aspens, Sudachi celebrates the best flavors and qualities of Japanese cuisine, driven by the desire to provide a world-class sushi experience in our small mountain town. Focusing on freshness and sustainability, Sudachi has created dishes, cocktails and an environment that honor this passion. To accomplish this goal, it has created two restaurants in one. Tuesdays through Fridays are “Sosaku,” or creative sushi nights, with a focus on sashimi, nigiri and creative kitchen specials. Saturdays through Mondays are “Izakaya,” or informal Japanese dining nights, with the emphasis on drinks and shared small plates. Both styles have something for everyone. Specialty cocktails and an evolving sake and wine menu complement the meal perfectly.
Buzzing family-operated, BYOB eatery preparing traditional Thai specialties such as pad Thai.
A restaurant and brewery that plays Kung Fu on the TV and hip hop over the speakers? Part brew pub/part Thai restaurant, we have Thai classics and our take on Thai fusion pub food, and the best beer on the planet…weird? Yeah, we know.
Newly remodeled in 2013, Thai Me Up is the home of Melvin Brewing. We’ve got 20 (yes, twenty) craft beers on tap. Our 3 barrel brewing system, The Shaolin Kloset, is tucked in the back of the restaurant enabling us to brew a fine line of cutting-edge West Coast ales and lagers. With numerous Great American Beer Festival medals and back-to-back Alpha King Championships as just a few of our beer accolades, we are bringing the Ruckus. We’ve been awarded the 2015 GABF Small Brewpub of the Year and 2017 Brewery Group of the Year.
The Phoenix and the Dragon brings made-from-scratch, authentic Chinese cooking to the valley. Located inside Jackson Whole Grocer, this husband- and wife- run business offers up original noodle and rice bowls for an easy lunch or dinner. This isn’t your typical takeout fare. Chef Eric Sakai and his wife, Zarina, owned and operated Restaurant Marron in Seattle. There, Eric won People’s Best New Chef for the Pacific and Northwest in Food and Wine magazine. The Phoenix and the Dragon menu boasts a selection of affordable items inspired by regional flavors, with numerous noodle varieties that are cooked to order. All dishes are dairy-free, with gluten-free and vegan options. Additional toppings include a soft-cooked egg, seasonal veggies, stir-fried shrimp, poached chicken or house-made beef sausage. Make sure to ask about the daily special, too.