Discover Restaurants offering the best Thai food in Whippany, New Jersey, United States. Whippany is an unincorporated community located within Hanover Township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. Whippany's name is derived from the Whippanong Native Americans, a tribe that once inhabited the area. Whippanong meant "place of the willows", named for the trees growing along the banks of the Whippany River.
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4 based on 38 reviews
It's a family oriented restaurant. Great for "getting together with friends", "eating out with the family", & "business dinner/lunch meeting". We served many different cuisines in Japanese, Thai and Asian. We can accommodate reservations. We always take c
We've eaten here three times since finding out about the place from a local. Also had a meal delivered once.So far everything we've tried exceeds expectations and that includes something from each of their main categories. Best Pad Thai we've ever had.Without question, Mintea has quickly become one of our go to places.The menu is vast and perhaps overly complex but so far everything has been good. The Thai style foods are made without some key ingredients, Thai chilies and galangal, it's good not great and don't expect much heat. Spicy dishes have mild heat ... won't scare anyone off!
4 based on 47 reviews
I had the vegetable spring rolls as an appetizer and green curry with tofu for the main course. Both were good. The service was was very good and attentive. Would eat here again but will also try other similar restaurants in the area.
4 based on 36 reviews
This restaurant has such an extensive menu that there's something for everyone( which is one of the reasons my wife's company often has office lunches there.)I started off our lunch with Wonton soup ( hot and delicious on a cold day ) my wifehad Miso soup which she also enjoyed. For an entree I had Pork Mixed Vegetables(sliced pork with red peppers, broccoli, zucchini ( i think ) all nice and crunchy.)My wife had Shrimp Mango Passion ( fresh, large shrimp and mangos ) which she enjoyed, but I guess I'm not much for mangos because they had a rather bland taste.) For dessert we shared Muchi Red Bean Ice Cream which seems to besome sort of gelatin outer covering with an ice cream center. A little unusual mouthfeel (having a warm outer cover and cold vanilla center) but very tasty. Service wasexcellent, friendly and efficient. They also have the best green tea I've hadanywhere.
4 based on 54 reviews
We took my mother (age 95) to this restaurant for dinner this past weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed everything. Their food is extremely tasty and appears to be fairly authentic. It is also served in large portions by friendly waitresses...a totally great place! (And their fresh shrimp spring rolls are good too!)
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