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A nice surprise to find a touch of Thailand in Florida. There is a Thai temple and many food stalls. You can visit the temple (don't forget to take off your shoes) where you can see the interesting decor.
Lots of food stalls, serving all...More
Who knew that so close to Tampa ( 16 minutes from South Tampa/Davis Island via the Selmon) was this little gem? Unique place to find authentic, delicious Thai food, a lovely Buddhist temple, picnic tables riverside where you can sit with others and share a...More
Yes, Tampa can be a morning Cultural delight. Just on the south-end of town at "The Thai Temple in Riverview. A special Sunday open air market for cultural delights al-fresco. Eat pipe-ping hot spices from white cardboard containers al-fresco besides the fast flowing river on...More
If you love Thai food, go early Sunday morning as soon as they open. Thai families cook a wide variety of dishes and desserts to eat on the shaded picnic tables by the river and/or take food home. We ate and then bought extra food...More
Great food ...where else can you get authentic Thai food in the backyard of a Thai Temple....in Tampa😮
We enjoyed the papaya salad, the fried bananas and sweet potatoes, the grilled chicken and the chicken satay! Yummy and brought some home.
The Thai tea is...More
Visiting the temple on a Sunday morning is a great experience if you enjoy Thai food and have a bit of patience. This authentic Thai worship center sets up a huge food experience on Sundays from 8:30-1:00. There are a variety of food stations ranging...More
Visiting this venue is a must for those who enjoy Thai food. On a large swath of land on the river, the Thai temple provides lunch on Sunday. People watching is mandatory, being amongst many people is bound to happen, but Provisions are made to...More
I never tire of breakfast/lunch at the temple when I'm able to swing through St. Pete on a Sunday morning.
Always bring cash in small bills, and notice where there are lines to put in your orders early. The longest line may be for khanom...More