The tiny Cake Thai serves some of Miami’s best Thai food and the original Upper East Side location is great for a quick casual meal or takeout. The simple space only has a handful of tables, but the menu will give you plenty to look at. It’s very big and includes curries, stir-fries, veggies, noodles, fried rice, salads, soups, and an appetizer selection (the southern Thai-style fried chicken is excellent). It’s also good to remember that Cake Thai is open till 11pm on the weekend in case you’re in need of a good late dinner option.
Cake Thai Kitchen is permanently closed.
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