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I came from Los Angeles not to long ago, as a new Las Vegas resident. I was used to the fancy vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Southern California. So obviously I was looking for something to match up. This place is pretty sweet. Loved the soy duck curry and the pad-thai noodles with soy fish. The waitress was extremely nice and the people seemed very well-mannered.
I went there in May and came back in July. It was as great as I remembered, Don’t be fooled by the outside appearance or the other Thai restaurant next door. In May, I think I was the only non-local in there. Someone would come in and they’d be asked if they wanted their usual – my kind of place….
Chicken Panang was exceptional…been to this restaurant every time I’ve been to Vegas and I’ve never been disappointed. 2 thumbs up
This place has been serving the area for decades. The food is so perfect and you can tell they really care. The staff is so helpful and friendly. They can get tour groups which can make service slow so allow yourself some time, it’s worth it.
#8. Komol Restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada. AAA One Diamond Restaurant
The small Thai restaurant, tucked away in a retail center, is known for its delicious family recipes and friendly service. The extensive menu includes authentic Thai cuisine with numerous vegetarian and vegan versions. Selections include seaweed soup, crispy spinach, fried corn served with cucumber salad, vegetarian satay and sweet and sour tofu.
Ask a local, and you’ll hear that Komol is home to some of Las Vegas’s best pad thai and spring rolls. Despite the aging storefront and muted interior, the Thai eatery can send the senses into overload with curry and satay dishes – take care, the spicier dishes are VERY spicy. A handful of tofu and vegetarian options is available as well. Pineapple fried rice is a favorite with regulars, who keep coming back for more healthy, tasty fare.
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When people think Las Vegas thai food, it’s usually Lotus of Siam. Fortunately I’ve found a Thai restaurant in Las Vegas, that’s been around for many years, that’s actually meaningfully better than Lotus of Siam, at least if you order correctly. I had lunch at Komol which is in the same strip mall as Lotus of Siam (score one for competition!).
Open since 1986, East Side favorite Komal offers praiseworthy Thai fare as well as one of the largest vegan and vegetarian menus in the area. Vegetarian entrees include dishes such as cashew tofu, stir-fried daikon pancakes, and stir-fried pumpkin with basil leaves.
Komol Restaurant has been around since 1986 for a reason, and is a favorite of both locals and tourists alike. Using traditional Thai cooking techniques, Komol is also unafraid of the occasional modern twist, and offers an extensive vegetarian menu. Dishes are meant to be shared, so bring friends and family.
Vegetarians, like the majority of health conscious eaters, might be weary of Vegas that admittedly caters more to the party people than the health conscious community. But, if you are a vegetarian living in or just traveling through Vegas, there is one place you have to try: Komol.
For almost three decades, Komol has been consistently recognized as one of the best—if not the best—Thai/Vegetarian restaurant in Las Vegas.
#2. Komol Thai Restaurant
These vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas will make any healthy food aficionado craving for more! Although there aren’t plenty of healthy options in the Sin City, the ones that do exist are quite good. Whether you prefer raw food, or crave tofu masked as real meat, you can find it all here!
T took me to the award-winning Komol Restaurant at the Commercial Center (Las Vegas) last weekend. By award-winning, I mean they are considered one of the best Thai restaurants in Vegas. Having grown up with a Thai nanny as well as been to Thailand countless times, it is as authentic as it comes, in Vegas.
Komol has been around forever, and no one talks about it anymore, but the food was straight from the wok and fryer, done to a turn, and quite earthy and spicy — all of which made us regret we hadn’t been strolling more often across the parking lot whenever a table at Lotus is hard to score.
I really enjoy eating at Komol, their Thai food never disappoints me. I’ve been coming here since I was kid… Maybe that’s why I’m so attached to this place! The staff is always friendly, offer great service, and my friends and I have had nice conversations with them!