Teton Thai – Teton Village

Teton Thai Teton Village, Granite Loop Road, Teton Village, WY, USA

Teton Thai is an authentic, family-owned Thai restaurant sitting in the shadow of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming. Backed by endless tunes, the stellar staff dishes up tasty curries, noodles, and other Thai classics to satisfy the appetites of hungry skiers, snowboarders, and summer visitors. When the weather is warm, the place to be is out on the deck: try the Roasted Duck Curry and cool down with a Spiked Thai Tea. A word of warning: when they ask you about spice level – they’re serious!

After winning nine Best of Jackson Hole awards since 2015 alone, Teton Thai is truly a Jackson Hole spot that is not to be missed.

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  • Jon Kashner   Aug 29, 2020

    Edit: At the end of the night, after I wrote this review they did refund me. I am gonna leave this up for now though because of the frustration . Worst restaurant experience of all time. That this is my only review should speak volumes to that. I never received my food, though I paid for it. I'm from out of town and when I called the order I didn't realize there was two locations. They either didn't tell me or I didn't understand. I show up to the wrong location, the guy at the counter tells me it happens all the time. I call Thai Teton to get my money back and they wont give it to me. Then the manager makes fun of me for not knowing what state I'm in. That's fine and everything but I made the call on speaker phone with someone who has lived here for a while and she agrees that they did not identify themselves audibly as the Wyoming location. This place is so overpriced I'm now out 80 dollars for 2 entrees and a appetizer that I never got. I feel like I just got robbed or maybe scammed. I guess I can contest the charges but what a pain. Dont go here!!!!! Never give out your card number on the phone before you receive the food!!

  • Cindy Guan   Aug 05, 2020

    Amazing food! We ended up ordering take out from Teton Thai for three consecutive meals. We’ve tried Spicy Fried Rice(w/chicken),Thai Fried Rice(w/beef), Pad Thai, Pineapple Fried Rice, Crying Tiger, Short Ribs and of course the mango sticky rice. All of them were amazing. We’ve ordered everything on a 5-star spicy level, which was truly spicy! Loved it! Overall this restaurant is a little pricey but given that Teton Village is a touristy place I’d say it’s kinda expected.

  • Lauren Fournier   Oct 11, 2020

    Do NOT eat here. We ordered two dishes and an appetizer; it took TWO HOURS for the dishes to be ready. The staff lied twice about when it would be available, forcing us (and others) to wait for 45 minutes outside in the cold until the order was done. They did not seem remorseful and charged their automatic 20 percent gratuity and full price for the dinner. Awful customer service experience completely overshadowed the food.

  • Eric W   Aug 27, 2020

    Please consider more transparent posting of service charges this is better business practice. I was charged double posted charge online (primary source of menu since dine in is not allowed across country with COVID). I'm very aware COVID hurts servers and service charges have there place. Its less about the cost and more undisclosed charges on pickup. Just be straight up or tell me briefly on the phone, or post on Facebook the changes if your website gives your small business fits. I didn't see mention of changes briefly on the paper menu either when picked up in person, maybe its there. Food is fairly good maybe a 4. Rice based stir fry was tasty, but vegetables were in there a bit long to soften. More a wok saute. The beef was decent quality. I would recommend those who order that not go above 3. The level 3 spicy borders on almost overpowering any other dish taste. So if you want spice for spice sake only order a 4 or 5. If I'd do it again I'd go a 2. Not all thai food needs be extremely spicy, nor are all dishes traditionally super hot. I'd give 3.5 overall for the experience. I did enjoy the patio garden greenery, nice contrast to parched August Teton area scenery.

  • Stephen Benesh   Oct 21, 2020

    Stopped by the village for food and was excited to see excellent reviews. Had the Pad Gar Pow Duck which is delicious with really pleasant spiciness (I got 2 out of 5 on their recommendation). Girlfriend got the panang curry which tasted fresh and rich enough to fill up even after a long day. In summary, the reviews don't lie. Best Thai.

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