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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  • Orhun Unsal   Mar 26, 2020

    Amazing apres spot for spicy yummy Thai food in Jackson. Staple of every visit! Very chill vibe and delicious dishes.

  • Grace S   Mar 20, 2020

    Amazing Thai food! I was very impressed and still crave for it to this day! Will have to make a trip back just to eat here.

  • JB McRee   Jun 08, 2019

    Staff was informative, efficient and friendly and the food was delicious. Panang curry with crispy duck was #1 for each of the four I dined with. Would love to be back. Sadly, I live in Seattle!

  • Blazius   Jul 02, 2019

    This is the only healthy place to eat in Teton Village. While it's not authentic Thai flavor, it is good and it is healthy. It is within 5-minute walking distance from the Village. We ended up eating here three consecutive days since every other place here served expensive unhealthy food. Definitely recommend. Just wish they'd cook their vegetables a little longer; every dish we got they were nearly raw.

  • Jacey Berg   Jun 04, 2020

    Excellent food. Highly recommend. We got the steamed dumplings, beef Pad Thai, pork fried rice, and yellow chicken curry. It was all amazing but the yellow curry was my favorite. The staff was attentive and great. Spice levels run hot, so don't go crazy and get a 4 or 5. And if you're really unsure, ask for the spice on the side to add it yourself.

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