There’s a new one-of-a-kind boxing-themed restaurant opening in Toronto that combines Thai culture, delectable cuisine, and the art of Muay Thai all under one roof. The team behind Toronto’s beloved Thai House Cuisine and Thay Thai Bar, have unveiled their latest venture, Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar. And in celebration of its opening, they are offering guests free pad thai. Here’s what to know.

Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar will soon open its doors in the Queen West neighbourhood at 325 Queen St West, offering an immersive experience that goes beyond the typical dining affair.

On March 9th, the restaurant will have its grand opening, welcoming guests with celebratory free pad thai for customers (while supplies last) and Thai-themed trivia with cash prizes from 12 PM to 2 PM.

Chef Inchai Tabun, renowned for his culinary prowess and years of experience in Thai cuisine, brings his passion for cooking and love for Muay Thai to the forefront.

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Having began his culinary journey in his hometown of Chiang Mai, Tabun worked his way up to become a chef de partie at a five-star Thai restaurant. Since his move to Toronto in 2002, he has graced the city with his culinary expertise, which led to the eventual opening of Thai House Cuisine in 2012.

“My menus are most inspired by sharing ideas with other chefs and finding the freshest ingredients throughout my travels. I combine my hometown cooking skills with modern techniques to create Thai dishes that are both relevant and authentic,” said Chef Tabun.

That being said, with this new venture, Tabun wanted to blend his love for cooking and Muay Thai when creating the menu.

The menu at Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar is a symphony of flavors, featuring signature dishes like the Crispy Miang Kham, Crispy Catfish Flake Salad, Thai Street Pad Thai Shrimps & Hoy Tod, and the hero item, Vancouver Crab Fried Rice.

These mouthwatering creations pay homage to the robust and diverse tapestry of Thai cuisine.

Complementing the delectable dishes are an array of thoughtfully crafted drinks. Explore the wonderful flavours of the zesty Knock Out Punch, fiery Spicy Boxer, and the elegant Thai Tea Martini.

Its drink menu promises a journey through Thai-inspired mixology. The hero cocktail, Beautiful Boxer, pays homage to Thai boxer and former champion, Parinya Charoenphol, reflecting strength, beauty, and allure.

As for its interior design, it’s a visual feast, adorned with traditional Thai colors, Muay Thai artwork by a talented Thai artist, punching bags, and boxing ring-style ropes.

Reservations for the Muay Thai Restaurant and Bar will soon be available through OpenTable, and patrons can also enjoy the unique offerings through delivery and pick-up via UberEats, SkipTheDishes, DoorDash, Ritual, and an online portal on the restaurant’s website.

Get ready to enjoy a world of flavours with every bite.