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d'anna thai kitchen in marina californiaWelcome to
D'Anna Thai Kitchen

We invite you to experience our authentic Thai cuisine and Thai-California fusion dishes in our casual, comfortable restaurant. Please come join us for lunch or dinner Monday through Saturday.

Our restaurant is located in Marina, California just one half block east of Del Monte Blvd at 210 Reindollar Ave. (Reindollar is at the bottom of the northbound Hwy 1 Marina/Del Monte off-ramp). Behind our cozy restaurant you'll find ample and well-lit off-street parking.

For your convenience, on our website we feature both our Lunch and Dinner menus and photos of many dishes, including D'Anna's Lunch Specials (served Mon-Fri from 11:30am-3pm) and our New Dinner Specials (served Mon-Sat from 5-9pm).

At your request, all of our dishes can be served mild, medium or spicy. We offer a large selection of dish options for vegetarians and are happy to honor any special requests.

In addition to traditional Thai iced coffee and tea drinks, we offer a selection of house wines from Domaine Napa and Salmon Creek, sake and beers from around the world including Thailand's own Singha. Feel free to enjoy your beverage or meal alfresco on our outdoor deck (weather permitting).

Reservations are recommended for large groups. Take-out and phone-ahead orders are welcome. We also offer take-out catering for fuctions both large and small (please contact us well in advance for catering).

My friendly staff and I look forward to seeing you soon!
– Owner and Chef Anna Sawadpeera

 

 

"It’s a likable, informal restaurant to which one might easily form an attachment, whether for a quick meal, take out, or hanging out."
– Jeanne Howard of the Monterey County Weekly, 3/26/09)