Papaya Bay Thai Restaurant
623 Orange St.
Redlands, California 92373
(909) 793-0374

Type Of Cuisine: Thai Food
Monday-Friday 11 am to 3 pm Saturday 11 am to 10 pm Sunday 12 Noon to 9:30 pm
Price Range: Lunch: $6.95 Dinner: $5.95 to $13.95
Type of Dining: Casual
Type of Dress:
Checks Accepted:
Kid Friendly: Older Children

Special Kid's Menu: No
Full Bar: No
Beer and Wine Only: Yes
Reservations Suggested: No

Senior Citizen's Discount: No
Disabled Accessible: Yes
Banquet Room: No
Catering: No
Coupons: No
Entertainment: Yes. Light Jazz every Friday night from 9 pm to 12 midnight (Redlands location only)

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Description of Restaurant
Located off of Orange St. in Redlands is a most beautiful restaurant called Papaya Bay. This lovely Thai restaurant is decorated with magnificent Thai artifacts and furniture with a mix of large colorful European paintings, from the previous Italian restaurant thrown in. The sounds of water trickling down from a waterfall helps to set the memorable dining scene that awaits you. The service is very friendly and inviting and the restaurants has all of the right stuff to make this relaxing and great dining experience.

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Why I Like This Restaurant

From the moment you walk into the restaurant, you know you are in for a special dining experience. In addition to a really calming and beautiful interior, I have found the food to be very tasty and exciting. The dishes are nicely plated and the portions are larger than the majority of other Thai restaurants I have been to. My favorite dishes include the Curry Puffs, the spicy Gang Kour Delight with Shrimp, the unique Co Co Salmon and delicious Basil Lamb and the Hot Jungle Curry. If you are looking for a upscale Thai dining adventure, I highly suggest going to Papaya Bay. Say hi to Paula and Poo for me! Who knows, maybe they will throw you an extra shrimp