910-864-2014

195 Starpoint Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28303
(N Reilly Rd Location)

910-677-0100

1342 Bragg Blvd.
Fayetteville, NC 28301

About the Thai Pepper

About Thai Pepper:

Thai Pepper is the oldest Thai restaurant in Fayetteville, North Carolina. With locations convenient to nearby Army base, Fort Bragg, Thai Pepper satisfies customers at their two locations with exotic dishes from Thailand and traditional American Chinese fare on a daily lunch and dinner menu that features many delicious choices, including thai noodle soups, pud thai noodles, thai curries and desserts, like thai bananas in sticky rice. Thai Pepper offers restaurant visitors the choice of dining in or carry out six days a week, including a lunch buffet and a Friday night dinner buffet(Bragg Blvd. location only).

Local newspaper publication Up & Coming Weekly has named Thai Pepper in their Best of Fayetteville issue every year for the past seven years. Residents of Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, NC vote for their local favorites in the annual competition.

 

About Thailand:

Thailand is a country located in Southeast Asia, known to tourists because of its beautiful beaches and rich culture. The country is home to nearly 65 million residents, with over nine million of them within the country's capital of Bangkok. While Thai is the official language, English is widely spoken. Visitors to Thailand experience a culture that is robust and unique.

Thailand

From bustling city street markets where they can purchase goods like Thai silk, bamboo artifacts, antiques, jewelry, tailor-made clothes and more, to the traditionally hot and spicy food choices. National food specialities include a coconut milk soup called “Tom Yam” and the popular rice noodles dish, “Pad Thai”, made with shrimp or chicken.

On December 26, 2004, Thailand was hit by its worst natural disaster. In one day, three tsunami's struck the country, resulting in thousands of deaths and over 350 million U.S. Dollars in damage. Despite the destruction left in the aftermath of the tsunami's, Thailand has rebuilt itself to become a favorite vacation spot for tourists once again.