Authentic Thai Cuisine
Lunch Specials Monday – Friday

The Owner

“I cook from the heart and really try to treat my customers as if they are family.”

-Kelly Beaumont

Thai Lanna offers Authentic Thai Cuisine for Lunch and Dinner. Stop in today and let the owner, Kruawan “Kelly” and Chef Noi cook you up some delicious Thai Cuisine.

Kelly has been a business owner for close to 20 years, with 15 years as a salon owner and now as a restaurant owner. She worked for 3 years as a PSA at Methodist Hospital and then for 5 years in the restaurant at Embassy Suites Hotel on Michigan Road. She studied at The School of Thai & International Food Academy in Bangkok, Thailand.

Thai Lanna offers a great menu full of Great Tasting Thai Dishes … we hope to serve you soon!

Chef’s Recommendations

13. Thai Lanna Combination Sampler $11.95
Thai Egg Roll, Chicken Satay, Fried Wonton, French Fries & Crab Cake

29. Pahd Thai $11.95
Stir-fried rice noodle, egg, green onion, bean sprouts and ground peanut

Contact Us

Thai Lanna Restaurant
9655 East US 36 Suite I
Avon, Indiana 46123

Call 317-426-3420

Thai Lanna Restaurant of Avon Indiana

Thai Lanna Restaurant
9655 East US 36 Suite I
Avon, Indiana 46123
317-426-3420 phone
317-426-5888 fax

Songkran

Songkran is a Thai traditional New Year which starts on April 13 every year and lasts for 3 days. Songkran festival on April 13 is Maha
Songkran Day or the day to mark the end of the old year. April 14 is Wan Nao which is the day after and April 15 is Wan Thaloeng Sok which is the New Year begins. Songkran means “movement” ir “changing” since according to Thai astrology, the sun will move into a new sign of the Zodiac on this day.
Songkran is also called the “Water Festival”. Water is believed to flow and wash away all bad omens during this time. Thus, it is a time for cleaning; houses, villages, temples and spirit houses.

Loi Krathong

Loi Krathong ( also written as Loy Krathong or Loy Gratong Thai: ลอยกระทง) is a festival celebrated annually throughout Thailand and certain parts of Laos and Burma (in the Shan State). The name could be translated “Floating Crown” or “Floating Decoration”, and comes from the tradition of making buoyant decorations which are then floated on a river.

Yi Peng Loi Krathing coincides with the Lanna (northern Thai) festival known as “Yi Peng” (Thai: ยี่เป็ง). A multitude of Lanna-style sky lanterns (khom loi (Thai: โคมลอย).