Addie�s Thai House 

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The duck was perfectly cooked, with just enough fat rendered that the meat gained flavor without losing its luscious nature. Like all good curries, this red curry was too complex to pinpoint any one ingredient; its initial brightness yielded to a good balance of savory and sweet and a lingering chile-generated warmth. Continue reading Ian Froeb's review of Addie's Thai House. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
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Addie's Thai House owners, Louis and Muay Brinckwirth. The restaurant occupies the space that was formerly Thai Buree in Chesterfield. The two met while working at a Thai restaurant in San Jose, California. Louis courted Muay for 10 months before she agreed to go out with him. In 2004, the two moved to St. Louis (Louis' home town) and had always dreamed of opening their own restaurant. Last year, when Addie's opened, their dream was realized.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Flowers adorn every table at Addie’s.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Owners Louis and Muay Brinckwirth went to Thailand to purchase many of the items that can be found decorating the restaurants interior.
Addie's Thai House takes its name from the owners’ daughter, Adelaide.
Louis mentions that if they open a second restaurant, it will perhaps be named after their other child, Henry.
Addie and Henry at their parents’ restaurant, Addie's Thai House.
Miang of Smoked Trout is a "small snack" of flakes of smoked trout, cilanro, shallots and Southeast Asian herbs mixed with a Tai chutney on Bibb leaf lettuce.
Fried Spring Rolls are prepared with cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, cilantro and glass noodles then wrapped in egg roll wrapper and deep-fried. It is served with sweet and sour sauce.
A closer look at the Fried Spring Rolls which is prepared with cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, cilantro and glass noodles then wrapped in egg roll wrapper and deep-fried. It is served with sweet and sour sauce.
Also from the appetizer's menu come the Sweet Potatoes which are deep-fried with coconut flakes. They are served with ground peanuts in a special sweet and sour sauce.
The Tom Ka Salmon is chunks of fresh Atlantic salmon and mushrooms in a coconut broth flavored with galangal, lemongrass, chili paste, cilantro and kaffir lime leaves.
A closer look at the Tom Ka Salmon which is chunks of fresh Atlantic salmon and mushrooms in a coconut broth flavored with galangal, lemongrass, chili paste, cilantro and kaffir lime leaves.
Addie's Thai House offers a Pad Thai Seafood which is prepared with fried, thin rice noodles with garlic, prawns, clamari, egg, tofu, green onions, carrots and bean sprouts. The dish is then topped with ground peanuts and a slightly sweet sauce.
From Addie's drink menu comes the Woodford Mint Julep. It is mixed with Woodford Reserve, gently muddled mint and sugar water and poured over crushed ice. It is served in a traditional steel cup.
The Original Raffles' Singapore Sling is a light, tropical drink made with Bombay Sapphire Gin, Cherry Heering, Dom Benedictine, Cointreau, Agostura Bitters, lime juice, pineapple juice and grenadine.
Addie's Thai House occupies the former Thai Buree in a Chesterfield strip mall.
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Addie's Thai House owners, Louis and Muay Brinckwirth. The restaurant occupies the space that was formerly Thai Buree in Chesterfield. The two met while working at a Thai restaurant in San Jose, California. Louis courted Muay for 10 months before she agreed to go out with him. In 2004, the two moved to St. Louis (Louis' home town) and had always dreamed of opening their own restaurant. Last year, when Addie's opened, their dream was realized.