True Passion Brings Amazing Tastes

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We emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components with a spicy edge. We are known for our complex interplay of at least three and up to five fundamental taste senses in each dish: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy. If it's your first time eating Thai, we promise you won't be disappointed when dining with us.

Eat Together

Every plate achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour — even dessert.

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What Our

Customers Say

All were perfect.
Our host was keen on Gluten Allergies and prepared some of dishes special to order. The quality was certainly far better than all Thai cuisine locations in Massachusetts.
— Savannah K., Hoffman Estates, IL
We tried crab Rangoons,
the best we’ve ever had. Delicious!
— Stephen C., Saugus, MA
This place is awesome!
Really great authentic food and the servers are the sweetest/super attentive!
I never leave reviews but I’m passionate about this place!
— Leslie P., Everett, MA


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For Thai people, rice is a main component that we have in every dish. Rice is also known as “Kow” in Thai. We use the term “Kin Kow” to invite people to join our lunch or dinner. When someone says “Kin Kow”, it means inviting you to join the table which surrounded by friends and family. There will also be a plenty of food and rice in front of you.

When we were young, our family had run a street food in the city near Bangkok. Everyday after they close the restaurant, they would call us to “Kin Kow” together. Everytime we had dinner with them, we felt that this was the way to spend time together, get updated from everyone, exchange and discuss ideas with our loved ones.

Once we come to the U.S., we still want to keep the sense of happiness moment when people are having food together, sharing daily story, and hanging out together. We have never lost my passion to bring everyone to “Kin Kow” together. It just starts from having good food with rice and ending the meal with happiness.

Welcome to Rice Passions.

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