At Niramit in Bennington, Jariya outlines the five elements she keeps in mind when cultivating a guest's experience. Vermont Country Magazine.

Jennifer Brandt, Vermont Country correspondent.

Situated in the heart of Bennington, Vermont’s South Shire, Taan restaurant sets the standard for culinary excellence. Nestled within a luxurious Victorian-era inn, guests can immerse themselves in Thai splendor in an intimate setting. Inspired by the opulence of luxury hotels and founded on personalized service, Taan promises an unforgettable dining experience that resonates with the charm of yesteryears.

As the vibrant spring season unfolds, Taan unveils an array of new offerings and seasonal delights, inviting guests to embark on a journey of flavors and experiences like no other.

Indulge in Culinary Artistry:


Taan believes in tantalizing both the taste buds and the eyes. Spring brings forth nature’s bounty, with fresh produce handpicked by the team to ensure peak seasonality from local farms, notably ClearBrook, Hill Top Farm, and Earth and Sea for seafood. Each dish is meticulously crafted to showcase the beauty and freshness of these seasonal ingredients, promising a feast for both the palate and the senses.

Supporting Local Communities:


Prioritizing sourcing ingredients from nearby farms and producers reflects Taan’s dedication to sustainability and supporting local communities. Guests are invited to join a virtual journey to a local farm, witnessing firsthand the passion and dedication that goes into cultivating the ingredients gracing their plates.

Craft Cocktails and More:

No springtime celebration is complete without expertly crafted cocktails and refreshing mimosas. Taan’s mixologists have curated a menu of libations featuring fresh herbs, tropical fruits, and exotic spices, ensuring a drink experience like no other. So come in and enjoy cocktails in flavors you have never experienced before. 

Join Us for Springtime Soirees:

Marking calendars for monthly Sunday parties, guests gather around a long table to indulge in a culinary extravaganza fit for royalty.

Each month introduces a new theme, from Victorian elegance to tropical paradise, ensuring every visit to Taan is a unique and unforgettable experience.

Tom Kha Gai, a Thai coconut chicken soup, is prepared at Niramit in Bennington. Vermont Country Magazine.

Embrace the Spirit of Spring:


Taan invites guests to embrace the spirit of spring and embark on a culinary journey celebrating freshness, flavor, and the joy of gathering with loved ones. Join Taan as they create enduring memories and inspire the desire to return one delectable dish at a time. Experience springtime splendor at this beautiful Thai restaurant within Vermont’s South Shire in Bennington.

Jennifer Brandt is a born and raised Vermonter and a recent Brooklyn transplant. She has worked as a freelance writer and event coordinator for the past decade focusing on food and Intersection with social justice issues. She has combined her passion for food and sustainable food systems with her Indigenous heritage by creating a series with MOFAD celebrating North American Indigenous folks in the food world. When not touring cities and the back roads of the Vermont countryside in search of the endless array of food and culture, you can find her taking Instagram photos of her rescue pup Bagel.

Vermont Country magazine

Vermont Country has a hyperlocal focus on the Green Mountain lifestyle, its personalities, events, attractions and culture. The magazine appears six times a year, designed to complement the state and four-season living. VtCo magazine is a Southern Vermont publication of Vermont News & Media.

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