• $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks
• Menu boasts traditional Thai fare with plenty of vegetarian options
Exotic Recipes, Local Ingredients
Hailing from central Thailand, co-owner Jitrada Dreier brings recipes from her home country -- and many ingredients from right here in Salt Lake City. Whether you're in the mood for a tasty tom kha or you've simply got a craving for curry, you'll find a menu full of all your Thai favorites, prepared with fresh, local foods; and seasoned with "the perfect amount of spice," according to one reviewer. Try the pad see ew featuring stir-fried rice noodles, garlic, broccoli, and your choice of meat, tastefully drowned in what The Salt Lake Tribune's food writer calls one of the best sweet black bean sauces in the Valley. As a bonus, the streamlined, contemporary décor at this downtown eatery assures you can focus all your attention on what Jitrada and her husband value most: fresh, authentic flavor.
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Best Bean Sauce in the Valley, Says Salt Lake Tribune
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