$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Fusion Cuisine for Dinner at Racha Thai & Asian Kitchen

Southcenter Location

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Chef Deang draws on recipes collected during owner Punya Tipyasothi’s two-month culinary journey to craft spicy Thai curries

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Expires Oct 30th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table/party. Valid for dinner and dine-in only. Not valid at the bar or hot pot area. Not valid on Labor Day. Valid only at Southcenter Location. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid with any other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Thai cuisine is intense and complicated, like the reasons your uncle is staying with us for a while. Make room for this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Fusion Cuisine for Dinner

Traditional Thai dishes include a beef noodle soup topped with seared garlic, cilantro, and green onion ($8.95), a golden duck entrée steamed in herbs and deep fried ($24.95), and a pud thai woon sen noodle dish ($14.95) made with silky woon sen noodles and prawns. This Groupon is valid only at the Southcenter Mall location. See the menu.

Racha Thai & Asian Kitchen

Many restaurateurs defer to their chefs’ better judgment when devising their menus, but Punya Tipyasothi wasn’t content to sit on the sidelines. Before opening Racha Thai & Asian Kitchen, he embarked on a two-month culinary tour of Thailand, stopping to sample dishes from street carts, esteemed restaurants, and vending machines throughout the country. From this trip, he gleaned enough recipes to craft a versatile, exciting menu of Thai fusion cuisine upon his return to the States.

Chef Deang works to match this remarkable commitment, crafting five styles of curry from scratch and with varying levels of spiciness. When he isn’t cooking traditional Thai entrees such as duck in ginger sauce or pud thai, Chef Deang fills his wok with Asian dishes inspired by the lands that border Thailand.

Racha Thai & Asian Kitchen

Many restaurateurs defer to their chefs’ better judgment when devising their menus, but Punya Tipyasothi wasn’t content to sit on the sidelines. Before opening Racha Thai & Asian Kitchen, he embarked on a two-month culinary tour of Thailand, stopping to sample dishes from street carts, esteemed restaurants, and vending machines throughout the country. From this trip, he gleaned enough recipes to craft a versatile, exciting menu of Thai fusion cuisine upon his return to the States.

Chef Deang works to match this remarkable commitment, crafting five styles of curry from scratch and with varying levels of spiciness. When he isn’t cooking traditional Thai entrees such as duck in ginger sauce or pud thai, Chef Deang fills his wok with Asian dishes inspired by the lands that border Thailand.