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$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Cuisine at Thai Cottage

Sacramento

87% of 560 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Chefs concoct authentic Thai fare such as panang red curry & deep-fried spring rolls served with plum sauce

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 8/27/12. Dine-in only. Not valid for lunch specials, happy hour menu, or other specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

It's always inadvisable to bite the hand that feeds you, especially since it's usually your own hand and the food is on the fork part anyway. Sink your teeth into this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Cuisine

Authentic Thai dishes served for dinner, including panang red curry ($9.95), pad thai ($9.95), and chicken satay with sweet peanut sauce ($6.95).

Thai Cottage

Bright yellow and orange walls, with sparse decorations and the occasional Buddha statuette, enclose guests at Thai Cottage. Here, chefs continue the eatery's tradition—which is more than a decade old—of creating authentic Thai fare in a family-friendly atmosphere. The menu catalogs specialty dishes such as deep-fried spring rolls and Pad Prik King, a mix of long beans, kaffir lime, and rice in coconut milk and red curry. And a full bar allows guests to enjoy a Sam Smith IPA or a Toasted Head chardonnay sourced from an in-state vineyard. These smooth libations can be called upon after patrons try some of Thai Cottage's spiciest fare, which, as The Sacramento Bee's Blair Anthony Robertson wrote in a review of the restaurant, "…was runny nose in July hot, chug-a-lug the water hot, take out a lighter and put the flame to your tongue hot."

Thai Cottage

Bright yellow and orange walls, with sparse decorations and the occasional Buddha statuette, enclose guests at Thai Cottage. Here, chefs continue the eatery's tradition—which is more than a decade old—of creating authentic Thai fare in a family-friendly atmosphere. The menu catalogs specialty dishes such as deep-fried spring rolls and Pad Prik King, a mix of long beans, kaffir lime, and rice in coconut milk and red curry. And a full bar allows guests to enjoy a Sam Smith IPA or a Toasted Head chardonnay sourced from an in-state vineyard. These smooth libations can be called upon after patrons try some of Thai Cottage's spiciest fare, which, as The Sacramento Bee's Blair Anthony Robertson wrote in a review of the restaurant, "…was runny nose in July hot, chug-a-lug the water hot, take out a lighter and put the flame to your tongue hot."


Reviews

Overall, a good place for Thai food.

Eileen C, Yelp, 3/23/12

Tips

87% of 560 customers recommend

  • “I would like to bring a large group (about 5 to 6 couples/families) but the establishment would not issue each family their own bill; so, unfortunately, I would not...”

    “I would like to bring a large group (about 5 to 6 couples/families) but the establishment would not issue each family their own bill; so, unfortunately, I would not choose this restaurant for our groups' monthly dinner.”

  • “very nice wait service”

  • “fixing air conditioner”

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    Sacramento

    943 Howe Ave.

    Sacramento, California 95825

    916-929-5915

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