Sang Thai Restaurant has garnered local praise for its pan-Asian cuisine; diners even crowned it Favourite Thai Restaurant on the 2012 Tri-City News A LIst. Inside, bright red walls and hanging lamps surround guests as they dine on Thai and Asian specialties, including curry, fried rice, and clay-pot dishes. Wooden pillars divide the sleek, minimalist dining room into two sections. A bar decorated with martini glasses and figurines stands next to a wall of illuminated bamboo that frequently attracts botanists eager to nibble on it.
Although the cooks at Happy Mom's Cafe look across the Pacific for their recipes and culinary inspiration, they guarantee freshness by sourcing ingredients from local producers. This commitment to vibrant flavours also extends to their cooking methods, such as bubbling hot pots of trans-fat-free canola oil that heat meats and vegetables without exposing them to open flames. The menu features a number of vegetarian options alongside meatier plates of pork spareribs and beef chop suey in curry sauce.