Thai Restaurants in Lehi

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12147 Factory Outlet Dr.
Draper,
UT
US

Set within a warm, romantic atmosphere that melds modern accouterments with ancient mystique, Thai Basil regales foreign fare finders with a menu of Asian fusion cuisine. Commence exotic eating excursions with a cream-cheese-stuffed crab cheese wonton ($4.95) or lemongrass mussels ($7.95), or dive into a squall of stir-fried shrimp swimming in a spicy sea of tamarind sauce ($11.50 at dinner). The red-curry chicken slathered in peanut sauce ($9.95 at dinner) tantalizes taste buds, and the stir-fried dynamite noodles delight pasta-prone diners and consternates cartoon coyotes with an explosive sauce, diffused with chicken, beef, or tofu ($8.95, $9.95 for shrimp). Veggie-philes can sink their herbivorous teeth into the thai eggplant ($8.50) as they partake in a sudsy potable from the full bar.

2778 W 12600 S
Riverton,
UT
US

Pad Thai Siam takes its name from a dish that symbolizes the balance of sweet, tart, and savory flavors that characterizes Thai cuisine. The mélange of noodles comes stir-fried in tangy tamarind juice, spicy peppers, savory peanuts, and zesty lime, and the rest of the menu lives up to this tradition of blending flavors and spices. Rich, piquant coconut milk curries pop with sweet basil and beds of steamed vegetables sport crowns of garlic-seasoned pork. Like a pair of tin cans connected by a long rice noodle, the restaurant unites faraway places through food, with Japanese udon soups, teriyaki steaks, and crisp shrimp tempura sharing table space with southeast Asian treats.

934 N State St
Orem,
UT
US

Andaman Kitchen’s chefs fill their pantries with locally sourced ingredients to craft dishes that strike the balance of sweet, sour, and spicy flavors essential in Thai cooking. They simmer tender pieces of chicken and pork in creamy red or green curries and drizzle lemony Thai-style dressing onto troops of deep-fried shrimp. Out in the dining room, sky blue walls and decorative Eastern statues surround tables scattered with a variety of noodle dishes, from plates of pad thai to bowls of glass-noodle soup that must be handled carefully to avoid shattering.

816 Sandy Dunes Drive
Sandy,
UT
US

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8801 S 700 E
Sandy,
UT
US

For 17 years, Gayle Layton owned a large salon in Salt Lake City. She's since moved away from the noise of the city and into the cozy Hair, Heart & Soul Salon, a quaint brick building with a spacious porch exuding homey charm. Although she's downsized her space, she offers myriad services. Stylists snip chic coifs and apply trendy ombre color, nail techs provide pampering pedicures and adorn digits with Shellac polish and nail art, and aestheticians whisk away unwanted facial fuzz.

854 E Fort Union Blvd
Midvale,
UT
US