Thai cuisine is intense and complicated, like the reasons your uncle is staying with us for a while. Make room for this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of Thai dinner cuisine
- $25 for $50 worth of Thai dinner cuisine for four or more
The menu includes a variety of entrees and curries that can be ordered with tofu ($9), shrimp or squid ($13), a seafood medley ($16), or a choice of chicken, pork, or beef ($10.50). Curry made in house lends it's flavor to favorites such as panang curry with coconut milk and thai basil, while spicy basil egglpant engulfs your preferred protein with onions, mushrooms, carrots, and zucchini. House specialties include coconut chicken ($12) and crab fried rice ($16), and noodle and fried-rice dishes round out the menu.
Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant & Bar
Although Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant & Bar first opened its doors to Capitol Hill in 1985, its roots stretch back much further than that. The Zagat-rated eatery takes its name from the ancient capital of Thailand, and the menu finds similar inspiration in traditional Thai culture. The chefs rely on decades’ old recipes as they make five different kinds of curry in-house, and create dishes of pad thai wrapped in egg that embrace a culinary tradition that has become increasingly rare. To round out the menu, the chefs also wok-fry fragrant combinations of garlic, basil, lime leaves, ginger, and pineapple, forging entrees like the bathing rama, which the Seattle Times hailed as “a bit of peanut-sauce heaven.”
92% of 477 customers recommend
“Good service and great food.”
“Great food, great service!”
“I have food allergies and when I called ahead the person on the phone was helpful amd knowledgeable and I was assured they would be easy to accommodate but when I...”
“I have food allergies and when I called ahead the person on the phone was helpful amd knowledgeable and I was assured they would be easy to accommodate but when I arrived the waitress clearly had no idea what gluten was and ordering was very frustrating--and embarrassing because we were there to celebrate my friend's birthday.”
727 E Pike St.
Seattle, Washington 98122