Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a Thai dinner for two at Bangkok Thai in Park City (up to an $82.99 value). The dinner includes:
- One small appetizer (up to a $10.99 value)
- One mixed green salad (a $7.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $63.98 value)
Bangkok Thai's chefs top white tablecloths with a menu of upscale Thai-style cuisine amid wood-lined walls, framed art, and a central wine room. Gustatory journeys begin when stomachs strap on their fanny packs and enjoy bites of lobster and mango spring rolls dressed in a nam pla sauce, or steamed dumplings packages bearing gifts of shrimp, crab, chicken, onions, and water chestnuts, served with a signature soy sauce. Mixed greens mingle with a house dressing before entrees of traditional pad thai enlists the aid of vegetables, chicken, or the legendary surf 'n' turf duo of shrimp and chicken, while the gang phed ped features boneless duck simmered in a red curry sauce with coconut milk, basil, and fresh tomato. Though not included with today's Groupon, Bangkok Thai's wine list earned Wine Spectator's Best of Award of Excellence 2011 for its quality and ability to inspire conversations about naming a child Merlot.
Scents of homemade red and green curries, and ginger-glazed crispy duck waft out of Bangkok Thai's kitchen, foreshadowing the arrival of plates of refined Southeast Asian cuisine. The chefs tailor entrees to each diner, turning the amount of spice up or down in their entrees for mild meals or mouthfuls with enough spice to evaporate nearby snowmen.
Draped with crisp, white tablecloths, the neutral-toned dining room's tables surround a glass-walled wine cellar, which earned the restaurant a 2011 Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator for its extensive selection. In addition to first-growth Bordeaux wines and muscular Napa Valley cabernet sauvignons, the wooden racks buckle with a number of food-friendly options, including Oregonian pinot noirs, crisp Alsatian rieslings, and fruit-forward sauvignon blancs from New Zealand.