The perfect level of spice can bring out a dish's best qualities or salvage failed attempts to microwave sushi. Leave meal prep to the professionals with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Northern Thai fare at Lanna Thai Cuisine in Shelby Township.
At Lanna Thai Cuisine, chefs draw inspiration from the northern region of Thailand to craft a menu of curries, noodles, and rice dishes for both lunch and dinner. Peanut and cucumber dipping sauces accompany chicken satay appetizers ($5.95), made with coconut-marinated chicken served on skewers that diners can use to play drumrolls before each bite. Chefs fill bowls to the brim with four kinds of curry, such as panang (7.95 for lunch; $9.95 for dinner), mixed with a choice of tofu, veggies, meats including beef, or seafood such as squid ($2 extra). Pineapple fried rice ($7.95 for lunch; $9.95 for dinner) emerges from the kitchen singing a tribute to the marriage of fruit and vegetable, and sautéed rice noodles cozy up to eggs, bean sprouts, and green onions in helpings of pad thai ($7.95 for lunch; $9.95 for dinner). The kitchen customizes each dish in one of six spice levels, ranging from no spices to extra extra hot. Patrons can devour their meals in-house or opt for carryout if they've made a reservation with their kitchen table.
Lanna Thai Cuisine
Chefs at Lanna Thai Cuisine take guests on a culinary tour of of the region with a wide range of spiced curries, rice, and noodle dishes common in traditional Thai and northern Thailand cuisine. The aroma of lemongrass and ginger permeates the dining room as guests customize their orders, adding squid, mussels, shrimp or scallops to the basil-infused Pad Krapraow or a choice of meat and veggies to the spicy sriracha noodle. The heat of curry dishes, like the oxygen levels in a misbehaved astronaut’s shuttle, can be turned down.