Dining out together gives families a break from food-related chores such as washing the dishes or feeding the leftovers to the grendel in the basement. Take a load off with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $27 for a Thai dinner for two on Sunday–Thursday (up to a $57.96 total value)
- $27 for a Thai dinner for two on Friday or Saturday (up to a $57.96 total value)
- $67 for a Thai dinner for four on Sunday–Thursday, plus four glasses of wine (up to a $159.92 total value)
- $67 for a Thai dinner for four on Friday or Saturday, plus four glasses of wine (up to a $159.92 total value)
Each Thai dinner includes the following for each person:
- One appetizer (up to a $10.99 value)
- One entree (up to a $17.99 value)
Appetizers such as shrimp spring rolls and lollipop chicken pave the way for hearty entrees such as green curry chicken, braised lamb shank, and roasted duck with hoisin-tamarind sauce, pineapple, and bao buns. Click here to see the menu for the dinner for two option; click here to see the menu for the dinner for four option. Glasses of wine with the four-person option are valued at up to $11 each.
One Thai Chef
Traditional Thai dishes get a bold, modern twist at One Thai Chef, where culinary veteran Taweewat Hurapan artfully plates entrees for lunch and dinner. Panang curry gets an update with the addition of tender lobster meat, and glasses of fresh lychee juice pair with beef short ribs braised in massaman curry. Hurapan serves his signature roasted duck with bao buns that are round and fluffy, just like the tiny pillows upon which ancient kings rested their forks between bites. Chefs apply equal attention to desserts, which they adorn with caramel drizzles and fresh fruit.
71% of 413 customers recommend
“The food is good, very tasty. I do recommend for dessert, the Mango Sticky Rice. It's really a delicious treat.”
“It was good but the plates were very small. We went out for dessert after. For the price it's good, but if they are the same portion size for their normal menu, I'd...”
“It was good but the plates were very small. We went out for dessert after. For the price it's good, but if they are the same portion size for their normal menu, I'd have an issue.”
“Slow-cooked beef is very good, curries are best with chicken rather than duck (duck was a bit tough and couldn't soak in the flavour of the sauce).”