For years, European merchants searched for a direct route to Asia, eventually burrowing through the earth and accidentally rediscovering Luxembourg. Quell your own inner rumblings with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for Thai cuisine for two (a $30 value)
- $25 for Thai cuisine for four (a $55 value)
The menu includes Thai-style beef or chicken in red curry with carrots and sweet basil ($8.95), fried-rice prawns ($9.95), deep-fried pompano fish with mushroom ginger chili sauce ($12.95), and pad thai with shrimp or chicken ($8.95).
Pacifica Thai Cuisine
Just off Highway 1, the petite wooden building with the huge windows, classic neon sign, and flower boxes first resembles a classic beach-town café. But inside, the leafy ferns and potted plants that dominate Pacifica Thai Cuisine's entryway evoke thoughts of Thailand's lush jungles. At the same time, the scents of lemongrass, coconut milk, sweet basil, roasted chilies, and peanut sauce flood diners' senses, giving patrons an overview of the menu before they see a single page or accidentally barge into the kitchen. Curries, pan-fried noodles, seasonal seafood dishes, and barbecued meats fill the menu of faithful renditions of Thailand’s iconic dishes. The restaurant has served a wide customer base for nearly three decades, and Bay Area Vegetarians calls it “probably the most vegetarian- and vegan-friendly restaurant in Pacifica.” Vegetarian dishes reach beyond meat-free preparations of the standards to encompass thoughtful combinations of vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, tofu, and rich sauces.
68% of 118 customers recommend
“Don't be discouraged about the 70's/80's decor. This place needs a serious face lift but the food is hands down the best Thai food I've ever had. Very authentic, rich...”
“Don't be discouraged about the 70's/80's decor. This place needs a serious face lift but the food is hands down the best Thai food I've ever had. Very authentic, rich with flavors and very fresh. The owner/server can be intimidating but don't take it personal, it's a cultural thing. Highly recommend!”