- $20 for $30 worth of Thai food valid for carry-out only
- See the menu
Rice Paper's selection of Thai fare is highly customizable. The dishes—owner Nang Richards's favorites from Thailand—feature fresh ingredients, 100% vegetable oil, low-sodium soy sauce, and no MSG. Diners can choose the level of spiciness in most items, and even create their own curry dishes with five bases and seven protein options. But if guests want to stick to one of Nang's authentic recipes, there are plenty of options.
- Appetizer: barbecued chicken skewers served with the eatery's homemade peanut sauce and cucumber sauce
- Soup: tum yum goong, Thai hot-and-sour soup with lemongrass, chilies, lime, and mushrooms
- Noodle dish: Crazy Noodle, a classic Bangkok meal composed of wide rice noodles pan-fried with chicken, shrimp, eggs, onion, carrots, broccoli, and basil leaves
- Rice dish: chicken sautéed with onions, red peppers, mushrooms, scallions, zucchini, summer squash, and snow peas, plus pineapple and cashew nuts for added texture
- Entree: crispy boneless, roasted duck sliced and glazed in Rice Paper's spicy sauce alongside assorted steamed vegetables