Pad thai is so named because of its inherent softness, which is also why it’s used to stuff the mattresses of the world’s richest kings. Fall into a pillow of flavor with today’s Groupon to Sabaidee Restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $6, you get $12 worth of Lao-Thai cuisine for lunch.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Lao-Thai cuisine for dinner.
At Sabaidee, a robust lunch and dinner menu brims with a bouquet of authentic Thai and Lao flavors. Guests twirl forks full of noodles such as the bean sprout, peanut, and green onion incorporated into the pad thai ($8.97). The rad na seafood dish ($8.97) simmers a mélange of scallops, imitation crab, and shrimp under a canopy of chinese broccoli as thick as the broccoli forests that blanket the Chinese wilderness. For lighter fair, the calamari salad presents fresh squid on a bed of chili peppers, mint leaves and onion ($9.97), while soupier options include tom yum gai’s hot and sour soup that suspends prawns, galangal, and lemongrass ($9.97). A selection of Lao dishes unfurls with pho––whose broth churns with sliced rare beef, tripe, and rice noodles ($5.97+)––and kao poon katee, which plates chicken in coconut milk, red curry and rice noodles ($5.97+). While dining at Saibadee Restaurant, patrons can stretch their third legs in a spacious dining room, gazing lovingly at dishes illuminated by the chandeliers hanging overhead.
Sabaidee Restaurant's robust menu brims with fresh fish, poultry, and beef, all specifically spiced to form authentic Thai and Lao meals. Rice noodles lay the foundation for classic pad thai, piled high with meat, peanuts, scrambled eggs, and enough bean sprouts to disguise the patch of dead grass over where the family's piggy bank is buried. Patrons can warm up with bowls of pho, whose broth churns with sliced rare beef, tripe, and rice noodles, or cool down with chilled calamari salad.
Sabaidee’s spacious dining room, filled with white-clothed tables and roomy booths, allows guests to stretch their third legs and gaze lovingly at dishes illuminated by the chandeliers hanging overhead.