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Choose Between Two Options
$42 for a Thai and Lao dinner for four (up to a $93 total value)
- One appetizer (up to a $7 value)
- Four entrees (up to a $13 value each)
- Four glasses of wine or other beverage (up to an $8.50 value each)<p>
Appetizers include crispy calamari and chicken satay. For entrees, try piquant dishes such as deep-fried quail marinated in lemongrass and hot sauce (juin noak), yellow-curry fried rice, charbroiled pork in oriental barbecue sauce (mu yang), and grilled veggies glazed with a peanut sauce (param pak).<p>
Savatdee Authentic Thai & Lao Cuisine
Despite its humble environs of a converted gas station, Savatdee Authentic Thai & Lao Cuisine has racked up a steadily climbing number of accolades. Seattle Met Magazine named it one of the best Laotian restaurants in 2011, an award the Sakounthong family proudly displays in their eatery. “We want our food to speak like it is a five star restaurant, but we want the atmosphere to feel like you are eating in your own kitchen,” said Andy Sakounthong in an episode of Check Please!. Andy–along with his brother, parents, aunts, and grandmother–shop each morning for fresh ingredients and cartoon fire used in dishes that range from cornish game hen marinated in spiced curry to pad mar keur, a grilled-eggplant stir-fry with onions, basil leaves, and yellow-bean sauce. The more adventurous patron can order off of the Lao menu, where galangal and kaffir leaves season a dish of charbroiled chicken mixed with hearts and gizzards.
91% of 482 customers recommend
“Food was great, and the service was excellent. The chef came out and talked to us :D”
“Friendly service and good atmosphere! Take the opportunity to order off the Lao menu :)”
“Amazing, fresh and so fun to try Lao dishes (pork with coconut soup, shrimp with lettuce, cabbage and dressing), almost all of it gluten free! Finally a restaurant...”
“Amazing, fresh and so fun to try Lao dishes (pork with coconut soup, shrimp with lettuce, cabbage and dressing), almost all of it gluten free! Finally a restaurant where I can order nearly everything on the menu, without feeling compromised :)”