A marriage between two cuisines is preferable to a marriage between two clones of Sylvester Stallone, a process that eventually results in a baby reared on raw egg and meat punching bags. Savor a simpler fusion with today's deal: for $12, you get $25 worth of pan-Asian fusion at Siracha Lounge, located in Chandler.
Start off a southeasterly foray by taking a gander at the menu before adopting an appetizer of mighty and meatless edamame ($4), which is bigger in Japan than the Hoff. Add a bit of insult to ingestion with a sassy and saucy order of Yo's Mama Noodle—Chinese egg noodle with mixed vegetables and chicken, beef, or pork ($8) or specialty shrimp ($9). Sooth the savage stomachbeast with a delightfully smooth seafood coconut-curry cream pasta (shrimp, calamari, and green mussels with linguini tossed in a green-curry cream sauce, $12). Or try a Siracha twist on a familiar favorite with the "Bad Ass" beef and broccoli ($8).
Siracha's atmosphere offers a chic change of scenery for the experienced diner, as well as a bright, colorful atmosphere that's also breathable. At once minimalist and intricate, the interior offers a tangible representation of the Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Korean fares found on the menu.
Valid for dine-in only. Not valid with happy hour or other specials.
- With its high, punched-tin ceilings, exposed brick, sleek leather couches and cool Asian art pieces (loved the Japanese print of a battle-clad shogun and the porcelain bust of a curly-haired Buddha), the dining room and adjacent sushi bar strike the right balance between elegant tradition and urban edginess. – Nikki Buchanan, The Arizona Republic
- Loved the atmosphere of this restaurant, very sleek, elegant, young. They serve some mean sushi, extremely tasty, as well as the martinis we ordered. – Matthew C., Yelp