Thai fare attempts to balance the five fundamental flavors: bitter, sour, sweet, salty, and victory. Score a win for your mouth with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Food for Two, Valid During Dinner Monday–Thursday
Appetizers such as tempura calamari ($9) and fried tofu ($7) precede dinner options that include six types of chicken, beef, or tofu curries ($11); a seasonal mix of stir-fried vegetables ($11–$16); and spicy fried rice punctuated with bell peppers and sweet basil leaves ($11).
Sweet basil, a pungent and spicy herb with a flavor akin to cloves, originated in India, where it is believed to be a sacred protection against evil. The basil might not be fighting dark spirits at Sweet Basil restaurant, but things are going right for the eatery.
Aromas of fresh garlic, cilantro, and coconut milk waft across the cozy eatery, tempting customers to choose items such as garlic prawns, ba mee nam egg noodles, and three-flavor halibut. Deep-fried to a golden brown, the halibut comes topped with sweet-plum sugar, sour tamari, and garlic chili, making it a favorite of the Eugene Review. Dessert tempts tongues with a fried banana topped with powdered sugar and honey or with housemade coconut ice cream.
91% of 242 customers recommend
“I love this place :)”
“Sweet Basil, thank you for a spectacular dining experience! You should be extremely proud of your restaurant, your staff, your chef and kitchen crew and of your...”
“Sweet Basil, thank you for a spectacular dining experience! You should be extremely proud of your restaurant, your staff, your chef and kitchen crew and of your amazing, wonderful, inspiring and truly creative yet simple and nutritious food; Thank You!”
“great food but more gluten free options would be a good idea.”