$20 for $40 Worth of Thai Cuisine at Tara Thai in Vienna

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In a Nutshell

  • Authentic flavors
  • Traditional Thai curry & noodle dishes
  • Vegetarian options

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Promotional value expires Nov 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Valid toward alcohol. Dine-in only. Valid only at Vienna location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

When extracted from their protective shells, peanuts can add crunch to pad thai, transform into spreadable butter, or cushion fragile packaged goods. Partake in peanuts' tasty trickery with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Thai cuisine at Tara Thai in Vienna.

Tara Thai's sociable staff presents lightly prepared dishes boasting potent aromas that tantalize patrons' olfactory glands with authentic Thai flavors. After practicing chew-and-swallow combinations on an appetizer of peanut-topped fried tofu accompanied by sweet and sour sauce ($4.95–$5.95), mouths can attack entrees including honey-roasted duck ($13.95) and red curry made with chicken, beef, pork ($7.95+), or shrimp ($9.95+). Taste buds can canoodle with noodle arrangements such as pad woon sen, cellophane noodles fried and stirred with shrimp, pork, hu-nu mushrooms, scallions, and egg ($10.95), and a peanut-topped masterpiece known only as pad thai, which can be prepared without egg for vegans or empathetic Humpty Dumpties ($7.95–$9.95). Other vegetarian options include gang jae, mixed veggies and tofu cooked in a traditional green curry ($7.95–$9.50), and veggie fried rice ($7.95–$9.50).

Tom Yum Thai

Green-blue lights illuminate the oversized oceanic mural, hitting the paint in such a way that the tropical fish, coral, and whale seem to come to life. The underwater scene—complete with a sunken pirate ship—is the centerpiece of Tom Yum Thai's dining room, which accompanies décor such as a molded wave that spans the front of the bar, plates painted with colorful fish, and dangling lights fashioned to look like jellyfish.

With the aquatic ambience, you might make the mistake of thinking Tom Yum Thai serves nothing but seafood. But in reality, dishes like fresh mussels with lemongrass and chili sauce are only part of the lineup of traditional Thai dishes. Those traditional offerings include the Chef recommended spicy roasted tofu and honey duck curry, as well as classics like crispy spring rolls which, despite their name, are served year-round.

Customer Reviews

awesome food, great service
Dharitri · April 17, 2016
Food was very good! Lemongrass soup was excellent!
Cathy H. · April 8, 2016
good food. Small place.
Sunitha S. · April 7, 2016

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