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 Thai Garden Restaurant, valid at both Salt Lake City locations. Choose between the following options:
• For $7, you get $15 worth of Thai cuisine at lunch.
• For $10, you get $20 worth of Thai cuisine at dinner.
Voted Best Southeast Asian in Salt Lake Magazine's 2006–2007 Dining Awards, Thai Garden Restaurant stacks up heaping platefuls of praise-winning, authentic Thai cuisine. Jumpstart powerless eating engines with a vegetarian Thai Garden salad ($5.99) or moisten mouths with the spicy lemongrass flavor of the tom yum hot-and-sour soup with chicken ($4.00 for a small). Chopsticks seeking to fulfill their life purpose can fork savory bites from a wide array of entrees, such as the chef's recommended pad kee mao with beef, chicken, pork, or tofu placed atop sautéed broccoli, bell pepper, mushroom, carrot, and basil ($11.99); or plunge into a colorful plate of pad gra prow talay, a loving union of seafood and chili decorated with bell pepper, onion, chili, basil, and garlic ($14.99). Scrumptious sustenance is served in vibrantly printed dishes and is lit by the sun's warming glow, which spills in through an entire wall of windows, making this a relaxing environment to nosh with family, friends, or enemies with allergies to vitamin D.
Thai Garden Restaurant
Thai Garden Restaurant's chefs carefully spice a menu of Thai cuisine awarded Best Southeast Asian fare by Salt Lake magazine in 2006 and 2007. In the dining room, ornate wood dividers stand stark against exposed brick, displaying intricate carvings of animals, workers, and Judd Nelson with fist triumphantly raised. Floor-to-ceiling front windows cast light on dishes of chicken, beef, pork, or tofu coated in flavors such as red curry and spicy Thai basil sauce, and customized to one of five levels of spice. Classic pad thai and pan-fried flat noodles conveniently fill entree-shaped voids in diners' stomachs with fresh sprouts, meatballs, and ground peanuts.