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Ingredient-whisperers at Thai Garden Restaurant sculpt a menu of authentic Thai cuisine, which Salt Lake magazine awarded with the title of Best Southeast Asian fare in 2006 and 2007. Classic pad thai ($10.99) conveniently fills entree-shaped voids in diners' stomachs with its mounds of pan-fried rice noodles, onions, sprouts, eggs, and a choice of meat. Gang dang ($10.99) spotlights a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or tofu coated in a concoction of red curry, coconut milk, peppers, bamboo, zucchini, and basil, and panang curry and basil confetti work together to unleash the pent up deliciousness in fresh mussels ($13.99). Flat noodles wiggle gracefully, like ballerinas trapped in a Jello mold, from the depths of tom yum senyai ($7), a brothy blend of chicken, pork, or tofu with sprouts and cabbage.
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.