Without Thai cuisine, an overpopulation of rice noodles would infiltrate suburban backyards, tripping playing children and munching all the basil out of herb gardens. Do your part to poach unruly pasta with today’s deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of Thai cuisine and drinks at Thai Garden in Broken Arrow.
The Xiong family conditions all year to carry authentic cuisine from their native country to the tables at Thai Garden, where ears are also tickled with soft Thai music. Introduce Thai-shy tongues to a menu of attractive entrees with two salad rolls: rice noodle cocoons containing shrimp, bean sprouts, and basil leaves, served along with sweet peanut dipping sauce ($3.95). Thai fried rice is a classic option, swimming with shrimp and topped with onions and a kow pad sauce ($8.95). Add spice to barren mouth racks with the curry chicken with onions and garlic ($7.95), followed by a frosty gulp of green coconut bubble tea or a nibble on a visiting snowman's nose ($2.95). Vietnamese and Chinese selections diplomatically accompany their Thai neighbors at Thai Garden; check the menu for a full listing.
- Kao is the word for both “rice” and “food” in Thailand, so it was no wonder the Thai fried rice ($7.95) was a satisfying dish, less oily than a Chinese fried rice and made simply with rice, onions and a little carrot in a mild sauce. – Scott Cherry, Tulsa World
- My wife and I go there about once a week and we always order (and I highly suggest for you too), an order of salad rolls which is a concoction of a thin rice roll in salad, shrimp and I believe bean sprouts that you dip in a wonderful Thai peanut kind of sauce that is so good we usually double order to snack on at the house. – Tulsa Food
Though Lasamee Xiong and her husband Thoa have owned restaurants in Minnesota, Michigan, and Oklahoma, their native land will always be Thailand, according to Tulsa World. With their son Saya at the kitchen's helm, they continue to serve up their homeland's cuisine in the quaint 30-person dining room at Thai Garden. Although Thai fare is the primary focus, the 30-item menu also includes Vietnamese and Chinese selections—many accentuated by spices and herbs directly from Thailand.
To the soft rhythms of Southeast Asian music, green and maroon laminate tables populate with steaming soups, traditional pad thai, and chicken and beef in sweet curry and sichuan sauces. Though fork and knife are the primary utensils at Thai Garden, chopsticks are also available upon request.
813 W Kenosha St.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012Get Directions