Four Things to Know About Bai Pai Restaurant
Wine might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you picture Thai cuisine. At Bai Pai Restaurant, however, the wine is given nearly as much importance as the food. Read on to learn more about this Ravenna Thai establishment:
The decor provides an upscale ambience. Crisp table linens, classy jazz soundtrack, and glimpses of the the temperature-controlled wine room take Thai food to the next level in a sophisticated atmosphere.
Happy hour happens every Monday–Thursday and Sunday. Starting at 4 p.m., visitors can head to the lounge to nosh on small plates such as crab wontons and spicy-honey wings that are all less than $5.
Open mic night brings in the local talent. On the first and third Mondays of the month, poets and musicians head to the restaurant to perform while the audience dines.
Their catering services can accommodate up to 250 people.
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If you prefer to drive to the restaurant, go right ahead. Parking is abundant in the area.
Dinner options at O'Asian Kitchen and Lounge range from simplistic stir-fried snow peas to complex dishes such as the spicy golden Maine lobster that's flavored by dried shrimp, chinese sausage, dried black beans, bread crumbs, and hot pepper. Along with tons of traditional lunch options, the culinary team handcrafts more than 60 dim sum items every day, including chicken feet in black bean sauce and sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves. Imported and domestic beers, traditional and signature cocktails, and rare Asian teas wash down meals, which unfold in a warm, sophisticated space with an attractive dining area, cosmopolitan lounge, and six private rooms. High-end Japanese vodkas are also available, as well as a selection of sake, which pair well with O'Asian's signature wasabi prawns dish.