Gai Gong at Savatdee
I re-entered Seattle life today, so it seemed appropriate to find Asian food first. Mr. T & I walked down Roosevelt Ave to finally check out the new (ish) Savatdee Thai where the old Blue Onion Bistro used to be.

He ordered curry, I ordered the Goi Goong from the Laotian menu. The curry was one of the best I’ve had at Seattle’s many Thai restaurants but that Goi Goong was spicy, layered, delicious, & gratifying. I could order this dish everyday and never tire of it.

And since it felt so healthy & fresh, there was no prawn left behind.

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4 Responses to Savatdee: Thai & Laotian

  1. Yes! The Laotian menu is the route to go at Savatdee, just seems to have more layers, more flavor, right? I definitely need to get back up there, I enjoyed the food.

  2. Rachel says:

    Any time you want to meet there, I’m game.

  3. Maya says:

    That or Mexican. Either one is a must upon returning to Seattle!

  4. Rachel says:

    Next time you’re in Seattle, I should bring you to Savatdee, Maya.

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