Amazing Thai restaurant right outside Zion national park with large windows overlooking Zion monuments. What a treat to sit at the tables and enjoy great food and great views. Lots of vegetarian options and reasonable prices. Just a short walk from Zion Outfitters where you can rent equipment to hike the narrows.
Portions are very small for the price. The server was not at all friendly and didn't say some things were at an additional charge (brown rice for example) but he later removed the charge after I pointed out he should have told me in advance. The food itself was tasty, but there was not much of it.
The best food ever along this trip. I ordered fried rice with beef. So delicious. And there was a nice girl with whom I talked a lot about the plan for the trip in Zion. Just perfect!
Salad was great and so was the view! Pad Thai was not! Tasted more like peanut sauce. Prices were very high considering the signature dish was not something I'd order again (deducted a star). Called for takeout but they said no so we dined in. The wait to get seated will be long during peak hours. Only Thai restaurant in town so throw away your money if it's disposable.
Cool little place outside of Zion so it has beautiful scenery all around. The food was also really good. I had the panang curry and the Thai iced tea and both were delicious.
The Thai food is as you'd expect from an Asian restaurant deep in the desert. Pretty okay. You'll pay a lot more than expected because location near the park and receive perfectly average Thai food. Skip the appetizers and go straight for the entrées. Stick to the curries for best taste results.
We stopped at this restaurant for Thai food on our way out of Zion National Park. This place is really good with ample parking available and offers amazing thai dishes with great service. We tried the dumplings, spring rolls, green chicken curry and Veg Curry Fried Rice all of which were prepared really well. The restaurant also offers amazing views of the Zion red rocks and surrounding mountains.
Loved the place. Went twice and was not disappointed. Prices were expensive but understandable. It gets crowded in the evenings. Portions are reasonable, to fill up after a good hike. Basil fried rice was delicious. Drunken noodles wears average. Mango dessert was very good .
Looking for nutritious and delicious meals? Thai Sapa is just a call away at (435) 772-0510 when you want to find out what's cooking. Discover our thai food such as soup. For many years lots of folks have considered us the best place to eat in Springdale.
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