Reviews for Benja's Thai Garden in St. George, UT

Mikey ?vida sigma simple? L. 1 year ago

Got seated right away. Very friendly staff. Chicken satay and papaya salad were excellent. Beef red curry was a little light in... taste but not too bad. Fried dumplings and garlic chicken were good but nothing to write home about. Wouldn't order housenoodles again though. Couldn't taste anything but salt. Should have ordered the Pad Thai or drunken noodles instead. $110 fedfour people with a lot of house noodles left over because it was terrible. Nicely decorated inside and service was excellent.Would definitely order chicken satay and papaya salad again next time. Read more

Brady Crump 1 year ago

Pretty great Thai food! No complaints. Good service, good food. We both got one of the Curry?s (I got yellow curry), and then... had some fried potstickers (they give you options to cook them 3 different ways, which is awesome). Read more

Christian Silverio 1 year ago

Everyone was very friendly and the restaurant was clean. The food on the other hand, was not athletic and all of the sauce's... were watered down. The green curry was well below average. If you want Thai food that caters to the Asian population this isn'tit. Read more

Alyssa Kruse 1 year ago

Our waiter was so kind and helpful. The food was delicious, but the service was also quick which was awesome. The green curry... was my favorite, so delicious. Fairly reasonable prices for the amazing quality you get. Definitely recommend. Read more

Jolisa Sheridan 2 years ago

So delish! The California Roll was really good too. Very clean and good atmosphere. My son loved his pineapple fried rice and... even had enough to take some home. Read more

Scott Godown 2 years ago

Benja?s Thai Garden is a local favorite that never disappoints. Wonderful selection of Thai and sushi. The food is consistently... delicious and the service is friendly and attentive. Read more

J M 2 years ago

Was excited to find this place with high rating. We should have turned around when we met the greeters.. poor first... unprofessional impression.. Food was ok. The curry wantons was a nice surprise and yummy. The spring rolls could be better. Thepeanut sauce was more hoisin than peanut. ...but that's our preference. Orange chicken was orange chicken. Hubby chose this dishto avoid the ubiquitous red and green bell peppers that seem to permeate a lot of American Thai restaurants. Something we didnot see in Thailand. I had the Chirashi sashimi bowl. It was basic and I ve had better. The service.... Our water glasses wereslammed down our table. No offers to refill our drinks had to ask for chopsticks and starter miso soup. Which is why soup cametepid and tasted like it was an instant mix. On plus the sashimi tasted fine. Layout of dining area galley style so one feelslike sitting in a tunnel. Close sitting areas so close we can hear and understand the conference call the party next to us. Wouldn't come back. Ovepriced for how everything is presented. Read more

Bill Pruitt 2 years ago

Service and atmosphere were excellent. Pot stickers were delicious. Sushi was disappointing. The rice was dry and the fish did... not seem fresh. The roll and the nigiri were both this way. The waitress was awesome and, to be fair, I did not share myfeelings with her. I took the sushi home and a friend started eating it. He did not finish it and made the same observation. Read more