Benjarong Thai Restaurant

Phoenix/Tempe Metro, Arizona

Closed as of Jun 1 10

1440 S. Country Club Dr. Suite 10
Mesa, AZ 85210
480-890-9988

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Ultra-Veg-friendly Thai Cuisine in the heart of Mesa

Benjarong Thai Restaurant offers a plethora of outstanding Thai delicacies in Mesa, as many as Thai restaurant west of the Mississippi! See a sampling of Veg options below.

Appetizers include:
>Tempura Vegetables (Deep fried battered mixed vegetables, serves with mild sweet and sour house sauce)
>Fried Tofu (Deep fried bean curd, served with ground peanut in mild sweet and sour house sauce)
>Fried Papaya (Deep fired battered shredded green papaya and carrot. Served with mixture of garlic, tomato, green bean, chili, lime juice and soy sauce)

Fried Rice Entrees include:
>Pineapple (with diced pineapple, onion, scallion and tomato)
>Basil (with fresh chili, garlic, carrot, bamboo shoot and sweet basil leaves)
>Thai (with diced onion, scallion, tomato and egg)

Curry Dishes include:
>Pad Prik Gaeng – Red Curry (Sautéed sliced bamboo shoot, green bean, baby corn and basil leaves in red chili paste)
>Pad Prik Gaeng – Green Curry (Sautéed sliced bamboo shoot, eggplant and basil leaves in green chili paste)
>Yellow Curry (Thai Kaeng Karii yellow curry in coconut milk slowly cooked with potato and onion)
>Panaeng Curry (Crimson, dry, rich, thick curry stewed with small amounts of coconut milk and finely sliced lime leaves)
>Masaman Curry (Masaman has many characteristics of Southern Thai cooking, the curry is moderately spicy. The sweet flavor and spices dominate, it also has a sour taste from tamarind. The curry paste is slowly cooked in coconut milk with potato, onion and roasted peanut)
>Jungle Curry (very spicy curry, common to the countryside of Northern Thailand, cook with water, baby corn, eggplant, straw mushroom, bamboo shoot, lime and basil leaves)

Dinner Specialities include:
>Pad Prik Pao (Sautéed onion, baby corn and sweet basil leave in Thai special blend of chili paste in soy bean oil.
>Pad Prik Khing (Sautéed green bean and finely sliced lime leaves in "Prik Khing" chili paste)
>Pad Gra-Prow (Sautéed thinly sliced green bean, basil leaves and ground fresh chili in traditional Thai brown sauce)
>Pad Prik Sod (Sautéed onion, straw-mushroom, sliced fresh chili and basil leaves)
>Pad Cha (Sautéed sliced green bean, mushroom, bamboo shoot, Krachai and basil leaves in fresh chili paste)
>Pad Ka (Sautéed sliced galanga root, lemon grass, lime leaves, mushroom and onion in "Tom Yum" seasoning)
>Pad Pong-Ka-Ree (Sautéed onion, scallion and celery-Chinese celery in curry powder sauce)
>Pad Khing (Sautéed finely sliced fresh ginger root, onion, black fungus, scallion in bean sauce)
>Pad Kra-Tiam (Sautéed onion, carrot and scallion in pepper and garlic sauce)
>Pad Celery (Sautéed celery-Chinese celery, scallion and mushroom in light soy sauce)
>Pad Med Ma-Muang (Sautéed onion, scallion, fried dried chili and cashew)
>Pad Priaw Waan (Sautéed pineapple, scallion, tomato, onion, baby corn and cucumber in sweet and sour sauce)
>Pad Pak Ruam (Sautéed mixed vegetables in light soy sauce)
>Pad Tao Jeaw (Sautéed mixed vegetables with bean sauce)
>Pad Thua Lun Tao (Sautéed snow peas and straw-mushroom in light soy sauce)
>Bean Sprout (Sautéed bean sprout and scallion in light soy sauce)
>Pad Ka Na (Sautéed broccoli in bean sauce)
>Pad Woon-Sen (Stir-fried mung bean vermicelli, tomato, onion, scallion and egg)
>Gaeng-Som (Spicy & Sour Curry): spicy curry common dish in central Thailand, cook with water and mixed vegetables. Classic seasoning, designed to give the typical hot, sour, salty and sweet combination. With choice of Plain or Fried Tofu

Noodle Dishes include:
>Pad See Ew (Stir-fried chow-foon noodles, broccoli, Chinese broccoli and egg in sweet soy sauce)
>Pad Lard-Na (Chow-foon noodles top with broccoli and Chinese broccoli in black bean gravy)
>Pad Kee-Mao (Sautéed chow-foon noodles with carrot, bamboo shoot, onion, basil leaves and chili in Thai brown sauce.)
>Ba-Mee Lard-Na (Lo-mein noodles top with sautéed of sliced bamboo shoot, onion, mushroom and scallion in light soy sauce)

For Dessert, try the sticky rice or Thai custard.

Lunch Specials M-F, 11am-2pm, $6.95/person.

Added by Steve Carlson on Jun 9 08 (last updated Jul 5 10)

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Neighborhood

Mesa

Directions

Located on Country Club Dr just north of US in Mesa on the west side of the street.

Prices

$ - inexpensive

Payment

  • MasterCard Visa

Cuisines

  • Thai

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Hours

11am - 9pm
11am - 9:30pm
11am - 9pm
closed

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