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Saladang Garden

383 S. Fair Oaks Ave. Send to Phone
626-793-5200 | Menu
This sister spot to next-door Saladang offers slightly more adventurous Thai fare.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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Saladang Garden Restaurant Review

: This is the spin-off and next-door neighbor of Pasadena favorite Saladang, which offers a more interesting menu than the first outpost. Like the original restaurant, the design has a bit of an industrial feel, with exposed ducts and hard concrete surfaces, but colorful batiks and Thai artifacts brighten up the room. At Saladang Garden, however, there is also a large inviting patio, totally enclosed and buffered from the street by 25-foot-high concrete walls with artistic metal venting for light and air. This is the place to sample items like tod-mon-kao-pohd (sweet corn cakes topped with peanut sauce), salmon in curry sauce and rambutan (an exotic fruit related to lychee) stuffed with tofu, peanuts and coconut. A traditional Thai breakfast of rice porridge with chicken, or a vegetarian version, is available, too.
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