Sirayvah Organic Thai
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- Sirayvah Organic ThaiMember ofWellnessLocal CultureFamily Travelers+ 3Oct 21, 2013
Delicious! We just moved into the area and this definitely going to be a local favorite of ours. Lots of options for vegetarians, seafood lovers and omnivores alike. The best part is whatever you eat, it's organic (they only serve organic brown rice). Even the wine we got was organic (an organic Pinot Noir that was YUM). You leave feeling not only full but good about yourself. The only downside is stuffing yourself.
- Sirayvah Organic ThaiMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersJul 05, 2012
I liked this place - I really appreciate the focus on organic and fresh ingredients. You could definitely taste the quality in the food. However, I expect a lot of flavor from Thai cuisine and the dishes I had here didn't really deliver. The Tom Kha soup was a little on the sour side, and the veggie dish and the Jan Pad Poo noodles were pretty bland. I'll try again, though. There might be better dishes that are a better representation of their food.
- Sirayvah Organic ThaiJul 04, 2012
Some of us $hudder at the mere thought of up$caling Asian street food, but that's how it has mostly been. But to put it nicely, this place is no Straits Restaurant, or some strip mall Thai joint in Florida charging $16 for Americanized pad thai that makes McDonald's a better choice in comparison.
Yes, the food still looks like most Thai restaurants in town, but adds further touches of finesse in the way of presentation, atmosphere (quiet almost spa like serenity), but more importantly, much better tasting through quality ingredients, where the chef supposedly grows his own Thai spices (and organically at that). The food is certainly not like Thai places in Taiwan or Hong Kong, but for the Peninsula it is probably one of the better places around.
Very pleasing meal, despite the slightly higher prices.
TOM KA GAI - Chicken, galanga root, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, coconut milk and cilantro. A very decent tasting soup that's not spicy
PADSEE-EW - Pan fried big flat rice noodle with egg, chicken, mixed vegetable and garlic soy sauce. Basically Cantonese + Singaporean Hokkien like chow fun fare but different. The ho fun like rice noodles are quite a delight, smooth, slippery, and tasty.
PANANG SALMON - Pan seared Alaskan Wild King Salmon, asparagus, red coconut milk curry sauce, garnished with bell pepper.
Very tasty and enjoyable, with the curry and spices not overpowering the fish.
Very refreshing to go to a Thai restaurant, and not taste food that is overly sweet, predictable, or overtly one dimensional.
- Sirayvah Organic ThaiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 04, 2012
My only quibble with Sirayvah was their air conditioning which seemed a little uneven on this especially hot day. Past that, the dinner and the service were fabulous. And even with a few vegetarians in the group, our family style dining approach worked well. We enjoyed a wide range of dishes including salmon, pad Thai, lamb, veggy rolls, a marvelous green curry dish, and a few other dishes that slipped my mind. It was also a lot of food that we all managed to almost completely consume.Recommended for:Vegetarian