Saturday, October 1, 2011

Sushi-Thai Cary Offers First-Rate Cuisine

A local mainstay for more than a dozen years, Sushi-ThaiCary offers an extensive selection of Thai and Japanese cuisine that is always fresh, flavorful and abundant. The menu includes the requisite renditions of Thai curries, noodle-centric entrees and classic dishes evidencing harmonious presentations from a finely skilled kitchen. 

Stir-fried house specialty Pad Thai—available with chicken, shrimp, pork, beef, tofu or vegetables—is a main attraction. Equally rewarding is Thai Spicy Basil with sautéed bell peppers, onions, chili sauce, garlic and fresh basil leaves.

If you’re in the mood for sushi, the master chef has everything covered—from nigiri sushi (a slice of fish atop vinegared rice)and special rolls to California Eel and Japanese Bagel. Combinations from the sushi bar are manifold, but standouts include the artful Sashimi Mori (a variety of sliced fresh fish served on ice) and Tekka Don, which comprises fresh yellowfin tuna over a bowl of sushi rice.  

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Fredin/S&A Cherokee

Despite the strip-mall locale, Sushi-Thai Cary’s inviting décor imparts a casual elegance that helps patrons feel relaxed and welcomed. The end of the eatery’s sizeable sushi bar is fashioned like the bow of a boat. Nice touch.

Owner Sam Tedamrongwanish, who hails from Bangkok, credits a devoted clientele for making the restaurant such a sustained success. Sushi-Thai Cary is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday (dinner only on Sunday).

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