- Main course: 11€
- Food spend: 33€
- Opening hours
- Daily from 12.00 - 14.30 and 18.00 - 24.00
The English translation of Sawadi is Welcome and that?s just what guests experience here: the service is friendly, the atmosphere charming and the Thai cuisine delectable. Tastefully decorated with rattan furniture, the Sawadi also has a Khantok room at the back where you can eat in particularly stylish surroundings. Khantok is the traditional way in which people sit in Thailand: not on chairs, but on padded cushions on the floor. As is the custom in any Thai house, you must first of all remove your shoes. This gives you a true experience of Siam culture. But don't worry, you won't have to sit cross-legged for hours. Owner Mrs Mathes-Mingkwan, a native Thai, has had a rather clever idea: You sit on a platform and can tuck your feet comfortably under the table, as there's as much space under there as you would expect under a normal table! On hot days you can choose to enjoy one of the many tropical cocktails either in the fully air-conditioned dining areas or on the secluded garden terrace. With its highly exotic range of flavours,Thai cooking is particularly characterised by light but usually very aromatic dishes, cooked in a wok with little fat and no salt. Besides all kinds of meat, fish and seafood dishes, there are also vegetarian meals and exotic salads. Vegetables and seasonings such as basil, coriander, ginger and various curry mixtures are used extensively. Since opening, the Sawadi Restaurant has won many fans and has been awarded Stuttgart's official distinction for particularly fine cuisine.
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