• Savory Thai

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Has a vegetarian section in the menu. Custom makes all the dishes, so nearly everything can be made plant-based, and staff are happy to do so. Other adaptions can also be made. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-10:00pm. Closed Sun.


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4 Reviews

First Review by WFPB Jane

Rachael24

Points +44

Vegan
14 Jul 2023

Kinda flavorless.

I hate to give a bad review, and maybe we just got the wrong thing! But just no flavor in our dishes.😡

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SoyKal-El

Points +3406

Vegan
14 Apr 2023

No Fish Sauce

Most Thai restaurants I’ve been to always have fish sauce in the red curry so I was happy to find this place doesn’t do that.

I had the lunch special (only $9) & added tofu.

Pros: Cheap, Very friendly service , Quick / not busy

AshleaRae

Points +185

Vegan
29 Jan 2022

This was alright

I ordered vegan pad Thai, vegan Thai fried rice, and fresh veg spring rolls. The pad Thai was good and their Thai fried rice was not as sweet as normal Thai fried rice I’ve had in the past and heavy on the pepper. The spring roll was basically a rice paper roll filled with coleslaw mix and served with the sweet chili sauce. There are a few Thai places nearby that are better but this was still fresh and good.

Pros: They understand vegan, Reasonable price

Cons: Not mind blowing with flavor, Saddest veg spring rolls

WFPB Jane

Points +61

Vegan
10 Feb 2020

My new "go to" restaurant in Utah County!

I have a new go to restaurant in Utah County that I'm very happy with! I love Thai food, but most Thai restaurants in Utah County already have fish sauce in nearly everything, and there is hardly anything you can get that is totally plant-based, much less without oil. I've now discovered Savory Thai. They make ALL their food fresh, so you can custom order nearly anything: soups, salad, stir fries, noodle dishes, noodle soups. Wonderful! The exception is the curry. You can get them plant-based, but they already have oil in the curry (and of course coconut milk). You also can't get WFPB pot stickers, but they do have fresh spring rolls (the only WFPB appetizer). They also have brown rice, and they do catering. It all tastes wonderful. So happy to have found this place.

Pros: Food custom made, Tastes great, Very accommodating people

Cons: Curry all has oil in it, The place is a bit too cold for my tastes




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