For a long time, Saladang was Pasadena's most beautiful Thai restaurant, with its stark, chic, aluminum-gray good looks and refreshing, inventive Thai cuisine. Saladang became so popular, in fact, the owners built an annex one door down. The new Saladang Song trumps its parent for sheer beauty; its architecture alone - high concrete walls with insets of cutout steel that hearken simultaneously to Angkor Wat and Frank Lloyd Wright - is worth a visit, and its more traditional (than Saladang's) Thai cooking is worth any number of returns. These are flexible-budget restaurants - you can have a big bowl of soup and an appetizer for around 12 bucks, or a multicourse feast for five times that.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards
Parking: Lot Available, Street
Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary