Appetizers
March 27, 2007
Thai Basil Sprouts a Lounge

Suleka Sun-Lindley is preparing to add a second-story lounge over the midtown Sacramento restaurant Thai Basil that her mother, Prayoon “Kay” Sununsangthong, opened in 2002. She anticipates a mid-May opening at the 25th and J location.

To be called Level UP, the addition is to include a full bar, late-night dining and a menu of "fun and exciting" Asian street foods. Inspired by the casual cooking of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, India and Korea, dishes will be served "tapa style" and likely will include skewered grilled meat or fish glazed with sweet garlic sauce, spicy fried fish with green mango salad, and the Thai-style jerky called "heavenly beef," as well as desserts, says Sun-Lindley.

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