There’s really nothing like a good Thai curry or a plate of pad thai noodles. Or a bowl of tom yum soup. We could all probably go on and on about fabulous Thai dishes. And people who live in Monroe homes get to try all the favorites and discover new ones at Benjarong. The restaurant takes its name from the elegant porcelain technique, which involves delicately painted intricate designs in rich hues. Though the technique was imported from China in the Ming dynasty, it’s transformed and evolved to become distinctively Thai. The intricacy and vibrance of benjarong porcelain is just what the restaurant strives for in its cuisine.
Benjarong is open for both lunch and dinner. Almost all of the lunch combinations are just $10.49. Each one includes a side of phad thai noodles and either jasmine or brown rice. Try golden chicken or tofu, red or yellow curry with chicken or tofu, or spicy beef or tofu. You can also choose one of the noodle dishes, like phad thai, phad see-ew, or golden noodles, among many other options. Each one can be served with tofu, chicken, beef, or pork. You can have prawns or seafood for a small extra charge. Lunch entrees are served with jasmine or brown rice. Choices include holy basil, broccoli flower, or Benjarong orange sauce, and each is served with tofu, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, or prawns. The dinner menu is more extensive and includes entree salads, soups, and appetizers. There’s also a kids menu, because everyone from Monroe homes is welcome. Plan to indulge with a Thai iced coffee or Thai iced tea. Or round out your meal with dessert, like mango ice cream, black sticky rice, or sweet mango and sweetened sticky rice.
Visit Benjarong to see the full menu and a gallery of photos of the relaxing and beautiful interior of the restaurant. You can also find information for placing an online order for pickup or delivery.