An update to our community regarding COVID-19
The health and safety of our guests and teams is a the top priority for Sawatdee Thai Restaurants. In the wake of COVID-19 and the effects it’s having on the restaurant industry, we wanted to reach out to you with some important information about what we are doing to keep everyone healthy and safe.
We are taking the following preventative measures to minimize the risk to our guests and teams:
Anyone who is ill or shows signs of illness is not allowed at our restaurants (this includes all employees, customers, vendors and 3rd party delivery drivers). All staff have been notified that if they are not feeling well, they should not come to work and should self-quarantine. We ask all customers and drivers who feel ill to not enter our restaurants.
Please maintain social distancing of 6 feet at all times.
Increased disinfecting and sanitizing protocols - focusing on doors and door knobs, computer screens, tablets, pens and counter tops (any place that is frequently touched).
Reinforcement of proper and frequent hand washing by all employees.
Hourly sanitizing of surfaces in food pick-up and kitchen areas.
Any employee who has traveled to a highly infected region is not allowed to return to our facilities until a 14 day self-quarantine. This specific protocol has been in place since February 1st.
On April 10th, we instituted a pre-shift review to confirm all staff do not have any COVID-related symptoms prior to starting work. We ordered thermometers and are awaiting their arrival.
On April 20th, we provided company purchased cloth face masks to all employees. As such, we instituted a new policy requiring all staff to wear the mask while performing work duties. On May 13th, we acquired face shields as an alternative or add on option for kitchen staff.
We have hand sanitizer available for customer use.
We have added sneeze guards to our counter service areas.
Minneapolis and St Paul locations have ordered self-ordering kiosks. We are awaiting their arrival.
Please Support Us! All locations are open for Pick-up, Curbside and Delivery. Please maintain your social distance when picking up orders. Please call us for curbside pick-up with your vehicle location and information.
Order online (make sure you select the correct location) or call the restaurant to place your order.
Saint Paul 651.528.7106
Maple Grove 763.494.5708
St Cloud 320.240.1454
Minneapolis, Saint Paul and Maple Grove offer delivery through Bitesquad and Doordash. Additional platforms will be added soon.
Bloomington offers delivery through their online ordering button.
St Cloud offers in-house delivery, please call to order.
Thank you for helping to keep our community safe.
Cyndy Harrison, Supenn Harrison and Jennifer Reilly
Owners, Sawatdee Thai Restaurants
News & Events Archive
Thai New Year 2019 - April 16th and 17th at Sawatdee Minneapolis. We partnered with local non-profit organizations to support hunger relief and Minnesotans struck by cancer. Each night we will be donating 10% of our sales to Second Harvest Heartland
and Angel Foundation. Watch us on Kare11
Thai New Year Celebration 2018 - April 17 and 18th - Thai Dancing, a water blessing and a special menu. No cover; great family friendly event. Watch us on Kare11
The Big Game - Join us February 4th, 2018. Thai One on with wing and beer specials. Watch on big screens. At Minneapolis, St Paul and Maple Grove locations.
October 10-30, 2016 - Sawatdee celebrates Thai OktoberFest featuring our exclusive Sa-Wheat-Dee Thai Beer made by Tin Whiskers. Special menu items, beer flights, free beer and more! AND on October 17th, come to our FREE Tasting and Tour from 5-7 PM at Sawatdee Saint Paul.
August 15, 2016 - Watch the clip featuring Cyndy Harrison and Sawatdee on Kare 11 talking about the Road Construction on Washington Ave
August 1, 2016 - Introducing Sa-Wheat-Dee Thai Beer! Thanks for your help naming our exclusive new beer made by our St. Paul neighbor, Tin Whiskers. Created by infusing Thai chilis, lemongrass and Thai basil into Tin Whiskers well known Wheatstone Bridge, the unique flavors and lingering heat is shockingly good. Our venture was featured in the Pioneer Press in Tin Whiskers new beer needs a name.
June 9, 2016 - Check out the fun Q&A with Supenn Harrion and Nancy Ngo of the Pioneer Press in the article, St. Paul’s first Thai restaurant keeping it spicy after 30 years.
May 12, 2016 - Jason DeRusha's report on Sawatdee and our 30th year in Minneapolis on "DeRusha Eats: Sawatdee"
April 28, 2016 - Dining Out for Life at 4 Sawatdee locations raised over $3,000 for the Aliveness Project plus additional donations our great customers.
April 8, 2016 - Celebrate Thai New Year at Sawatdee featured Cyndy Harrison and Jennifer Reilly talking about the celebration and the special menu.
March 9, 2016 - Sawatdee Saint Paul is now operated by Supenn Harrison and her family, the original owners of the Sawatdee family. Check out the article in the Pioneer Press, and the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Older News Stories
2015 - Watch Supenn and Cyndy talk about Thai New Year on Kare11. Plus Thai dancing featuring Ying, Pim and Cyndy.
2013 - Sawatdee celebrated our 30th anniversary in 2013!
Supenn and Cyndy Harrison were on K-TWIN 96.3 FM radio on September 27th for Foodie Friday.
One of favorite Maple Grove musicians, Ray Evangelista, was featured in Citypages. Check out the clip of Ray in the new documentary series, One Men.
Supenn was the guest chef at Mill City Farmers Market on July 20th. Check out the photos.
Book Signing at Byerly's
Supenn signed her book and taught a cooking demonstration at Byerly's of St. Louis Park on Saturday, May 19th at 12 noon. Books are still available in the Gift Shop.
Owner Cyndy Harrison and Chef Sam Simonson taught a cooking demo at the Home and Garden Show on February 29th. Check out photos by liking us on facebook!
Thai New Year Celebration
We celebrated Songkran from April 17-19, 2012. Entertainment included Thai dancing, a water blessing, Thai boxing, special menu items and more!
- Sawatdee Minneapolis - April 17 & 19, 2012
- Sawatdee of Maple Grove - April 18th, 2012
Thailand Flood Relief
Thank you everyone who supported us during our Thailand Flood Relief dining fundraiser. We raised $2,500 for the Thai Red Cross! On November 15th and 16th, 2011, all Sawatdee locations donated 10% of dine-in sales to support flood victims. The floods began in July and have devastated large parts of the central Chao Phraya river basin, killed nearly 400 people and disrupting the lives of more than two million.
Spicy Pad Thai Challenge II
Sawatdee Uptown Express partnered with Old Abbot Productions for the Spicy Pad Thai Challenge on October 29, 2011. Those brave enough to clear their plate became legends even with welled up tears, and those too weak to finish became immortalized on the Wall of Shame.
Check out the video of the action!
Sawatdee Thai Restaurant Celebrates Thai New Year 2011
Sawatdee Thai Restaurant invites the public to celebrate Thai New Year at our downtown Minneapolis location at 607 Washington Avenue South onApril 12th and 13th with seating at 6 PM or 8 PM. Our annual celebration with include traditional food, Thai dancing, a water blessing and more. A special dinner menu will also be available. Space is limited, so please make reservations by calling 612-338-6451.
Read full story here (PDF)
Sue and Cyndy on WCCO: Cooking Up A Valentine's Meal At Home
Thai it out
Love Pad Thai? Thank Supenn. Supenn Harrison, who married a fellow student at the U shortly after she arrived here from her native Thailand, got her start making eggrolls for colleagues at work.
Read full story here
Sawatdee spices things up for the new year | Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN | kare11.com
Sawatdee is celebrating 30 years of Thai food in the Twin Cities. Sawatdee Owner Supenn Harrison and her daughter Cyndy Harrison stopped by KARE 11 News @ 4 on Tuesday with more on what the restaurant has to offer..
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