Four generations of the family behind The Blue Elephant Trail live in Hartford, CT. Originally from Cambodia, they arrived in America in the 1980s and quickly fell in love with their new home. Their restaurant is their way of giving back, and not just with a bounty of Cambodian and Thai cuisine. They also source ingredients locally, recycle cooking oil, and participate in events throughout the community. Suffice to say, you can feel good giving this business your business.
If you stop by Blue Elephant, be sure to grab an appetizer to start, from lettuce wraps stuffed with chicken and mushrooms to Thai mussels seasoned up with a fiery curry broth. Then, have one of the almost countless main courses. Whether it be a protein-packed salad smothered in zesty lime dressing, fried rice loaded with bold herbs and spices, or a warm, comforting bowl of curry, nothing here will let you down. Salivating? Then hit up The Blue Elephant Trail the next time you feel the pangs of hunger. Or, how about a better idea? Book ‘em for your own event. You won’t just be snagging flavorful fare. You’ll be supporting an ethical business that gives back to the Hartford community.
Drunken Noodles — A classic featuring rice noodles simmered in chili sauce plus bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, basil, and an egg. Perfect even if you’re stone cold sober.
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