Lunch specials, including soup or salad and steamed rice, $10; appetizers and soups, $6-12; salads, $14-16; main dishes, $11-24; desserts, $7-8. Open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday; for dinner 5-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 5-9 p.m. Sunday. Reservations recommended. All major credit cards accepted.
- Mon -Fri 11pm-2:30pm and 5pm - 10 pm
- Sat 5pm - 10 pm
- Sunday - closed
- Reservations recommended. All major credit cards accepted.
- 309 W State St
- Redlands , CA 92373
MU Restaurant is a place for people to eat, drink and gather. Located in Redlands, CA, it includes a bar, a lounge, and an al fresco patio. Established in 2005 in place of the former Rama Garden on W. State Street, this special place is well-loved, carrying with it a reputation of more than 15 years.
Today, MU serves contemporary Thai cuisine with a French flair, welcoming its guests with a cozy, low-lit ambiance. The menu includes everything from vegetarian dishes over marvelous seabass filets to thick juicy steaks. If you're not a fan yet, the bar promises the best martinis in the Inland Empire. Become part of the MU family by adding our group to your profile, and be sure to visit us the next time you're looking for an amazing culinary experience.
Where Does the Name "Mu" come From?
When Daranee Muongpruan owner of Mu was a child in Thailand, her father nicknamed her "Mu," the word for "pig," in hopes that the small, skinny youngster would grow big and strong.
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Niko said on Feb 13, 2014
Did you know that you can order their dishes GLUTEN-FREE? They have a gluten-free soy sauce and other gluten-free ingredients. We ordered the Vege Delight Gluten-free and it was crisp & fresh-- no thick gravy. If the waiter had not mentioned it we would have never know! Yea!!!!
Tammy said on Feb 13, 2014
Love, love, love their yellow curry!!
Jeffery said on May 14, 2013
Mu Restaurant has some of the best Thai and Asian Fusion Cuisine in the Inland Empire and I have tried them all. Somewhat hidden off State Street in Redlands, but well worth it. Prices may be slightly higher than what you encounter at other Thai restaurants, but considering the ambiance and the quality, I would not consider it overpriced. This might intimidate a diner who is only accustomed to eating Orange Chicken or Beef and Broccoli while choosing Asian cuisine, but those wishing a bit more creative chef will appreciate what Mu Restaurant is doing.
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