Giving this restaurant one star is being generous. I went there tonight. They seated me and my daughter and left us sitting at the table for a half hour. No water no acknowledgement whatsoever, even when we asked to order. One waitress ran around collecting plates and gave someone their pick up order. Other than that, there wasn't much when it came to staff. After being ignored for that long we just got up and left.  We went to saiko-I where they immediately seated us gave us water and took our order.....and our food came right out

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Tom Kha and Tom Yum soup were relatively good and a big size portion, but a bit too watery. I got four shrimps and they were good quality. The sushi rolls came out in a nice little sushi boat. We tried the vegetarian roll, Boston roll and JB roll. The vegetarian roll is a bit crunchy with carrots, celery, asparagus and kale. One of the rolls had no lettuce, because they ran out of it. The rolls were all cleanly and sharply cut, well most pieces were. You get 10 pieces per roll. The inside of the restaurant is small with only a handful of tables, but there is a big patio also. The location on Hypolita street is good near the Colonial Quarter. Horapha - Authentic Halal Thai Cuisine in Queensway, London
Khao chao (Thai: ข้าวเช้า; lit. "morning rice/food"), breakfast dishes, for Thais are limited. Very often, a Thai breakfast can consist of the same dishes with rice which are also eaten for lunch or dinner. Single dishes such as fried rice, noodle soups, and steamed rice with something simple such as an omelette, fried/grilled pork or chicken, or a stir fry with vegetables, are commonly sold for breakfast from street stalls as a quick take-out.

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I just had a fantastic dinner at The Local earlier. The Pak Miang Pad Kai was simple, but like you said, they did it perfectly. I also had the Gaeng Kua Gai Bai Som Pan Kee Maa and ordered it spicy. The first bite unexpectedly made me moan, much to the amusement of the waitresses. I then proceeded to demolish every last morsel and drop. By far, the best thai curry I’ve ever had. Thank you so much for the recommendation. I wish I could try more of their dishes, but I’d need either more time in Bangkok or a second stomach haha. The place to eat TV show at Yumsa Thai restaurant
What SriPraPhai did for New York, Little Serow for DC, and Pok Pok for Portland (and now conquering the world from New York to LA), Tom Silargorn did for our fair city when Lers Ros opened a few years ago in the heart of the Tenderloin. He not only made Thai cuisine relevant but opened our minds to the cuisine’s kaleidoscope of spices and proteins. Soon, visions of frog legs and the liver-intestines soup -- tom kreang nai -- danced in our minds. The only thing different today is that the lines are a little shorter, because there are now chic, snazzy outposts in The Mission and Hayes Valley. You surely know about the legendary stir-fried pork belly with basil and crispy rinds if you follow SF food at all, and go ahead and be boring: order the paid Thai. The city’s elite plate can be found here.

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Khai dao ไข่ดาว Fried egg Literally translated khai dao means "star egg", referring to the star-like shape of the egg after it has been fried. Traditionally the egg is fried in large amounts of hot vegetable oil which produces a crispy outer texture. Khai dao mai suk is a fried egg where the yolk is still runny, the way it is most commonly eaten when served with, for instance, khao phat ("fried rice") or kaphrao mu rat khao ("pork fried with holy basil served with rice"). Fried egg with a (very) hard yolk, khai dao suk (mak), is needed when the fried egg is used for making yam khai dao: fried egg salad. Coffee Circus Ltd Cafe in London for Coffee, Tea and Cakes

The Thai Pesticide Alert Network (Thai-PAN), a food safety advocacy group, regularly tests Thai farm produce for contamination. In their August 2016 evaluation, the group found that of 158 samples, 56 percent of produce was found to have unsafe levels of chemicals. A spokesperson for the group said that 70.2 percent of the produce from supermarkets was contaminated. Chinese kale topped the list of contaminated vegetables with 10 out of 11 samples containing residues. Red chillies (9 of 12) came in second, followed by cowpeas and basil (8 of 12), morning glory (7 of 12), small eggplants (6 of 11), cucumbers (5 of 11), tomatoes (3 of 11), cabbage (2 of 11), and Chinese cabbage (2 of 12). Among fruits, Sai Nam Phueng oranges were most contaminated as traces of chemicals were found in all eight samples. They were followed by dragon fruit (7 of 8), guava (6 of 7), papaya (3 of 6), watermelon (3 of 7), and cantaloupe (1 of 7).[53]

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Fit to Be Thai'd is truly a great place. The atmosphere is fun, relaxed and a great place to be after a long day of hitting the slopes. The service is not great. You should expect waiting over an hour for your meal, but that is the charm of this place. You learn to relax and enjoy time with your family. You really get a taste of the laid back Vermont vibe. The organization and effectiveness of Fit to be Thai'd is probably a 3/10, and things are always a big chaotic. But hey, that's the charm, right?! Anyways, the food is really good! Great food, good prices, good portions! I constantly come back here because of the delicious food and enjoyable atmosphere.
Yum kanom jeen ยำขนมจีน Yum kanomjeen is a spicy and sour salad mixed with kanom jeen. Kanom jeen is thin rice noodles which are made from fresh rice sometimes fermented rice starch, fermented for few days, boiled and then made into noodles. The original kanom jeen came from the Mon people. The main ingredients of Yum kanom jeen are fish sauce, sugar, lime juice, and chili powder. Some places will add pla ra to Yum kanom jeen too. Pla ra is the Thai traditional ingredient produced by fermented fish. Yum kanom jeen has a good spicy and sour taste, but many people would like to order the flavor that they like. Yum kanom jeen is a low- calorie food and it has only 220 calories per dish. To suit for people who are healthy and want to diet. Yum kanom jeen is not difficult to find. It can be found in either restaurant or street food. Thai Boran - Thai Restaurant, 56 Green Lane, Derby DE1 1RP

Spicy roasted duck in a powerful basil sauce is a must and the pad Thai here -- which gets a bad reputation from lesser purveyors -- will show you how the use of real tamarind and palm sugar gives the poor bastardized icon new life. Also a must: their signature drunken noodles -- a dreamy, relentlessly bold carb, spice, and meat marriage. Oh, and Arun used to be a sommelier with the Mandarin Oriental in San Francisco (hint hint, get wine). Mango Tree, Thai Restaurant London serving Authentic Thai Cuisine or Thai Food
Thai meals typically consist of rice (khao in Thai) with many complementary dishes shared by all. The dishes are all served at the same time, including the soups, and it is also customary to provide more dishes than there are guests at a table. A Thai family meal would normally consist of rice with several dishes which should form a harmonious contrast of flavors and textures as well as preparation methods. Traditionally, a meal would have at least five elements: a dip or relish for raw or cooked vegetables (khrueang chim) is the most crucial component of any Thai meal.[24][25] Khrueang chim, considered a building block of Thai food by Chef McDang, may come in the form of a spicy chili sauce or relish called nam phrik (made of raw or cooked chilies and other ingredients, which are then mashed together), or a type of dip enriched with coconut milk called lon. The other elements would include a clear soup (perhaps a spicy tom yam or a mellow tom chuet), a curry or stew (essentially any dish identified with the kaeng prefix), a deep-fried dish and a stir fried dish of meat, fish, seafood, or vegetables.

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When you think of Livermore, you think of windmills and the hottest temperatures in the Bay Area. And that’s it. How very unfair to this not-so-boring ‘burb which should also be known as the home to Lanna Thai, an ode to the chef’s native Southern Thailand where the dishes are much brighter and lean more towards the sea and spice over Northern Thailand’s herbs and forest focus.

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Khao soi Mae Sai ข้าวซอยแม่สาย North Khao soi Mae Sai is the name in Chiang Mai of a certain type of khao soi that is more common in Chiang Rai province, in the area along the border with Burma and Laos (Mae Sai is a border town in Chiang Rai province). It is a spicy soup-like dish, similar to the broth used in khanom chin nam ngiao, containing soft, wide rice noodles, pork ribs, congealed pork blood, and minced pork. Tomatoes and fermented soy bean give it its specific taste. Sliced raw cabbage and bean sprouts are served on the side.

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I was amazed that this tiny restaurant, which seemed to be mostly a take-out place, prepared some of the best Thai food I've ever had. Although it's often touted as the "Thai national dish," larb is not available at many other Thai restaurants I've tried. Here, crumbled chicken is combined with lemongrass, chilies, lime juice, and a sweet and tangy sauce to create one of the best versions I've had. As some other reviewers have mentioned, the staff are so sweet and delivery is very fast. Thai Food, Chicken in Pandan Leaf Recipe
Start the meal with sweet coconut milk-marinated pork satay, served with a tart and spicy cucumber relish, and a traditional shredded salad featuring either green mango or crab and cabbage. Hot and sour shrimp soup, fragrant with citrusy lemongrass, is an invigorating second course. For the centerpiece of the meal, a coconut milk based red curry with roasted duck, fresh pineapple, and plenty of spice is perfect served over steamed rice. End the meal with sticky rice with mangoes, or a batch of crispy fried bananas.

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Thai and Japanese food are flavorful, creative and delectable dishes with an artistic culinary style of its own. Our vast assortment of ingredients include lemongrass, galangel, coriander, and fresh chillies. Thai food and sushi initially sets itself apart from many other culinary arts by using authentic and fresh ingredients, prepared with highest quality spices and a cultural flare. Our dishes are known for those looking for a healthier way of eating. At Zenna, we strive to make your dining experience a memorable one. Fight Science Kick Test (Capoeira, Karate, Muaythai & Taekwondo)

Khao soi Mae Sai ข้าวซอยแม่สาย North Khao soi Mae Sai is the name in Chiang Mai of a certain type of khao soi that is more common in Chiang Rai province, in the area along the border with Burma and Laos (Mae Sai is a border town in Chiang Rai province). It is a spicy soup-like dish, similar to the broth used in khanom chin nam ngiao, containing soft, wide rice noodles, pork ribs, congealed pork blood, and minced pork. Tomatoes and fermented soy bean give it its specific taste. Sliced raw cabbage and bean sprouts are served on the side. London Good Street Food. Thai Restaurants in Camden Market, Camden Town
One survey conducted in 2003 by the Kellogg School of Management and Sasin Institute showed that Thai cuisine ranked fourth when people were asked to name an ethnic cuisine, after Italian, French, and Chinese cuisine. When asked "what is your favourite cuisine?", Thailand's cuisine came in at sixth place, behind the three aforementioned cuisines, and Indian and Japanese cuisine.[89]:3–4 Bonobo Boiler Room London — Live at Alexandra Palace
I don't usually give low scores but this place is a piece of work. Disclaimer: I didn't actually dine here... and there's a reason why. I went here on a Wednesday evening. Granted it was during Presidents Day weekend but when we walked in, the restaurant was half empty. Yay! But as we stood by the entrance for 10 minutes, no one acknowledged our existence even though there was a sign on the hostess table that said "Please wait to be seated". More people are starting to line up. I see a waitress scrambling from table to table looking flustered. Another waiter is walking around frantically. Then a customer from the far side of the restaurant goes up to the waitress and complains that they ordered dumplings before the other tables and still haven't received them. The customer wasn't overtly rude. The waitress then goes to the manager (?) and vents about the said customer. OK. Finally when we do get acknowledged we're asked if we had a reservation. Nope. Because there's no sign anywhere that indicates you need a reservation. They say they can't accommodate walk ins and are only taking reservations. I ask if I can get one for later and no. They're done taking them for the night (it's 6:30 PM). Pretty interesting considering, like I said, the restaurant was half empty and there were at least 5 staff members working. Obviously these people have no idea how to run a business. After waiting, I was about to go back there and help them make a green curry. TLDR: Get a reservation. Expect to wait for your food. Expect order snafus. But the place did smell amazing. Red Crab Thai Restaurant in Ellerslie Auckland
Lap Lanna ลาบล้านนา North Northern Thai lap is completely different from lap from northeastern Thailand. Northern Thai lap is made by mixing raw or cooked minced meat (mainly pork, beef, chicken or fish) with an elaborate mix of dry spices and herbs. The northern Thai lap does not contain lime juice or fish sauce. The version in the image is lap khua, meaning that the meat has been fried. AMAZING THAI FOOD IN LONDON - Thai Silk Restaurant
NYC Thai in Boca - I'll take it! Ordered through Uber Eats tonight, based on the high Yelp reviews (Thanks Fellow Yeplers), order the Coconut Milk Soup, Drunken Noodle, Miso Soup, and Fried Rice. The Thai soup was delicious..great flavor and lots of veggies. The Drunken Noodles were ON POINT..I have never had good drunken noodles outside of Manhattan. These were super flavorful, nice amount of basil..ate the entire plate. Next time, I'll order extra spicy bc I like more than a kick..but overall super good flavor. The miso was good. Fried rice was also excellent, not greasy at all..just lite and pure flavor. We eat out/order in ALOT (like a lot a lot) and this was the most enjoyable meal I've had in a while! I can't wait to try the sushi and order more noodles! Well done, Me-Sen, well done! How to Make Sushi
Known as ahan chan diao (Thai: อาหารจานเดียว; lit., "single dish food"), it is not only the name for true single plate dishes, but also for dishes that are served "rat khao" (lit., "poured on rice"): one or more dishes are served together with rice on one plate. Some of these eateries offer a large selection of (pre-cooked) dishes, others are specialized in only a one, or a few dishes with rice. Crouch End Snow
At first, San Jose’s Siam Fine Thai Cuisine strikes as the normal, generic Thai restaurant found in every city. But when you notice the old lady methodically cutting sweet basil at one table and the delicate texture of sea bass and myriad layers to its green curry, you realize you’re onto something here. The most-ordered dish is the decidedly-not-authentic-though-exceedingly-worthwhile "Mango Tango" that sounds like (and is) a Jamba Juice flavor, but really is a slightly sweet, very spicy, not-cloying-at-all plate of prawns, chicken, cashews, mango, and various vegetables. Being sandwiched between the faux Europe of Santana Row and mega-mall dread of Valley Fair, avoid the area at all costs come holiday shopping time. The F Word Best Local Thai Restaurant - Gordon Ramsay
From Cape Town to Khao San Road, the default international Thai dish! Dropped in a searing hot wok, fistfuls of small, thin or wide noodles (you choose) do a steamy minute-long dance alongside crunchy beansprouts, onion and egg, before disembarking for the nearest plate. A truly interactive eating experience, half its fun (and flavour) lies in then using a quartet of accompanying condiments - fish sauce, sugar, chilli powder and finely ground peanuts - to wake it from its slumbers. Conor Maynard Cooking At YumYum Thai Restaurant
There must be a law in South FL that every shopping center must contain a Thai/Sushi place even if it is ACROSS THE STREET from another Thai/Sushi. That's exactly what is going on with Me-Sen, which is literally across the street from Saiko-I in an opposing shopping center and is in Rise Sushi's former space. Rise, after 10 years in this spot, has moved down the block to a much larger space in the Boardwalk with outdoor dining on the canal. So now we have THREE very similar restaurants within one mile of each other. I've now reviewed all of them in the course of a week. Saiko-I is still my favorite. They are just doing things that much better, IMHO. Me-Sen is the smallest of the three. It's very nicely set up though. Just a sushi bar and dining room giving it total capacity around 40. I can see why Rise felt it needed to move especially when it got too busy. During lunch hour at Me-Sen, however, it was dead. We and one other customer were dining and a couple takeout orders came and went. We were presented initially with the lunch menu which is from Chaiyo Thai Bistro, another restaurant they own in Delray Beach. https://yelp.to/qTKq/eaDTzZ3WgP We also asked for the main menu as well which has very playful and punny section headings. It's cute, adorable even. Server brought an amuse of rice cracker topped with Spicy Krab Salad. We liked it, was a nice way to open the meal. Wife started with the Pork and Shrimp dumplings, which are made in-house and are simply called Steamed Dumplings on the menu. These are of a traditional Thai style -- Khanom Jeeb -- topped with caramelized crispy garlic and resemble Chinese Siu Mai dim sum. She felt the dumplings could use more fried garlic on top, but that is a minor nitpick. They are also used as the wontons in the house wonton soup, which is a clear and relatively unsalty broth, a nice departure from what you typically get around here, which I liked. I ordered an Atkins Roll (not trademarked?) from the "no rice" roll list. They also have a cucumber wrap list as well. "No Rice" here means summer roll wraps which are -- wait for it -- rice noodles. So not completely low carb. "Less" carb. Preparation on the roll is attractive, but the rice paper makes the pieces stick together the way it was plated. Where things got a bit squirrelly was my wife's lunch menu dish, Garlic Delight Pork (Pad Kratiem Prik Thai) with added basil. Although we clearly said pork -- Server put it in as chicken, I guess because so many people order it that way. The server really should read back his orders to confirm, as ours wasn't the only transaction that had mistakes, the takeout ones did as well. We decided not to send it back because we had an upcoming appointment and did not want to be late. Chicken was sliced with the grain which gave it a stringy texture. We ordered it with a brown rice with red bean mixture which we liked as it was different from the usual blah brown rice. The lunch portion also comes with Pad Thai. It's mentioned on the very top of the menu (which I guess we did not notice) in case you are watching your carb and sugar intake -- that we felt was way too sweet, and tasted like it was made with ketchup which many Pad Thai are in the US. Missing tangy flavor from tamarind and saltiness from fish sauce. We each had one bite and left the rest, I would have preferred to have been given the option to have more vegetables. The veg provided were just steamed broccoli and came out cold. Seasoning on the chicken itself was very mild, I expected better of a dish that bills itself as a "Garlic Delight" and is a well-known Thai street dish known for a bold garlic flavor. Server took the chicken dish off the bill so they appropriately corrected their mistake. Second visit we came for dinner, ate at the sushi bar. Chef Tom is personable, his presentation is nice, at least for traditional sashimi which uses flowers and garnish. However I found his basic sashimi appetizer to be fairly pedestrian, had just tuna, salmon and escolar -- which is a cheap oily fish that I wish places would not use. And it is used heavily here in many of the rolls. All his cucumber / rice-free sushi rolls, other then one of the combos had cream cheese or a fried item in it, so we did not want to order much of the things they had because we tend to stay away from those Americanized -- dare I say Floridian types. I am not inclined to come back. With two other new and notable Thai/Sushi places within such a short distance -- and operating on a much higher level -- they really need to up their game on execution and creativity in order to differentiate. Unlike Delray Beach, where their first restaurant, Chaiyo, has little competition, and has been doing business successfully for four years, Boca has an great many Asian places to choose from serving Thai and Sushi.
Wife and I ordered curry for lunch. Panang and Masaman curry. To Go. $30. Avid Thai enthusiast. We both love Thai. Worst Thai dish I have had in forever. Both looked identical. Should have taken photos. Both orange in color. Never seen that before. Masaman just had chunks of potatoes and 3 peanuts. It was not good. Panang curry. My favorite. Was so odd I could not tell what kind of curry it was. Place was empty. Maybe good chefs work nights. Unlikely to return. Compilation of Terror (Picture house of Fear)
There must be a law in South FL that every shopping center must contain a Thai/Sushi place even if it is ACROSS THE STREET from another Thai/Sushi. That's exactly what is going on with Me-Sen, which is literally across the street from Saiko-I in an opposing shopping center and is in Rise Sushi's former space. Rise, after 10 years in this spot, has moved down the block to a much larger space in the Boardwalk with outdoor dining on the canal. So now we have THREE very similar restaurants within one mile of each other. I've now reviewed all of them in the course of a week. Saiko-I is still my favorite. They are just doing things that much better, IMHO. Me-Sen is the smallest of the three. It's very nicely set up though. Just a sushi bar and dining room giving it total capacity around 40. I can see why Rise felt it needed to move especially when it got too busy. During lunch hour at Me-Sen, however, it was dead. We and one other customer were dining and a couple takeout orders came and went. We were presented initially with the lunch menu which is from Chaiyo Thai Bistro, another restaurant they own in Delray Beach. https://yelp.to/qTKq/eaDTzZ3WgP We also asked for the main menu as well which has very playful and punny section headings. It's cute, adorable even. Server brought an amuse of rice cracker topped with Spicy Krab Salad. We liked it, was a nice way to open the meal. Wife started with the Pork and Shrimp dumplings, which are made in-house and are simply called Steamed Dumplings on the menu. These are of a traditional Thai style -- Khanom Jeeb -- topped with caramelized crispy garlic and resemble Chinese Siu Mai dim sum. She felt the dumplings could use more fried garlic on top, but that is a minor nitpick. They are also used as the wontons in the house wonton soup, which is a clear and relatively unsalty broth, a nice departure from what you typically get around here, which I liked. I ordered an Atkins Roll (not trademarked?) from the "no rice" roll list. They also have a cucumber wrap list as well. "No Rice" here means summer roll wraps which are -- wait for it -- rice noodles. So not completely low carb. "Less" carb. Preparation on the roll is attractive, but the rice paper makes the pieces stick together the way it was plated. Where things got a bit squirrelly was my wife's lunch menu dish, Garlic Delight Pork (Pad Kratiem Prik Thai) with added basil. Although we clearly said pork -- Server put it in as chicken, I guess because so many people order it that way. The server really should read back his orders to confirm, as ours wasn't the only transaction that had mistakes, the takeout ones did as well. We decided not to send it back because we had an upcoming appointment and did not want to be late. Chicken was sliced with the grain which gave it a stringy texture. We ordered it with a brown rice with red bean mixture which we liked as it was different from the usual blah brown rice. The lunch portion also comes with Pad Thai. It's mentioned on the very top of the menu (which I guess we did not notice) in case you are watching your carb and sugar intake -- that we felt was way too sweet, and tasted like it was made with ketchup which many Pad Thai are in the US. Missing tangy flavor from tamarind and saltiness from fish sauce. We each had one bite and left the rest, I would have preferred to have been given the option to have more vegetables. The veg provided were just steamed broccoli and came out cold. Seasoning on the chicken itself was very mild, I expected better of a dish that bills itself as a "Garlic Delight" and is a well-known Thai street dish known for a bold garlic flavor. Server took the chicken dish off the bill so they appropriately corrected their mistake. Second visit we came for dinner, ate at the sushi bar. Chef Tom is personable, his presentation is nice, at least for traditional sashimi which uses flowers and garnish. However I found his basic sashimi appetizer to be fairly pedestrian, had just tuna, salmon and escolar -- which is a cheap oily fish that I wish places would not use. And it is used heavily here in many of the rolls. All his cucumber / rice-free sushi rolls, other then one of the combos had cream cheese or a fried item in it, so we did not want to order much of the things they had because we tend to stay away from those Americanized -- dare I say Floridian types. I am not inclined to come back. With two other new and notable Thai/Sushi places within such a short distance -- and operating on a much higher level -- they really need to up their game on execution and creativity in order to differentiate. Unlike Delray Beach, where their first restaurant, Chaiyo, has little competition, and has been doing business successfully for four years, Boca has an great many Asian places to choose from serving Thai and Sushi. The Meeting Bar & Restaurant
I am easily partial to Thai food and especially sushi! Therefore I try to check out as many places that have good reviews! I was pleasantly surprised at how great the food was here at Me-Sen! Nice and clean restaurant with fast service (which is important to me!). I absolutely loved the Pad-thai here, which I am super picky about! This is a restaurant I would definitely go back to and next time will be taking friends too!! Hwijae's favorite Thai Restaurant in GUAM! [Battle Trip/2018.04.29]
This is a very comforting dish for Thai people because it’s essentially noodles in a gravy. The gravy gets its flavor from fish sauce, black soy sauce and oyster sauce and shouldn’t be too sweet. If this dish is served with condiments like dry chili flakes, sugar (for you to add as you like), fish sauce and sliced hot chilies in white vinegar, you’re eating authentic lad na. Lamai Thai: school of authentic cooking
It's only been open for a month but they seem like they're doing good. The place is small but it's really nice and simple Zen decor with the koi fish on the walls. What I ordered: 1) Hamachi Kama- I've never had it fried so that was a little unusual. Not really the biggest fan, I prefer mine grilled 2) Atkins roll- HIGHLY RECOMMEND, it's all fish, no rice. It's got that unique squishy texture from the fish and the rice paper roll, but I love it! 3) Spider roll - eh, I've had better 4) papaya salad- too much fish sauce 5) Sushi sampler appetizer- always good to have plain sushi :) 6) Tom Kha soup - way too much coconut milk, I preferred more savory flavor rather than the sweetness It was overall an okay experience. I'd definitely go just for the Atkins roll.

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Kafae boran กาแฟโบราณ Kafae boran literally translates to "ancient/traditional coffee". It is a strong coffee that is served with sweetened condensed milk, similar in taste to the kopi that is served at kopi tiam (traditional coffee shops) of Malaysia and Singapore. It is usually made with robusta coffee beans, by steeping the grounds inside a brewing "sock".

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Madison Valley’s new Thai restaurant is casual enough for takeout, but the street food–centered menu and windowed dining room are worthy of an actual night out: Round sausages burst with garlic, a larb (aka salad) of crispy mushrooms dusted in rice powder is so bright and savory it’s almost oysterlike, while a trio of chicken drumsticks (and a satisfyingly rich curry) ground the kao soi noodle dish. Familiars like pad thai receive equally careful treatment. Yum Yum
Besides kaffir lime leaves, several other tree leaves are used in Thai cuisine such as cha-om, the young feathery leaves of the Acacia pennata tree. These leaves can be cooked in omelettes, soups and curries or eaten raw in northern Thai salads. Banana leaves are often used as packaging for ready-made food or as steamer cups such as in ho mok pla, a spicy steamed pâté or soufflé made with fish and coconut milk. Banana flowers are also used in Thai salads or as a vegetable ingredient for certain curries. The leaves and flowers of the neem tree (sadao) are also eaten blanched. Phak lueat (leaves from the Ficus virens) are cooked in curries, and bai makok (from the Spondias mombin) can be eaten raw with a chili paste. Mango Tree, Thai Restaurant London serving Authentic Thai Cuisine or Thai Food
Khao mu krop mu daeng ข้าวหมูกรอบหมูแดง Slices of mu krop (crispy pork) and mu daeng (red roast pork) served on rice, and often covered with a sticky soy and/or oyster-sauce based sauce. Very often, a clear soup, boiled egg, cucumber, and spring onion is served on the side. Sliced chili peppers in Chinese black vinegar and dark soy sauce are provided as a condiment for this dish.

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