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. Indian Lamb - Gordon Ramsay
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Arrived around 7pm, the place was pretty bare. It did fill up rather quickly in less than an hour, so that always a good indicator. Certainly off the beaten track of Warren, Fit to be Thaid is worth the trip. Offering a selection of local beers on tap, as well as decent selection of wine and spirits, there's no reason to exclude it for just a drink and snack. The menu is short, which is great. There's a special app of the day, which for us was Salmon Rangoon. I highly recommend the Drunken Noodles. The veggies were cooked to perfection with just the right amount of seasoning. For our entrees, we chose the Red Curry and veggie based Curry. I was pleased with the intensity of heat, as well as the equally smooth, creamy texture of the coconut milk. One of the best curries I have ever tried! The best feature about FTBT was the service. We had the pleasure of being served by adequately attentive staff. Food orders were promptly taken without feeling rush. Courtesy with the utmost respect given. Water never went empty. I have to disagree with the 2 previous reviews claiming service was poor. Possibly, there were some additional wait staff hired with more experience, but I would be hard pressed to agreed with those statements at the current time. Prices are reasonable for Thai cuisine. Expect to spend about 60 for 2 with app, entrees and drinks. Thai Massage & Happy Ending
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.
Expect to find potatoes, roasted peanuts and chicken thighs in this fragrant curry. The word “Mussaman” in Thai means “Muslim.” Unlike green curry, Gaeng Mussaman is not served with fermented rice noodles but over jasmine rice. Look for a pungent aroma from the combination of coriander, cumin, cloves, ginger and cinnamon. The flavors of this curry are slightly sweet and sour from tamarind sauce. Yum yum Restaurant. This person is a very nice man
A survey of the quality of fish sauce on sale across Thailand reported that just over one-third of the samples were not up to standards set by the Public Health Ministry. The three-year survey, from 2012 to 2015, involved 1,121 samples of fish sauce sold under 422 brands from 245 manufacturers. Of the total analysed, 410 samples, or 36.5 percent, did not meet the standard. The major reasons for the substandard fish sauce were low nitrogen readings and the ratio of glutamic acid to nitrogen either higher or lower than the required standards.[58] Yum Yum
The server didn't bus her table which kept attracting flies until we asked 3x and told her we wouldn't eat until it was cleaned. The thing is, is when we finally told her we need it cleaned she scoffed and rolled her eyes and said "FINE." I understand it maybe busy...but we've been waiting 45 minutes for our food and for your to do this so we can enjoy our meal...

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Fishy smell on entry? Not a good start. Salty miso? Eh. Shrimp rolls were crisp, and well presented, but the sauce was sugar without any contrasts. Diabetic soup. Yuck. The pineapple fried rice was sweet, greasy curry, without any contrast: Salt, spice, something. The Red Dragon sushi roll was a fried fats fest, light on any FLAVOR. Service was equally flavorless. A pale comparison to Sushi Simon in Boynton, where they don't drown the fresh fish in grease. Gotta say, a big disappointment to drive over here and find that Hot and New is more middling meh. The stale garbage smell at 10:49p? Last star down. Wait until close to empty the scraps can! RC Vehicles Work in the Mud! Best R/C Construction Site! RC Trucks Extreme!
Arrived around 7pm, the place was pretty bare. It did fill up rather quickly in less than an hour, so that always a good indicator. Certainly off the beaten track of Warren, Fit to be Thaid is worth the trip. Offering a selection of local beers on tap, as well as decent selection of wine and spirits, there's no reason to exclude it for just a drink and snack. The menu is short, which is great. There's a special app of the day, which for us was Salmon Rangoon. I highly recommend the Drunken Noodles. The veggies were cooked to perfection with just the right amount of seasoning. For our entrees, we chose the Red Curry and veggie based Curry. I was pleased with the intensity of heat, as well as the equally smooth, creamy texture of the coconut milk. One of the best curries I have ever tried!

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Khao phan nga muan ข้าวพันงาม้วน North Rolled khao phan with sesame seeds. Khao phan is a specialty from northern Laos which in Thailand is only found in Uttaradit province. Rice flour is mixed with water and let to ferment overnight. The resulting batter is then spread out thinly over a cloth stretched out over a steamer, covered with a hood and let to steam for a few minutes. Rolled up it is served with a chili dip. The CHEAPEST Tablet on the Market

Thai cuisine and the culinary traditions and cuisines of Thailand's neighbors have mutually influenced one another over the course of many centuries. Regional variations tend to correlate to neighboring states (often sharing the same cultural background and ethnicity on both sides of the border) as well as climate and geography. Northern Thai cuisine shares dishes with Shan State in Burma, northern Laos, and also with Yunnan Province in China, whereas the cuisine of Isan (northeastern Thailand) is similar to that of southern Laos, and is also influenced by Khmer cuisine from Cambodia to its south, and by Vietnamese cuisine to its east. Southern Thailand, with many dishes that contain liberal amounts of coconut milk and fresh turmeric, has that in common with Indian, Malaysian, and Indonesian cuisine.[5][6][7] In addition to these regional cuisines, there is also Thai royal cuisine which can trace its history back to the cosmopolitan palace cuisine of the Ayutthaya kingdom (1351–1767 CE). Its refinement, cooking techniques, presentation, and use of ingredients were of great influence to the cuisine of the central Thai plains.[8][9][10] A trip to Yum Yum Donuts!

Thai cuisine only became well-known worldwide from the 1960s on, when Thailand became a destination for international tourism and US troops arrived in large numbers during the Vietnam War. The number of Thai restaurants went up from four in 1970s London to between two and three hundred in less than 25 years.[89]:3–4 The earliest attested Thai restaurant in the United States, "Chada Thai", opened its doors in 1959 in Denver, Colorado. It was run by the former newspaper publisher Lai-iad (Lily) Chittivej. The oldest Thai restaurant in London, "The Bangkok Restaurant", was opened in 1967 by Mr and Mrs Bunnag, a former Thai diplomat and his wife, in South Kensington.[90]

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The server didn't bus her table which kept attracting flies until we asked 3x and told her we wouldn't eat until it was cleaned. The thing is, is when we finally told her we need it cleaned she scoffed and rolled her eyes and said "FINE." I understand it maybe busy...but we've been waiting 45 minutes for our food and for your to do this so we can enjoy our meal...

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Sabuy Sabuy II gives each diner free scoops of homemade green tea-wasabi or banana-sesame sorbet at the end of the meal. That’s enough reason to BART over, isn’t it? But oh no, that’s just the beginning. Amidst stiff competition in the Albany-North Berkeley corridor, Sabuy Sabuy II stands out because it is one of the very few (maybe only) Thai restaurants around where you are encouraged to forgo the menu and let the ever-gracious owner Bart create your meal. A "Thai omakase", if you will. The regular menu is no slouch either, including way-better-than-it-sounds sweet fruit salad for a starter. The second Sabuy Sabuy gets the nudge over the University-adjacent original, which’s geared more towards take out (though it has a money patio).
When time is limited or when eating alone, single dishes, such as fried rice or noodle soups, are quick and filling. An alternative is to have one or smaller helpings of curry, stir fries and other dishes served together on one plate with a portion of rice. This style of serving food is called khao rat kaeng (lit., "rice covered with curry"), or for short khao kaeng (lit., "rice curry"). Eateries and shops that specialize in pre-made food are the usual place to go to for having a meal this way. These venues have a large display showing the different dishes one can choose. When placing their order at these places, Thais will state if they want their food served as separate dishes, or together on one plate with rice (rat khao). Very often, regular restaurants will also feature a selection of freshly made "rice curry" dishes on their menu for single customers.

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Sa nuea sadung ส้าเนื้อสะดุ้ง North A northern Thai speciality, made with medium rare, thinly sliced beef. Other ingredients for this dish are the elaborate phrik lap Lanna spices-and-chilli mix, onions, some broth, and fresh herbs such as kraphao (holy basil) or phak phai (Vietnamese coriander) although this particular version was made using saranae (spearmint). This particular version also contained nam phia, the partially digested contents from the first of the four stomachs of cattle, for added flavour.[2]
A wide range of insects are eaten in Thailand, especially in Isan and in the north. Many markets in Thailand sell deep-fried grasshoppers, crickets (ching rit), bee larvae, silkworm (non mai), ant eggs (khai mot) and termites. The culinary creativity even extends to naming: one tasty larva, which is also known under the name "bamboo worm" (non mai phai, Omphisa fuscidentalis),[74] is colloquially called "express train" (rot duan) due to its appearance.
For a fine dining experience come visit us at our restaurant located in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Sushi Thai Garden features artistic presentations of Japanese and Thai cuisine prepared with all fresh ingredients. This dining experience in friendly clean surroundings is one that satisfied even the hardiest appetites. We are open for lunch and dinner with take out and gift certificates available. Our gift certificate makes a perfect gift for any occasion. We also accept reservations.

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This review is only based on customer service. Wish it could have been for the food as we heard great things even with  long wait times - as long as 2 hours.  Walked in and waited several minutes for someone to come and ask if we wanted a seat we said no just take out were told it would be an hour to get the food -fine by us then the woman walked away 5 minutes later she comes back over and says are you being helped?! we just want takeout ok told again it will be at least an hour still ok but this time she gave us menus - all is good so far even the odd part of the waitress forgetting that she already talked to us. We pick out what we wanted waited another 10 minutes or so for another person to come by ask if we need help- have same conversation with her we only want take out until she says  we are not doing takeout anymore we explain what we've been told how we've been waiting and she says I need to talk to Bruce ..... Which she does after we explained how we've been waiting and Suspense: 'Til the Day I Die / Statement of Employee Henry Wilson / Three Times Murder

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Thai chefs of the Thailand Culinary Academy took second place in the Gourmet Team Challenge (Practical) of the FHC China International Culinary Arts Competition 14 in Shanghai, China on 14–16 November 2012. They won the IKA Culinary Olympic 2012 competition held in Erfurt, Germany between 5–10 October 2012, where they received four gold and one silver medal.[100] САМЫЙ ПОПУЛЯРНЫЙ РЮКЗАК ДЛЯ ЕДИНОБОРСТВ
Derived from the Thai word for delicious, Aroy, Aloy was chosen by the family to ensure customers know the renamed restaurant's reasonable prices and healthy ingredients will remain the same for years to come. With dine in lunch specials from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every day and a host of gluten free and vegan meals, many find it hard to leave the Thai oasis in the city. Thai Fishcakes competition - Gordon Ramsay
Saturday comes around and we are all so excited to try this place; we knew we were in for a treat. We had to try some of the specials, starting with the crispy Umami which were some kick butt greens. I spotted rock shrimp on the menu so I had to try it, it also had spicy mayo, so how could I pass that up? Also insanely delicious, I am a sucker for rock shrimp so you have to try this if you are too! Also got the Wahoo Truffle- another item on the specials list; this was so good- I could have ordered it twice.

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In the list of the "World's 50 most delicious foods", compiled by CNN in 2011, som tam stands at place 46, nam tok mu at 19, tom yam kung at 8, and massaman curry stands on first place as most delicious food in the world.[97] In a reader's poll held a few months later by CNN, mu nam tok came in at 36, Thai fried rice at 24, green curry at 19, massaman curry at 10, and Thai som tam, pad Thai, and tom yam kung at six, five, and four.[98] Thai Square Restaurant in The City London serving Delicious Thai Food
I don't like the food much but since we live in a town with very little take out options we ordered from here yet again. We won't do so anymore because I'm typing this out to instill in my memory that I really don't like the it. I'm not a Thai food snob at all, but I've had a lot better. Super overpriced. Our total was $44. For 2 simple meals and a small app or 3 spring rolls. Also, a while ago we called to order and were told they weren't taking any more orders for the night? What? I've only experienced such confusion when it comes to accommodating customers here in the Valley. They just can't gauge how much or how little business they're going to get on a given night, at all.

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A mild, tamer twist on Tom Yum, this iconic soup infuses fiery chilies, thinly sliced young galangal, crushed shallots, stalks of lemongrass and tender strips of chicken. However unlike its more watery cousin, lashings of coconut milk soften its spicy blow. Topped off with fresh lime leaves, it's a sweet-smelling concoction, both creamy and compelling.
Few restaurants offer this dish because it calls for pandan leaves, an essential ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine. The leaves are wrapped around chicken marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil and coriander roots. When fried, the leaves perfume the chicken, imparting a grassy, herbal flavor. Look out for this dish — if a restaurant offers this treat, you can be assured you are in good Thai hands.

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From the coconut comes coconut milk, used both in curries and desserts, and coconut oil.[49] The juice of a green coconut can be served as a drink and the young flesh is eaten in either sweet or savory dishes. The grated flesh of a mature coconut is used raw or toasted in sweets, salads and snacks such as miang kham.[50] Thais not only consume products derived from the nut (actually a drupe), but they also make use of the growth bud of the palm tree as a vegetable. From the stalk of the flowers comes a sap that can be used to make coconut vinegar, alcoholic beverages, and sugar. Coconut milk and other coconut-derived ingredients feature heavily in the cuisines of central and southern Thailand. In contrast to these regions, coconut palms do not grow as well in northern and northeastern Thailand, where in wintertime the temperatures are lower and where there is a dry season that can last five to six months. In northern Thai cuisine, only a few dishes, most notably the noodle soup khao soi, use coconut milk. In the southern parts of northeastern Thailand, where the region borders Cambodia, one can again find dishes containing coconut. It is also here that the people eat non-glutinous rice, just as in central and southern Thailand, and not glutinous rice as they do in northern Thailand and in the rest of northeastern Thailand.[51] The F Word Best Local Thai Restaurant - Gordon Ramsay
Here’s the thing: There is just no way to make pad thai without all the necessary ingredients, and many restaurants hope you don’t catch them skimping on the pickled radish, bean sprouts, dried shrimp, Chinese garlic chives and crushed peanuts. No shortcuts allowed. If you see carrots or peppers in your noodles, toss them to the side in protest. In Thailand, some prefer to use vermicelli instead of the regular pad thai noodles. Sometimes pad thai is served wrapped in a thin egg crepe, but it’s always served with traditional Thai condiments. Women Try Crotchless Panties For A Day • Ladylike
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. yum yum stoke newington
Among the green, leafy vegetables and herbs that are usually eaten raw in a meal or as a side dish in Thailand, the most important are: phak bung (morning glory), horapha (Thai basil), bai bua bok (Asian pennywort), phak kachet (water mimosa), phak kat khao (Chinese cabbage), phak phai (praew leaves), phak kayang (rice paddy herb), phak chi farang (culantro), phak tiu (Cratoxylum formosum), phak "phaai" (yellow burr head) and kalamplī (cabbage).[38] Some of these leaves are highly perishable and must be used within a couple of days.

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Kuaitiao nam and bami nam – noodle soup can be eaten at any time of day; served with many combinations of proteins, vegetables, and spicy condiments. The word kuaitiao, although originally designating only sen yai (wide rice noodles), is now used colloquially for rice noodles in general: sen mi (rice vermicelli), sen lek (narrow rice noodles) and the aforementioned sen yai. The yellow egg noodles are called bami. Four condiments are usually provided on the table: sugar, fish sauce, chili flakes, and sliced chilies in vinegar. Simply Thai, Teddington - Gordon Ramsay
Som tam – grated green papaya salad, pounded with a mortar and pestle, similar to the Lao tam mak hoong. There are three main variations: som tam pu with pickled rice-paddy crab, and som tam Thai with peanuts, dried shrimp and palm sugar and som tam pla ra from the northeastern part of Thailand (Isan), with salted gourami fish, white eggplants, fish sauce and long beans. Som tam is usually eaten with sticky rice but a popular variation is to serve it with khanom chin (rice noodles) instead.

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Amidst all of these pungent, vibrant, savory flavors, let us not skip dessert. That’s where Soi 4 Bangkok Eatery in Oakland arrives. Have you had sticky rice with ripe mango before? Like really had that life-altering version with ripe mango that makes you think California produce at its peak is even overrated? Soi 4’s sticky rice and mango could be the best around -- and 99% of Bay Area Thai restaurants serve it. Pay at the table with PayPal - Busaba Eathai Restaurants
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According to the Bangkok Post, aitim tat (Thai: ไอติมตัด; "cut ice cream"), was very popular 30 years ago (1986). It came in rectangular bars of various flavors, sliced into pieces by the vendor, who then inserted two wooden sticks into the pieces to use as holders. Aitim tat was made from milk, coconut milk, flour, sugar, and artificial flavour. The price was one or two baht, depending on the size.[71] 

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Posted Order Times on Our Online Store Are Only Estimated Times. Actual Times May Vary During Our Peak Service Hours of 5:30 - 8:30 especially on the Weekend. For more accurate Times Please Call (802) 496-3008.  The food we serve is Authentic Thai Cuisine, made to order with the freshest ingredients. Therefore our wait times may be longer than what people might think of as regular                 "TO GO FOOD", Especially on larger orders, so please plan accordingly. How to Stay Out of Debt: Warren Buffett - Financial Future of American Youth (1999)
An incredibly popular ‘one plate’ dish for lunch or dinner, fried basil and pork is certainly one of the most popular Thai dishes. It is made in a piping hot wok with lots of holy basil leaves, large fresh chilli, pork, green beans, soy sauce and a little sugar. The minced, fatty pork is oily and mixes with the steamed white rice for a lovely fulfilling meal. It is often topped with a fried egg (kai dao) you will most likely be asked if you would like an egg with it. Be aware that most Thai people ask for lots of chilli in this dish so if you are not a fan of tingling lips, ask for you pad krapow ‘a little spicy’. Crouch End Picturehouse Movie Theater London for Latest Movies and Upcoming Movies
Like most other Asian cuisines, rice is the staple grain of Thai cuisine. According to Thai food expert McDang, rice is the first and most important part of any meal, and the words for rice and food are the same: khao. As in many other rice eating cultures, to say "eat rice" (in Thai "kin khao"; pronounced as "keen cow") means to eat food. Rice is such an integral part of the diet that a common Thai greeting is "kin khao reu yang?" which literally translates as "Have you eaten rice yet?".[31] [check quotation syntax] Coffee Circus Ltd Cafe in London for Coffee, Tea and Cakes
My girl had a bowl of RAMEN with chicken... excellent broth and definitely a heart dish with noodles, chicken and veggies. I had a PAD THAI with shrimp (menu says prawn and I ordered prawns, but the waitress repeated back shrimp which I found to be funny; even though they taste the same, I wonder if she knows shrimp and prawns are different). My Pad Thai was excellent and not overly sweet.  BGI Big night out

Long before the Bay Area knew about mixology or anything about Thai food, Khan Toke Thai House and its next-door Geary neighbor, Tommy’s, the holy grail of tequila snobs, were showing those in the know what real gai yang (barbecued chicken with honey sauce) and margaritas with freshly squeezed lime juice are all about. And they’re still schooling the younger crowd decades later. Yum Yums Recipe from Brilliant Bread by James Morton
Sabuy Sabuy II gives each diner free scoops of homemade green tea-wasabi or banana-sesame sorbet at the end of the meal. That’s enough reason to BART over, isn’t it? But oh no, that’s just the beginning. Amidst stiff competition in the Albany-North Berkeley corridor, Sabuy Sabuy II stands out because it is one of the very few (maybe only) Thai restaurants around where you are encouraged to forgo the menu and let the ever-gracious owner Bart create your meal. A "Thai omakase", if you will. The regular menu is no slouch either, including way-better-than-it-sounds sweet fruit salad for a starter. The second Sabuy Sabuy gets the nudge over the University-adjacent original, which’s geared more towards take out (though it has a money patio).

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