11220 N Lamar Blvd, #306, Austin, TX | Directions 7875330.382170 -97.687574
Finally! – I was beginning to lose hope that I'd find a good Thai food place in Austin. I stumbled upon this place today and I'm so glad I did.
Forget going anywhere near downtown for Thai food. Make the drive out here, it's worth it.
Spending about $10 will get you a meal and a full serving of leftovers along with an AMAZING Thai iced coffee or tea. I can't wait to go back.
Great Authentic Thai Food! – If you're looking for very good, authentic Thai food, this is the place to go. We'd tried various Thai restaurants around Austin and Round Rock and this has been the best so far. Afraid that they might "Americanize" the dishes, I told them to make it as if they were going to eat it, "asian-style," and everything was pretty delicious. Surprisingly, when I asked if they had to modify their normal way of cooking it because of my request, they said "no, that's how they always prepare it" - yeah!! We had the Pad Thai, Tom Yum Koong, Red Beef Curry (I don't remember what that's called), Thai Fried Rice, Pineapple Fried Rice - these were all excellent. The only thing I was a little disappointed in was their fried ice cream dessert. It's got some sort of bread on the outside and vanilla ice cream on the inside - yes, it was fried, but the fried bread didn't really go all that well with the ice cream. However, their coconut ice cream was quite good.
North Austin Thai restaurant with fiery authentic flavors and a memorably mod dining room. – In Short
Inside the Chinatown Center at Braker, the minimally decorated and surprisingly modern dining room of this Thai restaurant is dominated by granite tables and natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The menu promises a multi-page offering of authentic Thai offerings including spring rolls, steamed dumplings and a spicy tom yum soup. Main dishes include your choice of meat with seafood being the popular choice here. Sample classic noodle dishes like pad thai or veggie-filld pad kee mow with basil and peppers. Curries run the gamut from creamy yellow curry with potatoes and peanuts to a milder green curry served with jasmine rice.
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