1541 Taraval St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411637.742635 -122.482831
Monday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Central West, Central Sunset
I'm always in the mood for Thai! – While it is not oozing in ambiance, unlike most typical Asian places, at least they painted it a different color, and in this case, a light lavender. Anyways, typical Asian decor, basic, minimalist and all that but it's neat and clean though somewhat sticky. But if you ever eat Asian on a regular basis you know this already and how to deal.
The food is good and hearty and fills you up and does so with flavor and without hurting your wallet. It is definitely without a doubt great bang for my buck. Also the food was ready for pickup quickly, and for under $40, I was able to order, 6 different dishes and fed 3 hungry men with a variety of differing tastes from the experienced Thai eater, to the whitey that thinks he doesn't like Thai food or at least thinks he doesn't like it (that would be my husband) to the Chinese girl that has eaten at most every Asian place in SF (that would be me)- and everyone was satisfied.
Every dish we order gets rave reviews from at least one person in the group.
All this and within 4 blocks of this house means that the number to this place is now programmed into my phone on speed dial, I kid you not.
Food's good, people are nice, I recommend they take credit cards. Raise the prices if they need to. I like their pad thai, the thai ice tea and my wife likes the green pork curry and roast duck over rice.
I can't say that the food is nasty here, it's just not very good. My boyfriend and I ate here the other night. I had the fried rice with chicken, etc. and he had curried pork and a side dish, tea, and both were a disappointment. Cash only too.
A no-frills mini-chain serving Thai fare to neighborhood crowds. – In Short
With spare, comfortable dining rooms and expansive Thai menus, this local chain has developed a loyal clientele. Dishes include pad thai, tom yum gai soup, satay and spring rolls, as well as stir-fried glass noodle with chicken or seafood. Rice-noodle soups are seasoned with cilantro, onions and chili paste and stocked with vegetables and beef, seafood or roasted duck.
Good Thai in Sunset Neighborhood – Wow! Tasty and cheap! Recommend for family or casual dining, not recommend for romantic dining. Also, no alcohol. Easy to park. Noodles are homemade and very good. Highly recommended!!!
Good, Cheap Thai Food – This is a favorite of mine for fast, cheap Thai food. The ambiance and the food is not fancy, but it's hearty and good. I go here all the time, it fills two people for about $15. My favortie dishe are the #6, chicken noodle soup-- this is great on a cold night, #17, the flat rice noodles with ground beef ,basil and spices, the classic Pad Thai is also good.>>>The servers are friendly and seat you promptly, but don't expect to be treated like royalty...it's simple food with simple service. Great for take out on a Friday night.
Good Fast Food at a Good Price – I go here when i'm in a hurry and want something quick. I like their pan fried noodles. They give good portions and the prices are decent. And they are open until like 2am which is an added bonus.
With egg please!! – Great inexpensive dishes. Try the basil with ground chicken and don't forget to ask for egg for an extra 75 cents. Quick service with a smile.
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