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Looking for authentic Thai food? Yep, you'll find it here! Not a 5 star by decor, but the food is excellent! A friend told me about the Khao Soi, and he was right. When the waitress was first serving me the dish, the first thing that got my attention was the aroma. Wow!! But that was just the beginning of a great dish. Don't remember what is all in it, but when I go back, I will definitely get it again. And then a very pleasant surprise: waffles. Yes, waffles! Absolutely the best I've ever had. I here the secret is grinding up meat from a coconut and using it with the flour. So good, with a sweet taste, you don't even need syrup. One of the best meals ever, and hope to be back sooner rather than later.
We stopped here for lunch based on several online recommendations, including one from an article in the NYT. We weren’t disappointed! The khao soi was definitely delicious, as advertised – we both had seconds. We didn’t find an English-language menu until the very end of our visit, but waitresses stopped by all the tables with trays full of khao soi for customers to eat. Most people didn’t seem to be ordering off the menu. Service was a bit chaotic, likely due to the lunch hour rush and lack of English skills, so don’t expect anything fancy. The quality of the food, however, more than made up for the haphazard service.
“Excellent authentic Thai (we were the only whiteys in the packed restaurant)”
Definitely spicy, definitely authentic and definitely worth the short tuk tuk ride away. The place was crowded and it did take a minute to get a waitress to clean the table and take our order but the food was excellent. We initially wanted to go to just khao soI but it's no longer open. We had our tuk tuk wait for us as this restaurant is off the beaten path. I only caution you about the restaurants toilet. this is not a bathroom you want to have to go into. If you have a Jewish stomach like mine, caveat emptor. Fyi. The temple just down the street has a perfectly adequate toilet.