Bbq Chicken Red CurryBbq chicken in red curry sauce with zucchini and bell peppers.
Red Duck CurryDuck in red curry sauce, tomatoes and pineapple.
Mus-Sa Mun Curry ChickenMus-sa-mun curry, tomatoes, potatoes and peanuts.
Yellow Curry ChickenChicken in yellow curry sauce with potatoes.
Green Curry ChickenChicken in green curry sauce with zucchini and bell peppers.
Bbq ChickenPieces or whole.
Bbq Thai Pork Sausage
Bbq Thai Style Marinated
Bbq Pork Spare Ribs
Fried RiceChicken, pork or beef.
Combination Fried RiceShrimps, squid, pork and chicken, onions, tomatoes.
Crab Fried RiceCrab meat, crab claws, onion and tomatoes.
Bbq Chicken Over Fried Rice
Shrimps Fried Rice
Pineapple Fried RiceShrimps, chicken, cashew nuts, raisins and tomatoes.
Fried Chicken Over Fried Rice
Thai Pork Sausage Fried Rice
Egg Fried Rice
Fried Banana with Ice CreamMitchell's coconut or vanilla.
Sticky Rice with Mango
Sticky Rice with Ice Cream
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Best Thai place in Tender Nob. Good portions. The red curry here is a real good value for money. The location is not really favorable for tourists but an excellent place for locals who are used to parking/eating in Tenderloin restaurants.GooglePlace - November 2017
Very good food and nice place. Unfortunately the communication with the service did not go smoothlyGooglePlace - October 2017
To an average American, this is just another Thai restaurant in SF. But it's THE go-to place for Thai locals craving authentic Thai noodles, made just the way they do in the motherland. I got all three noodles on the Thai menu and felt the nostalgia of Bangkok with every bite. Will be back to try more things!GooglePlace - October 2017
Called to place an order. Crazy people work here. Forced me to give my number ten times and repeat my order ten times. Horrific people beware of this restaurant. Really psycho people. They literally took my order then kept handing it to the next person. I only ordered one dish and went through hell.GooglePlace - October 2017
Last minute stop because the other place didn't have room for 6 people. So we came here. The food was good.GooglePlace - August 2017
Spring roll, yen ta fo must tryFoursquare - July 2017
Not much noodles in the Large size boat noodles. Hainan chicken and sauce very good. Low prices.Foursquare - May 2017
Duck red curry was delicious!Foursquare - May 2017
Get the Thai boat noodles! Thick noodle, beef, with blood. Trust me... its the best Thai dish you'll have in the States.Foursquare - January 2017
super cheap, so worthFoursquare - December 2016
So cheap! You can get a $10 meal.Foursquare - November 2016
The boat noodle soup is amazing!Foursquare - November 2016
Boat noodles. Make sure you use the condiments. So good.Foursquare - October 2016
Boat noodles ftw. Hainan chicken for those in the know.Foursquare - October 2016
try the yen ta fo (on the Thai menu only) with flat wide noodles! it's a seafood broth. my favorite 😍Foursquare - April 2016
Super authentic and just as dirty as Thailand if not worse. Great for a Thai movie set.Foursquare - December 2015
Inexpensive, casual. Don't be scared off by rough decor. Skip the spring rolls. The wrap is too thick & chewy.Foursquare - December 2015
Great food at reasonable prices, but the neighborhood here is quite shady. There were three homeless people loitering in front of the restaurant and many more in the nearby streets.Foursquare - November 2015
Def get the authentic Thai dishes vs the American staples -- some are written in Thai off the menu. Highly recommend the Hainan chicken ($7.50) and the boat noodles ($2.50 for small, $6.50 for large).Foursquare - October 2015
The red and green curry dishes are amazing here. And authentic Thai iced tea made it complete.Foursquare - September 2015