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Best Thai in town? 12 Replies

Started by Matt. Last reply by fasai s. Jul 3, 2014.

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Comment by fasai s. on June 17, 2014 at 4:48pm

Guys, check out new Thai restaurant, Khoa San, on 1435 North West Flanders Street. Khoa San was named like a road in Bangkok, a center of backpackers from around the world. They serve street food in smaller portion and have Thai beer brewed by a brewery in Ashland. Both lager

and ginger ale beer are good. I like the owner's idea in bringing Tuk tuk, a three wheel open-sided car to Portland. You can sit and eat on this one. The usual tuk tuks are smaller. They also bring a real food cart found on streets in Thailand as well. The bright orange vests staff wear made me smiled because people who actually wear them in Thailand are motorcycle taxis. Yes, you can hop on a motorbike in rush hour and they will zigzag along the roads to take you to where you want to go. Just have to hold on to the driver! 

Comment by fasai s. on June 17, 2014 at 4:41pm

Comment by fasai s. on August 24, 2012 at 1:21pm

If you like Pad Thai, a real one that doesn't fry with peanut sauce, go to Nudi. A new noodle house on Woodstock Blvd. It's delicious.

Comment by fasai s. on June 28, 2012 at 7:01am

Another good Thai restaurant, Paadee (6 SE 28Th Ave), try Kanom Gui Chai (snack), for lunch try Joek (rice porridge- you must add egg and grounded pork OR if you like noodle try Ba mhee muu dang. For dinner we love Gra prao muu grob. Oh.. don't forget to try Thai beer made from Jusmine Rice named :Phuket Beer". As a Thai person, I do like the food here.

Comment by Angela Higgins on January 28, 2012 at 10:48am

Hey Fasai - have you tried Khun Pics Thai on Belmont?  It is the BEST Thai I have ever had here in Portland. The Tom Kha is truly magical...I am in *love*!

Comment by fasai s. on October 6, 2011 at 11:35am

If you like cooking Thai food, especially red curry, use this red curry paste. You can buy from Fubonn Supermarket. It tastes like curry made in Thailand. Tone it down with coconut milk so it's not too spicy for your palette.

 

The diffrent between "Red Curry" and "Padpet, Padphet, Pad Prik Gaeng" (depends on how each restaurant spells the dish) is that curry has coconut milk but another doesn't.

Comment by 2dazetomsawyer on June 25, 2011 at 7:52pm
Definitely my MOST FAVORITE type of food. Favorite local restaurants: SOI 9, Kinara (by Lincoln High School). I have always "liked" Thai, but after spending a month and half in Penang Malaysia really grew to LOVE it! I am always looking for new local places to try. If you are ever out around Hillsboro, try Thai Princess at the corner of Cornell and 25th. Very good!
Comment by fasai s. on June 18, 2011 at 10:36am
Angela, I went to the SE Division and must say I agree with you. Food's just ok. However, the owner sure is real smart businessman.. He turned the very normal Thai street food that costs only $1-$3 in Thailand into the restaurant food at the price of whatever the menu tells.  same as the food at Ping. Rice Soup is only $1-$2 now it's $8-$10 here.
Comment by Angela Higgins on June 18, 2011 at 10:25am
Fasai - have you tried either of the Pok Pok locations? We went to the NE PokPok and had so-so food. Not the rave reviews we had heard. We will try again to see if it was a fluke but seemed expensive and just ok. Have you tried it?
Comment by fasai s. on June 18, 2011 at 10:21am
Thai Peacock on SW 9th & Oak is really good. New Thai food cart that is delicious is on SW 5th & Oak called "Ping Yang Khang Tang" which means bbq on sidewalk in Thai. For ladies who like healthy food and salad try Yam Woonsen at the cart. It's a glass noodle salad with minced pork or chicken, onion and other ingredients. Typical Thai salad with lime juice, chilli and fish sauce.
 

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