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Their Tom Yum Gai soup may be the cure for the common cold. Their Kiss Me! Garlic bowls are also the cure for the common make-out. [Eater 38 Member]
Not to be confused with the Bangkok City in Plano. The place in Plano was a huge disappointment. This is the awesome authentic mom and pop Thai place on Bryan St. You really can't go wrong at this pla
Try the Yellow Curry.
the Basil Noodles here are what most Thai places call Pad Kee Mow -- they are really good. Definitely try it!
Amazing.....the thai dumplings are so freaking good.
The best Thai seafood soup in the city! :-)
Try the Tom-Kha-Gai, it's simply the best
Best Tom Yum Gai in Dallas! Avocado Curry is a great spin off of the traditional Mussaman! Spicy Basil Noodles are where its at! Exclamation points! Go!
Favorite Thai place in Dallas! Can't go wrong with anything on the menu.
Great fried rice
Spicy Basil noodles please with a side of BBQ Mongolian beef
The rice soup as an appetizer is fantastic!
The crispy duck is INSANE! So delicious! If you like curry try the avocado thai massaman curry! For an appetizer get the steamed dumplings!
Awesome red curry lunch special! I could have licked the bowl
Basil noodles. Basil duck. Awesomeness.
Their drunken noodles are life changing:) if you like spicy go w level 8
Amazing food. Pad Thai was to die and you MUST get their spring rolls!'
Basil Noodle with chicken. The best thing on earth. Total food porn.
Good food and polite service. Extra rice costs $1.85. I think their prices are steep but it is always a win to eat locally and support a neighborhood business.
After the first bite of the Basil Noodle dish, you will be enslaved.
Get braised duck, yellow curry. Pretty good here.
One of the best pad Thais and great curries.
#43 no contest.
My favorite Thai place of all time! The Kiss Me Garlic is so delicious and addictive! The staff is so nice as well. Love this place!
Pretty cool. They serve satay on a mini grill.
Kinda stingy on the rice during lunch