Long Grain's street-style asian food fuels our late nights at the office. <3
The Pad Kee Mao is so amazing! Great food for a good price, just make reservations if you actually want to eat here (but they do takeout as well)
If you enjoy Korean food, try pork belly w/ kimchi. It's not an "authentic" Korean dish per se but the kimchi itself is worth of trying. It's very close to the real thing - try it, it's delicious.
Pad ke Mao - don't order this unless you want everyone else to eat you meal. It's absolutely delicious !
Very unique, very tasty thai cuisine.
Ravin “Bas” Nakjaroen uses Maine ingredients to transform the street food of his native Bangkok into dishes that have wowed locals and The New York Times. [Eater 18 Member]
Phenomenal !!! Better than any Thai in portland
Ravin “Bas” Nakjaroen uses Maine ingredients to transform the street food of his native Bangkok into dishes that have wowed locals and The New York Times. [Eater 38 Member]
Multi grain rice offered for the fried rice. Delicious. So is the Ramen and dumplings!
I became obsessed with khao soi while in Thailand this summer. It's a dish not available in most Thai restaurants in Maine. Long Grain has it. It's authentic and delicious. Get it!
The best meal I think I have ever eaten. Coconut soup is insane and the home made noodles are absolutely to die for. Please go here and be happy. It is worth the trip from wherever you are.
Try the Crab Fried Rice W/egg
Tiny, but lovely.
Holy crap! Get the coconut soup and the crab fried rice with the egg on top, with hot sauce on the side. You won't be sorry.
not bad for camden, maine.
Definitely get the coconut soup !!