E-San Thai Cuisine

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Details
133 SW 2nd Ave (at SW Pine St)
Portland, OR 97204
(503) 223-4090
Thai
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Best Thai food in Portland! Get the Pad Kee Mao(drunken noodles) Tell the bartender Marnee, KP says Hi :)
  • Try the Beef Pad Kee Mao
  • I have been here well over 100 times. Food is more consistently good than most Thai locations, and service is usually quick and gregariously friendly.
  • Swimming Angel. Best in town
  • Try the Beef Pad Kee Mao - Friday lunch!
  • Best Thai food in Portland!
  • Bad services and worst Thai Food ever. This Thai restaurant isn't worth your money so don't waste your time :(
  • We had great service here. The egg roll appetizers are cheap and delicious. Two egg rolls cut in half with amazing sauce. It has peanut bits in it though.
  • Portland's BEST Thai food. Their pad khee mao and pad thai are delicious!!
  • I found the lunchtime service both fast and friendly
  • Everything is made to order and everything can be made vegan. Love it!
  • Ready for Lunch! e-San has a Cart at 11th & Washington. Same quality, manageable portions and everything on the menu is $5
  • Pineapple fried rice is amazing!!
  • Pleasantly surprised on how tasty it was. I was looking for something safe and not to wierd. I had #33 with chicken. Pad Gar Tiem Prik Thai Fresh ground garlic, black pepper, mushrooms, onions, cele
  • try the 'swimming angel'. it's delicious veggies and protein swimming in even more delicious peanut sauce!
  • The duck curry is fabulous.
  • Love vibe here in Old Town. Start w/Tod Mun and Wontons. Go-to entrees: Red curry, drunken noodle, and pineapple fried rice are dang good. Staff tend to speed thru service. Slow them down.
  • Food is delicious. The spiciness scale is on the spicier side, so if you're not adventurous, scale back the number you choose.
  • Mm spicy soups. The Tom Yum is a favorite- caution though, spicy is SPICY. Good way to wake up for your afternoon. Often very crowded
  • Pinnaple fried rice is served in a half pineapple. Omnomnom.