Pop Pop Thai Street Food

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Details
13242 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 695-2858
Thai
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Sat: Noon–9:00 PM Sun: Noon–8:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Braised red pork leg is delicious with the sweetness of hong shao rou. The Thai take on Hainanese poached chicken rice is very good. Check out the green papaya salad with option for salted crab.
  • The spicy holy basil is always a sure bet!
  • Haven't tried anything I didn't like. A must visit!
  • Our go to dish! Gotta try the Hainanese chicken. Everything we've tried has been really delicious!
  • Braised pork leg was indeed fantastic. And so was the Roti dessert!
  • Khao soi
  • I've lived in Seattle for 10 years and disappointed with most Thai restaurant that serve the same old over sweet Pad Thai or bland yellow curry. This place: braised pork leg is superb.
  • Don't miss the Khao Sui on their special menu on the blackboard. It's the BEST Khao Sui in town!!!
  • I'm totally burned out on Americanized Thai food. My favorite street-Thai food restaurant closed a couple of months ago & I've been jonezing for some authentic Thai. This place fit the bill.
  • brilliantly pink noodle soup known as yen ta fo (here called Red Sea Noodle Soup) along with braised pork leg with mustard greens. specials: fish curry served with twirls of rice vermicelli noodles.
  • Khoa soi was really good.
  • I tried the Hainanese chicken rice. Chicken tasted like boiled chicken and rice wasn't infused with the flavor of the chicken broth. Staff is friendly and the presentation of the dish isn't too bad.
  • Pad Thai Chicken, Tofu Fried Rice
  • Dry chicken noodles has solid flavor. Ask for the fish balls. And papaya salad original that style is super solid.
  • Grilled chicken takes 15 minutes to prepare, but it is ridiculously good.
  • I'm a native Thai and I must say all dishes I ordered are very authentic! Try this: Braised Pork Leg (10/10), Grilled Chicken (10/10), Thai Style Hainanese Chicken (8/10), Grilled Pork Skewers (9/10)