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  • Authentic Thai food that's different from what you find on a typical menu.
  • If you like traditional SE Asian flavors like fish sauce and lime, you'll like the Naam Khao Tod crispy rice.
  • Really large portions (for Europeans!) so share between you.
  • Get the jerky, the Khao Soi, and the doughnuts with rice pudding. To die for, and love the atmosphere.
  • Food was ok, but I could have ordered from any Thai restaurant in Seattle and been just as happy.
  • Food is delicious, specially the soups. Atmosphere is good and the place is really nice.
  • One of the best happy hours! 3-6 & after 10. Really enjoyed the victory monument noodles and the moo dat deaw (jerky).
  • Amazing! No words. Order Khao Soi and Peek Gai Panang
  • fermented pork ribs, jerky and sausage, and rotisserie-cooked game hen. Try the kor moo yahng (grilled pork collar), som tum (green papaya salad, Isan-style with pickled crab and anchovies)
  • Thai coffee affogato with coconut ice cream and a Thai donut. Beautiful flavors!
  • Great food. I found to be a little too pricey though.
  • Pretty mediocre food. Waitstaff does not care about the diners. Maybe you should consider going to Ba bar for viet food instead. It's a few blocks away
  • I had the Khao Phad Tom Yum. It was excellent!
  • Try the Victory Monument Noodles, the BBQ pork in it is the best! Also, the crispy rice is unique and really flavorful and yummy!
  • Nice place but if you can't eat spicy, don't even come here. Their "not spicy" is covered in pepper and made my throat close up :/