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Member Reviews (2)
- Bai TongCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersVegetarian+ 2Jan 16, 2014
This is delicious Thai food for decent prices (by Bay Area standards) in the heart of Saratoga's quaint downtown. This restaurant has been under the same ownership and in the same spot for decades and is a real local staple.
The tofu pad thai is delicious - but be warned that "medium" spicy is, for delicate American taste buds, actually pretty spicy. The lamb curry also got rave reviews at my table.
- Bai TongMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Oh hai, a Thai-rrific and moderately priced spot in sleepy downtown Saratoga? Who would've ever thought!
My favorite Saratogans and I met up for a late dinner here, and I really enjoyed it. This tiny place is easy to miss, but it's one of the few places that is actually open past 9pm on Big Basin Way. Just look out for their neon sign.
The service is genuinely nice, and the food is absolutely authentic. It is truly some of the best Thai you'll come across in the South Bay. Their menu is full of classic and specialty Thai dishes. Since I was dining with regulars, we shared their favorites: Tom Yum Koong (spicy and sour soup with prawns, mushrooms and lemongrass), Roasted Duck Curry, Sam Sa Hai (sizzling plate of prawns, squid, scallop and asparagus) and Spicy Fried Rice w/Chicken. We ordered everything medium spicy, which was perfect. Not so spicy to the point where your taste buds were burnt off. Don't forget to get a Thai iced tea too. They're simply delicious!