420 Geary St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410237.787163 -122.410022
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Tenderloin
Wonderful food – Amaaaaaaaaaaazing food
love all the soups they offer, there egg plant is "to DRIVE for"
great americanized thai – been goin here since i came to SF 5yrs ago and its still my favorite thai place. Cheap, tasty, nice ppl. Love their soups!
An Awful Place To Eat – This place is the worst customer service place I have ever been. It took 10 minutes to get a glass of water. The staffers were not friendly. The cashier tried to keep the change when I paid my bill. If I could give it a negative rating I would have.
Great late night grub! – This is a great place to grab a quick pre-show dinner, or a late night snack. My favorite here is the Pad-see-ew, and although I'm not vegetarian, their vegetarian version of it tastes great with fried tofu and Chinese broccoli. Their crab fried rice is pretty good and so are some of their appetizers, although I would say their pad thai, duck noodle soup, along with seafood noodle soup is just okay. They have some yummy hot tea as well at no extra charge!
Below average Pad Thai did not make a good first impression... – I ordered the Pad Thai to go among a busy crowd, I guess the options in the downtown area are as slim as they say it is. I received my order in about 15min. The waitress took the bills I gave her and did not hesitate to move on to her next task. I was planning to tip, but I would have at least received the courtesy of change. The Pad Thai was AVERAGE at best. The thin noodles (with very little of everything else - 3 shrimp off to the side with uncooked sprouts) were medium to mild spicy. one napkin and a fork came in the bag. I give the restaurant a 3 because as a American Thai restaurant I would expect higher quality. The customer service was shabby. Price is normal, cheap for the area. I wish I had gone to Jamba Juice or the other restaurant on 16th which my co-worker pointed out. Happy eating people.
A no-frills mini-chain serving standard Thai fare to neighborhood crowds. – In Short
With spare, comfortable dining rooms and expansive Thai menus, this local chain has developed a loyal clientele. Popular dishes--pad thai, sour tom yum gai soup, satay and spring rolls--are offered along with a list of more elaborate plates, such as stir-fried glass noodle with chicken or seafood. Fresh rice noodle soups are seasoned with cilantro, onions and chili paste, and stocked with vegetables and beef, seafood or roasted duck.
Great value, open late!! – my fave is the Kao Gra Prow w/ ckhn - delicious. if you need a late nite bite to eat, this should be the place to come to. order a soup (Guay Tiew Gai), Larb & maybe Som Tum and you should be good to go. try to make it before the bars close, place gets packed. food is served fast and hot! and the servers are cute Thai girls.
Great Pad Thai – I think the best thing on the menu is No.18 the Pad Thai, ask for it vegitarian.
For the bold demand extra spicey.
Fried egg rolls & No.17 w/ground chicken – 'nuff said.
Word of caution: the crushed red pepper on the tables is not your garden variety pizza-joint mild red pepper. You've been warned.
as a vegetarian – Everything that souned good had meat- the vegi selection is blan and not worth going back for. The waitress was very friendly and attentive and the portions were ample. But the restaurant is really nothing special if they can't eat the creative meat dishes.
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