Save the insults. I went to the King of Thai because they have always have had good food and this time was no different. I went with my wife who is Cambodia which speaks the same language. I order what I believed was the way to pronounce the meal in question. My wife snickered and I asked the waitress how to properly pronounce the dish in which it was somewhat close. I was then proud of myself to some degree where the waitress puts in the order and makes a statement about me to the other associates that I eas "dumb". My wife not really knowing how to react tells me of the insults followed by snickering glances and muted conversations in thai followed by laughter. If you eat here make sure you bring your thai friends to help translate the insults you will receive. The whole situation reminds of the Seinfeld episode. Don't order food in their native tongue. You will mess it up and they will make fun of you!
A no-frills mini-chain serving standard Thai fare to neighborhood crowds..
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.
Love the late hours. the tom yum gai was pretty spicy but really good and you have to try the duck fried rice. it's the best!
Great thai bargain!. Don't go for the ambiance, but if you're looking for delicious, fast, and cheap Thai food, go to King of Thai! My faves are Pad Seew Ew and Rad Na. Both awesome. Service by young and attractive Thai nationals is always fast and efficient, if a little "cool". Clean and bright. Check out their specials.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!