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Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2006
Been going to this place for years and have always been satisfied with the delicious dishes. It's never really that crowded which is surprising, because the food is delicious and consistent. Nothing fancy though, a neighborhood type of place. Try the Moo Ping!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/16/2006
Delivery is sooo fast! Excellent food and service as well, and very reasonably priced.
Posted by likesthaifood on 02/18/2006
Amazing! This restaurant is excellent. To me, this is one of the best places in the city. Everyone should go try this restaurant. The food is just great. People might think that Thai food is Thai food and that it tastes the same everywhere but here it's different. All of you just have to come try for yourselves.
Posted by Food Explorer on 01/17/2006
I just moved out from another city that has a lot of good restaurants, just like SF. One thing that I missed so badly was great Thai food. So, my friend took me to Phuket Thai Restaurant. The server was a young guy, probably around 25-28 years old, who was very friendly. The owner (looks like she was the owner) was sitting facing us. We ordered Yum Nuer Num Tok (charbroiled steak with onions, chili, mint leaves), a satisfying appetizer to start with. Then we ordered Goong Choob Pang Tod (deep fried prawns and eggplants, broccoli with plum sauce), Ok Kai Sa Wan (marinated chicken with curry, cumin served with garlic sauce) and Chicken Green Curry. All of those were great, but the most excellent was Pad Thai. We didn't expect it to be excellent; we always thought Pad Thai is Pad Thai. They are almost the same everywhere, but not in Phuket. Phuket perfectly combines sweet, sour, some lemon taste, and spices. Now, Phuket has been a regular restaurant of mine. I always have their Pad Thai at least once a week.