Lunch Special (Served daily from 11am – 3pm)

(Sat & Sun 12pm – 3pm)

Served with steamed rice (except noodle dishes) ,  green salad , soup, egg roll.
Complimentary soup will be served for dine-in guests.
(Add $1 to substitute brown rice.)


Vegetable or Tofu 5.95
Chicken,Pork,beef,orMock Meat 7.95
Shrimp or Squid 8.95
Tender Pork Spare Ribs 8.95
Salmon 9.95
Scallop or Mixed Seafood 9.95


L-1      Kra-Team (Black pepper garlic)
Garlic and black pepper with mushrooms, and onions.

L-2      Ka-Prao (Chili and Basil leaves)
Garlic chili sauce with bell pepper, and onions.

L-3      Prik Khing
Green beans, bell pepper and chili&ginger paste.

L-4      Street Side Veggies
Broccoli, green bean, cabbage, carrots, water chestnut, mushroom, and peas sautéed in house special sauce.

L-5      Cashew nuts and Roasted chili
With carrots, onions, and bell pepper.

L-6      Fresh Ginger
With onions, mushrooms, carrots, and bell pepper.

L-7      Sweet and sour
Pineapple, Bell pepper, carrot, and onions.

L-8      Broccoli and oyster sauce
With  mushrooms and carrots.

L-9      Rama (Peanut Sauce dish)
With steamed spinach and broccoli topped with peanut sauce.

L-10    Sweet Basil Eggplant
Sauteed eggplant with bell pepper, garlic, onions, and carrots.

L-11    Yellow Curry
with carrot, potato, and onion.

L-12    Green Curry
with eggplant, green beans, peas, bell pepper, and basil.

L-13    Red Curry
with bamboo shoot, peas, bell pepper, and basil.

L-14    Panang Curry
with peas, carrots, and bell pepper.

L-15    Pineapple Curry
with peas,tomatoes, bell pepper,  and  carrots.

L-16    Pumpkin Curry
with peas, bell pepper,  and  carrots.

L-17    Peanut  Curry (Mus-sa-man)
with carrot, potato, onion, and roasted peanuts.

L-18    Wild  Curry (No coconut milk)
with broccoli, green beans, bamboo shoots, bell pepper, peas, mushrooms, and basil.

L-19    Street Side Thai fried rice
with peas, carrots, onions , tomato, Broccoli and egg.

L-20    Spicy Fried rice (Drunken Fried rice)
 with chili, bell pepper, onions, basil, and egg.

L-21    Pad Thai
Famous Thai noodles with peanut, bean sprout, scallion, and egg.

L-22    Pad Se-Eau
Flat rice noodles stir-fried with house soy sauce with Broccoli, carrot, and egg.

L-23    Pad Ke-Mau (Drunken Noodles)
Flat rice noodles with chili, bell peppers, onions, carrots, basil leaves, and egg.

L-24    Chow Mein
Wheat noodles with garlic, onion, carrots, cabbage, bamboo shoots, bean sprout, and egg.

L-25    Pad Woon Sen            (Glass Noodles)
With garlic, tomato, onion, bean sprouts , cabbage, mushrooms, and egg.

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