Hours: Lunch & Dinner (Daily)
Come for the happy hour and stay for the huge menu at this traditional Thai restaurant on King Street. With $3.50 draft beers from 4-8 p.m. (including Westbrook’s White Thai), you can wash down soups, salads, curries, and sushi with more than a couple brews. Start with a pot of the tom yum koong, a flavorful bowl bursting with traditional Thai tastes like lemon grass, galanage root, lime leaves, and cilantro. Shrimp swim in the broth and a pot is big enough for two to three people. House specialties include red curry duck and spicy udon noodles and salads like the Yum Yai (mixed seafood) are healthy and filling enough for a meal. Did we mention sushi? This place has plenty of it, with a sushi chef whipping up the tasty rolls toward the front of the restaurant. Might as well try the King Street roll (since you know, you’re there) with sliced tuna, crab salad, and avocado on top of crab, tempura flakes, and a cream roll and drizzled with eel sauce. —Connelly Hardaway (Dish, Summer 2019)
Bright, spicy Thai food. Added bonus: full sushi bar.
• $4 select appetizers, $3.50 draft beer, $4 large hot sake, $3 wells.
Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4pm-8pm