Spell your Favorite Thai Food



There is a very small family owned Thai restaurant one block away from our daughter's apartment in Portland.  We love to eat there.

Last week I noticed a couple of interesting things on the lunch menu.  I highlighted the "specials" with a little red stick pin.



When Amanda passes her national court recorder test, we're obliged to host a celebratory dinner for friends and family at this yummy little place. 

The people who work there are aware of our plans and can't wait to feed us some of our favorite dishes:  Crispy Basil, Pad Thai, and Green Mango Salad.

There will be Stir-Fly and Pictures of Water for those who are a bit more adventuresome.

Comments

Gattina said…
Hhmm, sounds yummy ! I have been eating Vietnames yesterday with a friend, the menu looks very much like yours, lol ! It's very very good and nearly the same price 6 € (9 $)! What I like is that I can eat with my friend in the restaurant and take away the same plate for my better half who eats it in the evening.
Concerning Fun Monday, I mixed it up with the dates, I am host on 28 ! Sorry, I am getting old, lol !
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dawn said…
The thing I love about our time in history is the multicultural exchange especially with food. I love that we can go to a restaurant and eat in 'another country' and it is only blocks away from a different cultural experience. We have many we enjoy. My husband frequents Pagolac's near his work which has one dish meals for very little. I believe it is Vietnamese. He has a coworker from India who opened a restaurant. We really enjoyed the buffet there and it was great that there was no pork in the dishes (I don't eat pork) but they had lamb and goat, which would probably bother some people. Of course there was butter chicken which is a favourite of many and was very yummy. In your menu, I am thinking that salmon looks pretty yummy.
Marti said…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you!
Peter said…
I have some truly beautiful "pictures of water" that I would be honored to supply to this restaurant, and I'm also in favor of "stir fly" don't give the little buggers a chance to settle on your food.
Have a very Merry Christmas my friend and I hope 2010 is a great year for you and yours.
Hugs.
kailani said…
I've never been a big fan of Thai food but my sister loves it! I remember once eating a dish called Wicked Island Princess (or something like that). It was so spicy I thought I was going to pass out! LOL!
grammy said…
That looks like a great idea. and yummy
how is the Grandsons eye? I have been remembering him and praying when he comes to mind.
12ontheinside said…
I'm just not sure a picture of water would help me. I have trouble with even mild old sweet chilli sauce.
lisaschaos said…
LOL. I think I would pass on the flies thank you. But pictures are fun, even of water, lol.
nikki said…
Oooooo, I love me some drunken noodles with beef and no spice please.
Intense Guy said…
LOL!

My brother and I often eat "chinese" for lunch and there are two places near the office - one where the menu is perfect and the other makes up crack up laughing at the typos.

Have a Merry Christmas!
Kathleen Marie said…
It sounds like a great plan!
Hayden said…
ooooooh, jealousy!

green mango salad is my favorite! well, for the moment anyway.
Phil Elliott said…
I'm trying either the Seafood Prik Phao or the Fish Rad Prik. I already make a mean stir-fly and I have a picture of some water on my kitchen ceiling.

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