Grab a seat in this charming and inviting Thai spot, and you will be served quickly and attentively with lots of consideration for the busy and ... More
Payao Thai Restaurant
Grab a seat in this charming and inviting Thai spot, and you will be served quickly and attentively with lots of consideration for the busy and sometimes short lunch hour. The curry is a specialty, and the menu offers several types hot, cold, spicy and mild. The rice is sticky like some of the tropical afternoons, so a seat inside the cool air-conditioning is refreshing for noon-day meals. - Lottie Tagupa
First time I went there, I almost walked away because it looks kind of funky and run down, but my son nudged me in, and was I glad he did. The food is REALLY TASTY. Authentic Thai. I like it hot and asked for it that way. Everybody at the table was red-faced and sweating when we were done. Just awesome! Of course, if you aren't a fire eater, you can get it mild. Larb, beef barbecue, green curry, whatever...its all good.
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