Thep Phanom, San Francisco

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Cuisine: Thai Restaurant,Southeast Asian Restaurant,Restaurant
Contact: (415) 431-2526
Open Hours: [{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"monday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"tuesday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"wednesday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"thursday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"friday"},{"open":"11:30:00","close":"16:00:00","day":"saturday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"saturday"},{"open":"11:30:00","close":"16:00:00","day":"sunday"},{"open":"17:30:00","close":"22:30:00","day":"sunday"}]
First thing, make reservations. Second thing, be prepared to stand in line. This wildly popular place, named Thep Phanom, often has lines sneaking out the door. It is worth the wait, though. You will be greeted by an attractive dining room at odds with the neighborhood's post-punk-neo-hippie grunge and an array of rarified Thai food that will likely bring you back to wait in line again. The dish everyone recommends is the Ped Sawan, a duck in a light curry sauce served on spinach. The curries are certainly worth trying as well. Good service, and reasonable prices, no wonder there's a line.