LUNCH

Served from 11:30am-3:00 pm

KUAYTIAW (Noodles)

Phat Thai Thamadaa (Lunch and after 10PM)
Rice noodles cooked in rendered pork fat with tamarind, fish sauce, palm sugar, peanuts, dried tofu, dried shrimp, preserved radish, egg, garlic chives and bean sprouts. 
Sorry, no chicken Phat Thai, try Kuaytiaw Khua Kai instead!

  • Phat Thai Muu Sap  11
    Regular with ground pork    
  • Phat Thai Kung Sot  12
    Regular with fresh prawns    
  • Phat Thai Ruam  12
    Regular with prawns and ground pork
  • Phat Thai Jay 8   add egg, 2 dollars
    No animal products.
  • Haw Khai  add 2 dollars
    any of the above, wrapped in a thin omelette      

Phat Sii Ew (Available Vegetarian)  11
Fresh local wide rice noodles, Carlton Farms pork, Chinese broccoli, egg and black soy sauce stir-fried in a smoking hot wok. Cooking method studiously lifted from Yok Faa Pochana, a favorite Chiang Mai street side restaurant. Had to eat there about 50 times before trying to cook the dish...but had it figured after the second or third visit.  Simple is best!

Suki Haeng (Available Vegetarian)  10      
w/pork 11   w/prawns 13   w/both 13
Thai stir-fried glass noodles with napa, sprouts, carrot, water spinach, Chinese celery, tofu and eggs, with a chile-beancurd sukiyaki sauce. Like sukiyaki, minus the soup, and fried instead. A clever Thai derivation of a deviation of the classic Japanese hot pot dish.    

Kuaytiaw Khua Kai / Kung/ Pet   10 / 12 / 13
Fresh locally made wide rice noodles stir-fried in rendered pork fat with chicken (or prawns or duck), cuttlefish, egg and green onions, served on chopped lettuce.  A Bangkok Chinatown specialty. 

Spaghetti Phat Khii Mao 10
“Drunkard’s stir fry” with aromatics, three kinds of chiles, green peppercorns, hot basil, long bean, man kaew and boar. A classic Thai drinking food dish with a modern Thai twist: spaghetti instead of rice noodles....rice spaghetti.

Kuaytiaw Naam Kai  9
Noodles in a simple chicken broth with shredded chicken, bean sprouts, green onions, Chinese celery and fried garlic. Choice of thin or wide rice noodles.  The most common of Thai street noodles, and the most simple. 

Kuaytiaw Reua “Boat Noodles”  11
Noodles in a complex dark rich broth with spices, herbs, stewed beef, poached beef, house-made meatballs, water spinach, dry chiles, herbs and bean sprouts. Choice of thin or wide rice noodles. Originally sold from boats along the canals (khlongs) of Thailand. Choice of noodles.

KHONG WAAN sweets

Ai-tiim (house made ice cream) 5oz 5
Durian, Thai Tea, Mango, Thai Coffee or Vanilla-Bourbon. Rich, creamy and very flavorful. We hold our own on Division street with this ice cream!

 

 

KHAO rice dishes

Khao Muu Daeng & Muu Krob   11
Jasmine rice topped with house-made BBQ red pork and crispy pork belly soused with a sesame “gravy” and served with steamed gailan.  Lunchtime favorite all over Thailand

Kai Kaphrao Khai Dao 12
Minced chicken and long beans stir fried with kaphrao basil, white onion, black soy, fish sauce, garlic and dry chilies served with jasmine rice and a crispy fried farm egg*. One of the most popular lunch dishes in Thailand.

Khao Phat Buu / Muu / Naem 12 / 10 / 11
Stir-fried jasmine rice with choice of crab, pork or house cured sour pork sausage. With tomato, green onion, garlic, egg and fish sauce. Served with sliced cucumber and lime. Classic Thai one plate meal.

Phat Phak Buung Muu (Available Veg, with tofu) 12
On choy, stir fried with pork, garlic, Thai chilies, preserved yellow beans, oyster & fish sauces, served with jasmine rice.

AAHAAN PHROM snacks and sides

Mantou Muu Waan 3.50
Steamed bun stuffed with shredded sweet pork and topped with fried shallots.

Mantou Muu Krob 3.50
Crispy pork belly bun with Thai sri racha sauce.

Mantou Muu Daeng 3.50
Thai BBQ pork bun with sesame pan dripping sauce.

Choice of any three Mantou 10

Shrimp Chips 4

Plaa Lek Thawt Krob 3
Deep-fried dried anchovies with sri racha sauce.

1/4 lb House-Roasted Red Peanuts 5
Pok Pok style with lime leaf, garlic, chilies and sea salt