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Summer Summer Thai Eatery

5885 Hollis St. (59th St.) Send to Phone
Reliable Thai food with friendly service in Emeryville.


 

Cuisine

Open
Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.


Summer Summer Thai Eatery Restaurant Review

: Featuring polished, modern surroundings and friendly (but slightly scattered) service, this Emeryville Thai restaurant and bar is a good choice for post-work cocktails and dining. Refreshing touches of character --- vibrant throw pillows, pop art, piped-in Thai lessons in the restrooms --- add an independent atmosphere to a square-mile city otherwise clogged with chain eateries. Above-average entrées include most curries, fresh salads (including a very good seaweed version), fish and noodle dishes, though speedy happy hour items --- crab Rangoon wontons, summer rolls --- can be hit-or-miss (at nothing above $5, however, the price is certainly right). Also notable: the restaurant features northern Thai khao soi, a mélange of noodles, curry, pickled vegetables and meat rarely found in Western Thai eateries.





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