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151 Noe St. (Henry St.) Send to Phone
Thai favorites served with humble professionalism.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Thai House Restaurant Review

: Even in a town that prides itself on fantastic Asian food, sometimes bright, vibrant flavors served with humble professionalism can be hard to find. Not so at Thai House, which sits on a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood corner between the bustle of Upper Market and the Lower Haight. Inside, well-spaced tables sit within a tastefully inspired Thai d├ęcor and are dressed with charming pottery. The mellow hum of casual diners won’t distract the well-intentioned staff hustling around the small room serving cold beers and steaming soups. All the usual Thai favorites grace the menu, like the slightly spicy Tom Kha Gai soup fortified with coconut milk, lemongrass and cilantro. Try the Gang Koor, one of the house specials matching tender chunks of roasted duck with sweet pineapple, fresh basil and a rich, red curry. The Gai Tod Pad Ped, bite-sized morsels of chicken cloaked in a dark, tangy sauce and topped with crispy basil, shouldn’t be missed. And what Thai dinner would be complete without the long, peanut-cloaked strands of Pad Thai, loaded up with shrimp, tofu, crisp bean sprouts and ground peanuts?
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