... but I was wondering if any of the other Thai places on Columbia Pike are worth a try.
My girlfriend and I love that both Bangkok 54 and Thai Square will actually give you the authentic version of a dish if you ask for it Thai style. She prefers Bangkok 54 and I'd say that I like both about equally - depending on the occasion. I can't get enough of the honey crispy duck at Thai Square or the Catfish Curry at 54. I won't go into everything I love at each place but I do have to say that the pad thai at bangkok 54 is something I could eat just about every night and the green curry at thai square (ordered thai spicy) has left me with sweat dripping down my brow and both a satisfied palate and stomach.
Down the street:
I have only found mixed reviews of Manee Thai online (majority negative. a few positive). But I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with the place. Most of the reviews say it doesn't have much flavor.
Also, is Rincome Thai any good? Yelp doesn't really think so.
Are there any places I am forgetting?
At some point I'll make it out to Duangrat and Mint in Baily's crossroads, but I'd like to know if any of the other Columbia Pike places measure up.
I will definitely keep going to Bangkok 54 and Thai Square, but would like to expand the options.
I haven't tried:
Mint (couldn't find websiste)
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