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Though I rarely post here anymore (per; the 'makeover' exodus) - I felt motivated to do so after meeting the lovely owner and his staff.
Located south of Sheppard on the West side of Yonge - BKK EATS have been around for 4 months now and I finally paid them a visit.
Typically I would not post until multiple tastes, but the staff and quality of food forced me to stray from my norm.
So far I have only tried their Pad Thai, but if it is any indication of other dishes on the menu, this place is a little gem! Well seasoned, reminiscent of Khao San Road's pad thai - though I would like to see pickled pieces of veg (I cannot recall the actual authentic veg used - might be mustard or cabbage...) as well as perhaps some more dried shrimp - but none the less, delicious!
Comes with a Hot & Sour thai style soup and a few spring rolls (I cannot comment on those as I try to avoid fried foods as best I can).
Best $11 take-out in recent memory.
Will be back.
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