You like thai? Thai good, you like shirt?
ok, now that I got the obligitory simpsons reference over with, Here's the deal. . .I'm really jonesing for some good, authentic thai near where I live (75 @ henderson, right down the street from hibiscus). My prereqs are as follows: First it's gotta be good. . . the gooder the better! =D Second, cheap earns major brownie points. I'm looking for mostly to-go options as I find myself in the mood for thai on the way home from work. I don't care about ambience for much the same reason. My benchmark for a good thai restaraunt is (or was for me) Madam Mam's in austin. I haven't been there in probably a year or so, but have fond memories of stuffing my maw with huge portions of great thai food for less than $7.
I've tried Royal Thai by the village, which while not bad, was a bit more expensive than I though it should have been. Bangkok City was much the same, only more expensive, and a bit more bland in the flavor department for what I've tried. The best option I've found so far is Thai Noodle & Rice. Decent prices, and everything there I've tried is at least worth going back for. That being said, I'm still looking for something that I can rave about. Do you guys have any suggestions? I beseech the hive mind of chowhound to procure me delicious answers!
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