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Restaurants & Bars

Lers Ros Thai restaurant (Tenderloin)

David Wishart | Oct 7, 200801:26 PM     43

Noticed this restaurant was opening a couple weeks ago and went today for a solo lunch.

Had the wild boar stir-fried with galanga, chili and peppercorns, with a side of sticky rice. While this dish was not as good at what I can get at Palms Thai in Hollywood, I was pleased with lunch.

I asked for spicy, and the heat was close to what I wanted (could have been spicier).The sauce had a very nice round flavor, and the boar was tender enough to make me think it might be pork...maybe(?).

Most intrigued by other specialty items you don't normally see on SF Thai restaurant menu, like stir-fried clams in sweet chilli paste, a couple of frog dishes, and quail. I'll return and report again.

Lers Ros Thai
730 Larkin St (between O'Farrel & Ellis)
San Francisco, CA 94199
(415) 931-6917

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