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aristo | May 18, 200603:13 AM     5

Following earlier mentions on this board, I finally trekked over from Beaverton. Well worth the long drive! This little shack with mostly outdoor tables is now one of my favorite Thai places in town. Menu is very small but whatever I had was well prepared and ingredients seem fresh and of high quality.

Pok Pok special: game hen roasted over their unique rotisserie grill + terrific papaya salad + nice, not-too-sweet sticky rice. ($9)

Muu Sateh: Excellent pork loin skewers, served with the best Peanut sauce that I have had to date. ($7.50)

Friendly owner and staff rounded up the good experience. (3226 SE Division. 503.232.1387; Mon-Sat L:11:30-3:30; D: 4:30-9:00)

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