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Malcolm Ruthven | May 13, 201608:49 PM    

Thai Noodle House opened in Sausalito a few weeks ago. I think it has the same owner as King of Thai Noodle in SF. I stopped there today for a late lunch and ordered their #17, Pad Kee Mao, "Stir fried flat rice noodle and your choice of ground meat [chicken pork, beef, also available sliced instead of ground] with green bean, bell pepper, Thai chili and basil", $10. I had the sliced pork.

I thought it was excellent, but won't try to describe it more because I'm not versed at all about Thai noodle dishes. I ordered it "spicy" (after being asked) and found it middle-spicy and just right for me. It was a very large serving so I took half home. You can't beat two excellent meals for $5 each :-)

http://thainoodlesausalito.com

Pad Kee Mao

King of Thai Noodle Cafe
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