I have not been here in years, and frankly, I had forgotten how good it is. My friend was visiting from North Carolina. He is a vegetarian and I brought him to a vegetarian restaurant down the street. The was an hour wait to get in, so I took him here instead. I remembered that there was a diverse enough menu that he would find something he would like.
We got the last table available. The place was full at 2:00 on a Saturday afternoon! There is only on street parking, so you may have to walk a block or 2 to get here, but its worth it.
The menu is Thai, Cambodian and Chinese. There are dishes with meat, and a vast menu of meatless dishes. We were also told that any dish we wanted could be made without the meat component. Good to know and very accommodating!
We went with the lunch specials. The prices are$6.75 to $8.75. The portions are regular dinner sized portions. More than filling. I went with the sweet and sour chicken which includes a choice of one of several kinds of rice and choice of one appetizer, including egg roll, chicken finger or wing, crab rangoon or shrimp nime chow. I got the fried rice and crab rangoon. The rice was a veggie rice, more Thai than Chinese, yellowish orange in color with baby peas and corn. Very flavorful. And crab rangoon. The crab rangoon was loaded with filling and came with a very tasty orange sauce. There were 7 or 8 battered and fried chicken fingers topped with sweet and sour sauce. The sauce had chunks of onion, green pepper, pineapple and cherries. All cooked in with the sauce and crispy. Absolutely out of this world. All for $6.75. ($5.75 on week days) My friend had the General Tao's Tofu with Vegetable Garlic noodle. He got the stick rice side and the Nime Chow appetizer with a tasty peanut sauce. He said it was well seasoned. The tofu was battered and fried. The noodles had a mild soy flavor. Again, $6.75. We both walked out completely satisfied. Oh, the beverage was a pot of hot tea, which comes with all meals at no extra charge.
For a full menu, check out their website. If you're on the East Side of Providence, and looking for the best Asian meal in the area, this is the place to go!
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