Do an informal poll at Bangkok Café’s carryout station and you’ll find that most people have been coming here for years. It’s all about the consistency that starts with their subtly tasty chicken and vegetable fresh rolls enhanced with mint leaves and a tangy dipping sauce and tom yum gai hot-and-sour soup. If a Thai restaurant is to be measured by its pad Thai, then we’ll vouch for this well-spiced but not dripping-in-sauce version. Even beyond the staples, we’ve yet to find a dish here that hasn’t satisfied our Southeast Asian cravings.
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