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Cheap, Thai fast food in downtown, Toronto?

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We're having a pot luck next week. What can $40 buy? Do they sell any party trays for $40?

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  1. Well, you could purchase maybe four or five really delicious dishes from Sukho Thai. Inexpensive and authentic, what more can you ask for? You'd have to call them, though, to find out about party trays.

    The website doesn't have menu info, but it has address and phone number:

    http://www.sukhothaifood.com/

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    1. What exactly do you mean by "fast food" in conjunction with Thai?

      1. By "fast food", I mean non-catering takeout...I checked out all the catering menus and they're $100+...we only have a budget of $40 (5 ppl split) and we want to order enough food for the 5 of us to share with 50 other people.

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        1. re: mtx

          sharing $40 worth of food among 50 people? good luck!


          Chow!
          HL.

          1. re: HarryLloyd

            It's a pot luck, everyone is bringing their own portion...

            We just want enough food (for 50 ppl) so that everyone can "try" or have a few bites.

            Not everyone is gonna like red curry or pad thai.

            1. re: mtx

              maybe try somewhere else. suktothai is too good for sharing. seriously, people will hoard this stuff!


              Chow!
              HL.

                1. re: HarryLloyd

                  yeah i think im gonna order $40 worth of takeout from there, they said the tray is only 12x9x1.5" :(

                    1. re: HarryLloyd

                      It's for tomorrow, so I'll be placing the order in 2-3 hours.

        2. I made the order. Talked to the owner/chef and they seemed very nice.

          $60 worth of sukthothai pad thai (peanuts, hot sauce on the side) incl. tax, tips, delivery for ~50 people to try. It will take them around 15 minutes to deliver so I hope the pad thai doesn't turn bad.

          1. I quite like Thai Island in First Canadian Place, down in the foodcourt at Adelaide and York. It's cheap and cheerful and there is lots of turnover so everything is pretty fresh. They do a very good green curry chicken and a great veggie noodle bowl with springrolls on the side.