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Khao Sarn Recs

bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 11:58 AM

Going tomorrow night can anyone give recommendations beyond the usual satay, curry, pad thai, etc?

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  1. hiddenboston RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 12:28 PM

    This might be the usual as well, but I really like their drunken noodles.

    1. galangatron RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 12:29 PM

      miang kum
      som tum
      yum neur
      haw moak
      moo pa lo

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        yumyum RE: galangatron Jan 8, 2010 12:37 PM

        Strongly second miang kum and haw moak.

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          bakerboyz RE: galangatron Jan 8, 2010 12:39 PM

          Thanks but I did not see som tum or drunken noodles on their menu??

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            bakerboyz RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 12:43 PM

            Actually just looked again and saw som tum under salads, thanks.

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              galangatron RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 12:46 PM

              drunken noodles are pad kee mao

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            gimlis1mum RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 04:10 PM

            It's been a while since I've been there...If it's still on the menu, try mee grob for an appetizer. We used to get it all the time when we lived in Los Angeles but it's hard to find here in Boston - cripsy, thin fried rice noodles in a sweet sauce/coating with shrimp and other tasty tidbits. Miang kum is different but also tasty, very light and not filling.

            We also liked the barbequed chicken that came with sticky rice. There was also an entree dish, a custard of sorts with salmon that was amazing...I can't find it on the online menu so I don't know what it was called, sorry!

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              content RE: gimlis1mum Jan 18, 2010 05:06 PM

              That's the Haw Moak that others have mentioned.

              Haw Moak * northern thai spices with coconut milk, curry, nappa cabbage, sweet basil & aromatic kaffir leaves steamed in banana leaves for aroma & flavor, a truly traditional dish with a "mousse like" texture

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              CookieLee RE: bakerboyz Jan 8, 2010 06:04 PM

              I love their kow soi gai.

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                EATTV RE: CookieLee Jan 19, 2010 09:02 AM

                I totally agree. Kao soi here is their best dish. It's not on the lunch menu but they'll make it if you ask.

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                Spike RE: bakerboyz Jan 9, 2010 12:07 PM

                the fried rice, believe it or not, is good. They have versions w/ mango chunks and breaded/fried chicken on top. The rice is a lot more tasty than chinese versions and I don't think it's from oil used to fry it...

                1. MC Slim JB RE: bakerboyz Jan 9, 2010 01:15 PM

                  Most of my faves already mentioned by galangatron. I'll add pla neung ma-now (whole steamed striped bass). Also consider getting a cocktail or wine recs from Noon, the bar manager / sommelier. She's great.


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