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35 (Thirty Five)
Posted by misspygmy on 02/23/2008
Wow, we just had great food at this reasonably priced family-run place. Everything was superb (short rib stew, shrimp skewers with peanut sauce, stir fried ginger veggies, duck rolls, and fried bananas with ice cream for dessert), and made just the way we asked. This is the kind of place I'll make an effort to support. As for atmosphere, 35 is not terribly fancy but a little hip and loungy, and they have nice low light at dinner time. And big enough tables for a group. It's a smallish place but not at all cramped. A find.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/14/2007
You must try the Pad Cee Eew (translation: Soy sauce noodles).. it's as close to authentic as it gets. They've got my vote!
Posted by tribecafood on 11/07/2007
the food is delicious...very authentic...but the portions are way to small for the price..they hardly give any chicken... we actually didnt even order the lunch size because that is super small..
Posted by Happy customer on 10/20/2007
These guys dont mess around, they have the best from the ground build up curries and everything is fresh as can be!
Posted by Aussie II on 09/06/2007
Maybe Aussie I ordered the wrong thing and should give it another chance, as I have only discovered this place in the last few weeks and love it. I used to live in Thailand and have to say this food is pretty damn good and authentic. Try the sweet fried rice with shrimp or the vege stir fry with cashews. The curry puffs are great too. And the red and green curries. I can't wait to sample some of their other dishes over the coming winter months.
Posted by Lilian on 09/06/2007
35 is a real Thai place in a neighborhood that is really lacking. I order from here all the time. They are fast and the food is always hot, fresh and made to order. Their prices are amazing and the people on the phone are extremly competant. I can't ssay enough good about it, they put the higher priced so-called Thai restaurants to shame.
Posted by aussie on 09/04/2007
I left my local thai place which is not great and rode up to pick up my take out. Not worth it. I have traveled through thailand and eaten in huts and it was better. It's cheap but nothing worse than spending money on bad food be it cheap or expensive. It's always disapointing. Don't bother.