Best of Thai Restaurant
Lunch Special Menu
Monday- Friday 11am-3pm
Chioce Of Protien
Vegetable ............................$ 8.95
Chicken or Tofu ................$ 9.95
Beef or Pork .......................$ 10.95
Shrimp ................................$ 14.95
Seafood Combination ......$ 16.95
Spicy with Thai chili, garlic, bell peppers, onion, mushroom and Thai basil leaf.
Nutty Cashew - A Sizzler!
No, we aren't talking about the mental faculties, but about this crazy onion, cashew nut, carrot, red chili, bell pepper, & chili paste dish.
Mango Paradise - The Chef's Suggestion
Fresh mango, chili paste, broccoli, onion, bell pepper, carrot, and basil leaf.
Sweet and Sour
Pineapple, bell pepper, onion, carrot, tomato, and cucumber in the sweet & sour sauce of a lifetime.
Garlic Goodness - Ward off vampires!
Sautéed with garlic, black pepper, garnish with chop green onion and cilantro on steamed broccoli.
Peanut Pleasure - A dish any Simian would die for
Spinach sautéed with fresh garlic and topped with homemade peanut sauce. Please note that peanut sauce already has spice and cannot be removed.
Once served at famed "THAI FAT FARMS" and now here for those in the know. Served with bean sprout, carrot, broccoli, mushroom, celery, onion, cabbage, bamboo shoot, and baby corn.
Green curry, bamboo shoots, bell pepper, pea, carrot, and basil leaf with coconut milk.
Here in the states we saw Panache. In Thailand, Panang! Peas, carrots, and coconut milk.
My Woman Curry
Yellow curry with potato, carrot, onion and coconut milk. The Colonel doesn't have thsi recipe!
Pad Thai - The BEST in the Northwest
Stir-Fried sweet and sour thin rice noodles with egg, green onion, bean sprout.
Pad See Ew
Broccoli, egg, and secret sauce in this plate of flat rice noodles. You will be glad you ordered this dish!
Plenty of flat noodles with egg, chili, basil leaf, onion, mushroom, onion, and bell pepper.
Steamed rice noodles with broccoli, bamboo shoots, mushroom, carrot, and spinach. Sautéed in garlic and topped with peanut sauce.
Please note that peanut sauce already has spice and cannot be removed.