The Similans Thai Food

This place is the same as Brown Sugar on Comm Ave/ BU area. Food is pretty good and they deliver. Prices are what you’d expect, around $9 a plate. Below is their Pad See Ew with pork.

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Below is Kow Na Bhed (duck with Chinese broccoli over rice) $11.50. It wasn’t that impressive. Just average. Get it in Chinatown for $7 instead. I’ve posted pictures of what I saw advertised versus what I got.

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New Rod Dee Thai food Brookline

I love the food here. The food is always consistently good regardless of which location we go to. Food here actually has flavor. It’s not just something quick they threw together. Your taste buds will find very distinct flavor that mesh together perfectly. I can say enough about how great their food is.

One thing you should know is that this is a cash only joint. There is an ATM inside for convenience. There is no private parking lot but there is street parking (meters). This place is usually pretty busy, which is a good and bad thing. One example downside is that you’ll get one dish first and have to wait 10 minutes for something else to come out. I happened to be dining with my family. My wife was near fine with her tasty basil pad thai before the rest of our dishes came out.

Besides the spicy basil pad Thai, we also got regular pad Thai with crispy chicken. Finally, my go-to dish is the Indonesian fried rice with crispy chicken and a fried egg. To give you an idea of what this is, imagine spicy chicken fried rice with chunks of fried crispy chicken on top and a egg! Check out the pictures.

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