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On each of my visits I look forward to this restaurant and take as many of my friends as possible..
thai noodles with green curry
and many many more dishes
the stomach says thank you after giving it FOOD rather than the chemicals that pass for Food in this part of the world
Written Feb 16, 2008
Foods from Jalisco, Michoacan and the usual Tex Mex can be had here in south Sioux City. The resurgence of south sioux city from a run down midwestern town to somewhat livable city is solely due to the efforts of mexican and other migrants to this town. i take my hats off to them. if any one has negative feelings about immigrants let them learn how many small towns like these have been reborn due to their relentless efforts in face of difficulties
Written May 22, 2007
They own a Laundry and it is convenient to leave the dirty clothes from travels and it was ready within an hour or so. very reasonable as well
Written Nov 7, 2006
when I am in the area, I take every opportunity to eat here. on a visit of four days to the Indian reservation, I try to eat at least three times here and this time it was no different
Favorite Dish: Thai pasta with shrimp in green curry
always good to dine with M* my dining partner
Written Sep 21, 2008
Address: Dakota avenue in south sioux city
just within the span of one month, I had the chance to eat Thai food in Miami, Paris and Bruxelles, the lasts two were chinese establishments and the one in Miami run by an elderly retired thai couple.
this one in south sioux city is run by a thai laotian family and the food is very good, authentic and dont have the flavour of falsehood about them. very friendly service and the student who served us today, showing his american residence by his girth, was very friendly
she suggested I have some Larb when i asked for some Lao food, with some sticky rice.
Favorite Dish: Chicken Larb with sticky rice: Lao
Panang chicken curry: Thai
Satay chicken: Thai and Malaysia
Written Nov 5, 2007
Address: Dakota Avenue South Sioux City
I was ecstatic when told that a new Thai restaurant has opened in South Sioux City. When I visit the Indians nearby, I try to avoid the dining pleasures of the sioux city area, which is well known for its chemically embedded food.
On my last day of a visit to the Indians, I went with two indian friends to the new restaurant. I hope the people of sioux City appreciate good food when they see it, rather than their tastebuds blunted by mediocre chinese restaurants and fast food places.
A family of Thai origin have begun this business and I wish them the best. I am happy that I now have a second alternative to eat out in Sioux City: Cafe Danh and now a Thai Restaurant
Favorite Dish: Thai Kitchen Rum
combination seaffod sauteed with mixed vegetables and oyster sauce. I wish they had better selection of vegetables. the flavour was there but i dont recommend this dish.
Khamon Jean Kang Gai spicy thai green curry with coconut milk, steamed eggplant, zuchini, green beans and Thai rice noodles recommended
There are Lao specialties available as well such as Yum anuer, Yum Pla Muk, Som Tum and Larb
There are vegetarian selections
Written May 22, 2007
Address: 1215 Dakota Ave, South Sioux City
Phone: 402 494 7625