Dee Dee's menu is limited, but so many items are hits - like the Pad Kapow, featuring slightly spicy ground pork on a bed of rice, basil and a fried egg. The pork skewers on special are another highlight, and the mango salads and tofu options are good to mix into your order. Located at Radio Coffee & Beer, there’s plenty of seating available for both lunch and dinner.

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