Owned by the same people as Sticky Rice, the menu at this Thai take-out window is small and mostly focuses on Thai-style fried chicken, but the papaya salad and the phanaeng curry fries are fantastic as well. While this place is definitely best as a to-go situation, there are a few small tables out front if you feel like sitting down and hanging out for a bit before seeing a concert at Hi Hat next door.
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