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King's Thai Cuisine #2


346 Clement St, San Francisco
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This low-key spot in the Richmond is a rare everyday late-night destination in a city that goes to bed early and wakes up late. Come here any day before midnight for dependable Thai classics like pad see ew and a red curry that will quickly infiltrate your dreams. You can stroll in here last-minute by yourself or with a group of 15 and always find a table that you can fill up to your heart’s desire. For the best experience, order a Chang beer and some crispy chicken wings that will make you reconsider whether every other wing you've ever had was an un-fried lie.

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