Depending where you look, this place is called King Of Thai Noodle, King Of Thai Cuisine #1, King’s Thai Cuisine #1, and there’s probably a few more names floating out there. No matter what it’s called, this is one of our favorite late night spots in the city. You can get classics like pad thai for under $12. Plus, they’re open until 11pm on weekdays and 12am on weekends. Next time you’re out in the Richmond, stop here for a bite on the way home.
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