Well...It's me, Alien.
Noodles can't hide.
Alien wanted to have Thai foods.
Alien went to a Thai restaurant on Brady street.
This place was busy. Alien waited for a while.
Alien got a table.
Oh, their memu has many photos. This is not usual in American local restaurants but Alien like it.
Alien wanted to have fresh spring rolls but they don't have that.
Let's try soup then.
This restaurant has Chinese and Japanese along with Thai.
Well...but Alien want to have Thai!
Let's order Thai foods.
Alien ordered Tom Kha Chicken soup.
Alien's first try of Tom Kha!
The base is coconat milk, but lime flavor is also strong. It's a new taste for Alien.
Chicken and mashrooms are in.
This is Tom Yum Kung soup.
Hot and sour. Yum yum. That's very Thai.
Shrimps and mashrooms are in.
Here is Alien's entree.
Wrap A Pat Thai, $10. Alien had shrimps with additional $2.
Pat Thai is very popular Thai dish. It's Thai sweet stir-fried rice noodles. This restaurant wraps Pat Thai with a thin omelet.
Pat Thai here is rich and thick, stired with a plenty amount of oil. It goes great with the thin omelet.
Sweet sauce, chewy rice noodles, and succulent shrimps. Yum yum!
Alien am satisfied with the additional $2 for shrimps. They put many shrimps in Alien's Pat Thai.
Let's eat more!
Here is Green Curry.
This is another popular Thai dish.
Alien had choice of spiciness: mild, medium, and Native Thai.
Native Thai... Alien wanted to experieince it but the server said it gonna be very very hot. Alien chose medium then.
Wow this is...
It's medium but so hot!
Alien ordered medium... Alien wonder how Native Thai people enjoy even hotter meals.
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