Spicy food is a great way to separate the men from the boys, the women from the girls, and the girls from the boys if they get too rowdy at coed canoe camp. Thai Fusion lets customers specify their dishes as mild, medium, hot, or Thai hot, for optimal sinus-clearing fulfillment. The menu at this family-owned-and-operated neighborhood hot spot features fresh, authentic Thai ingredients, and ably blocks light from your eyes when it's especially sunny. Start with an order of fresh spring rolls ($5.95) or savory satay chicken ($6.95), or practice your pronunciation of classic Thai salads to have them promptly appear before you in the hands of a friendly staff member ($7.45–$12.95). House specialties ($10.95–$15.95) feature such sweet and spicy fare as Nam Tok, a medium-rare beef marinated in Thai herbs and served in Thai hot and sour barbecue sauce ($10.95), and shrimp spiced and sweetened with chili jam, mango, bell peppers, onions, and cashews ($15.95). The restaurant's traditional and creative varieties of fried rice ($8.95–$12.95), stir fries ($8.95–$12.95), curries ($8.95–$12.95), and noodle dishes ($9.95–$12.95) round out the menu with options for carboholics and vegetarians alike.