Family-owned-and-operated, Darla’s Thai-Pan caters to cuisine connoisseurs with an extensive menu of authentic Thai fare prepared with fresh ingredients and time-honored Southeast Asian recipes. Commence chew-infused conversations about historically significant food films, such as Duck Soup and Good Burger, between bites of a savory premeal spring roll ($2). The pork pad see eew, a heaping of stir-fried rice noodles, broccoli, and scrambled eggs mingled with succulent swine, will treat tongues to a taste of traditional Thai ($9.99). Alternatively, the chicken pad kra tiem, a culinary amalgamation of poultry, crushed garlic, and ground white pepper swathed in a special sauce, will please palates in the mood for more exotic eats ($9.99). Most dishes, including the ones listed above, can be customized with a wide array of meaty accoutrements, including chicken, beef, or shrimp.