In the kitchen of Thai Dish, chefs walk between steaming pans of thai barbecue sauce and woks full of sizzling eggplant as they prepare dishes ranging from pineapple stir-fry to a plateful of pale green curry. Nearby, intricate wood paneling and framed artwork surround the bar and dining room, where diners eagerly await colorful plates of meat, seafood, and veggies.
Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Mao and Ting, E-San prepares rich cultural cuisine from Thailand’s Issan region. The extensive dinner menu consists of tasty tod, pad, and yum options that are distinctively Thai with Laotian influences. After an appetizer such as the deep-fried thai fish cake with cucumber sauce ($6), extend your tongue toward the yum goong salad, which features boiled shrimp prepared with tomatoes, onions, lime juice, and lemongrass ($10). Then, feast on the roasted duck curry, a serving of quacker cooked with red curry sauce, pineapple chunks, bamboo, and other greens ($13.50). Mao and Ting spend their mornings chasing down the day’s culinary necessities, ensuring that each menu item is prepared with nimble fingers and crisp, fresh ingredients.
We are the only Cambodian restaurant in Oregon. Authentic Cambodian food is our specialty but we also serve Thai and American food. Good Call is also a sports bar. We have over 30 TVs and show all football games. At Good Call, you will never miss any NFL game.
The bamboo steamers sit conspicuously behind the glass counter, spirals of steam escaping their closed lids as guests peer at the expansive menu and consider their options. There are three types of dumplings and four kinds of bao filled with the likes of barbecue pork, Szechuan chicken, coconut custard, and adzuki bean paste. In addition, the menu offers pad thai noodles and banh mi sandwiches. Guests sip loose-leaf teas to complement the meals, soaking in the sun from the large windows or out on the sidewalk patio.
The roster of creative cocktails available at Jinx Kitchen + Lounge boasts distinctive names like The Groaner, Pulp Fiction, and Kiwi Kamikaze. To mix these original libations, bartenders blend Thai herbs such as elderflower and ginger with premium spirits ranging from Mekhong Thai rum to bourbon and vodka. You can enjoy the drinks at the trendy eatery's round bar or in a dining room decorated with eclectic artwork. Between sips, sample authentic Thai dishes such as red and yellow curries, shrimp satay, and pad Thai. For those not afraid of a little heat, the jumbo wings are punched up with spicy basil sauce and the crying tiger features Thai-style grilled steak doused in tamarind.