From Our Editors
Little Serow doesn’t take reservations or special requests. They won't seat a partial party, seat more than four people at a table, or open the doors before 5:30. But despite all that, hungry patrons still line up for the change to sample the family-style meals prepared by chef and owner Johnny Monis. The menu of Northern and Northeastern Thai dishes changes weekly, but can include authentically Thai creations such as muu nam tok (pig ears and rice powder), het grapao (mushrooms and egg), and gai laap chiang mai (chicken liver and long peppers). Many dishes have been known to pack a punch, but, luckily, an in-house beer and wine director that has taken great pains to ensure drinks pair well with the spicy cuisine and that all of the cocktail napkins are flame retardant.