Suriya Thai Restaurant-
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Phone: (415) 431-3113
- Payment method:
- master card, visa
- Southeast San Francisco, South of Market
Sariya Thai Restaurant
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Cuisine: Asian, Thai
Price Range : Average
Posted: 7/8/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Amazing food. Super flavorful. Try their Money Bags as an entree, delicious soups, the fresh salmon served on a palm leaf or the generous portion of pumpkin curry for entrees. Don't leave without having the sticky rice with mango for dessert!
Suriya's Restaurant on Valencia Street has closed, but Suriya has opened a new restaurant on Howard Street between 11th & 12th Streets. Some friends and I have been fans of Suriya's food for years and tried the new restaurant tonight--it's been open for only a day or two. Everything we were served was excellent. It's hard to pick favorites here because the food is so good, but be sure to try #6 on the menu. It's a soup that's replete with delicious and well-balanced ingredients; fresh tasting with robust flavors. All the other dishes were as good as Thai food gets, and that's very good, indeed! Note that Suriya is now open for lunch. That makes good sense in Suriya's new neighborhood which is largely industrial with many people working in the area. It's easy to give Suriya's new restaurant a 5 star review. I was saddened when Suriya's on Valencia Street closed, but Suriya is back and his culinary delights are as good as ever.
A true delight to discover that Suriya Thai has now reopened at 1532 Howard, between 11th and 12th ... and that he's not only open for dinner but lunch too (Mon-Sa). The food was great, as always. Had a delightful soup of leg of pork with daikon ... and the green curry. And ... parking appears to be more manageable, in contrast to the old location.
Posted: 2/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Visited SF twice already and was so glad to go to Suriya Thai for dinner. Of course I am Thai and i like Thai food there. If you want some spicy just tell the staff or Suriya ( Chef and owner) that you want Thai taste you would love it. Miang Salmon is a must when you visit the place
Posted: 2/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The new SURIYA THAI RESTAURANT, 1532 Howard Street beetween 11th and 12th Streets; Open for lunch Mon-Sat. 11:00 --2:30; Dinner 5:00 to 10:00 every evening. Surprised to find that Suriya had established a new venue across the street from where my car was being serviced on Howard street, I entered to find out if the food was as wonderful as at the old place. I found it to be even better. Many friends and regular customers were hoping he would open a new restaurant. He has! So come on back all ye ole faithful. There's a good selection of vegetarian, chicken, prawns and tofu entrees as before. Still served are the Pumpkin Curry, Pad See-Ew stir fried rice and the Khao Soi chiang mai noodle entrees that I'm fond of. I tried something I always wanted to do at the old restaurant and that was to make a meal consisting only of appetizers that included Malagaw Tod (green papaya wedges with shredded coconut) and the Stuffed Basil Eggplant. All the appetizers are good You'll find there a friendly staff as well as Soriya himself to greet you andmake your dinner enjoyable.
Posted: 6/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I have been coming to this restaurant for several years. We've tried all the others that are supposedly the best but none have compared to Suriya Thai Restaurant. All of the friends that we have take have said the same thing. I think he's still flying under the radar! Suriya is a real chef. Some of his creations are really unique. They're artful, healthy, and very tastey! I highly recommed this place!
Posted: 6/2/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have eaten there for years and just went on a Sunday night, ate their pork tenderloin in mushroom sauce, a special, it was extremely salty and I got major stomach cramping and nausea all night long.
I think the meat must have been old.
I will not go back unless I ate only veggies there.
Posted: 1/5/2008Provided by Citysearch -
last time ,I came here ,food was excellent but last sunday was not!!!! I took my friend from new york to there and ordered money bag, duck roll, stuff eggplant ,pumkin curry tofu and grill salmon with mango salad . For all appetizers was bad taste, stuff was so smell and taste sour ,especially in duck roll. Tofu in pumkin so sour and we got only 4-5 chunk pumkin !!!! that's it for $13 .Only one thing was good that was grill salmon ,taste acceptable. The waiter push me to order many things , and they did come to refill water and ask me anything ,just only keep talking in group . why !!!!!! maybe we ordered in wrong item.I felt do bad things for my friend . forget it !!!!!! suriya .