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Thai Pk Restaurant

(4 Reviews)

6141 SW Macadam Ave Ste 106, Portland, OR 97239

(503) 452-4396

Today: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
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Fax: (503) 452-4538

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South Portland, Corbet - Terwilliger - Lair Hill, Lair Hill

Thai PK Sushi Bar

Restaurants, Thai Restaurants, Caterers, Asian Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Take Out, Thai

Alcohol: Full Bar, No

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average


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Provided by Citysearch - 
An off day perhaps?

I have been to many Thai restaurants, in fact I run a dining group and we eat at restaurants all over town. I was very disappointed in the food. Granted I only had two dishes - the Thai Salad and the Pad Ke Mao but neither even met average in my opinion.

The Thai salad was not exciting. It was a small amount of romaine lettuce chopped up for the most part with thick chunky peanut sauce squirted in a few strips across it and instead of a liquid like dressing that could sink into the salad this blob just sort of sat on the top. There was about one slice of tomato, one slice of cucumber and 4 mung bean sprouts to complete the salad and a hard boiled egg sliced on the side (the egg looked nice). A hand full of chopped up romaine with a blob of peanut sauce is not a very inspired Thai salad - in fact it was the worst Thai salad I have ever had. (I asked for more mung bean sprouts - the waiter did bring me more but seemed surprised that I thought it needed more.)

The Pad Ke Mao is normally a rich dish with the sweet fat rice noodles and the nice pieces of chicken. While their version had both the chicken and the noodles - the whole dish had turned dark brown due to what I believe was and over abundance of soy sauce. The subtle flavors of other spices and the chicken were completely lost and it was not very spicy. (I had asked for spicy). While it was palatable it was both uninspiring flavor-wise and not appealing visually.

Neither the Pad Ke Mao or the Thai Salad were served with lime either in the dressing or on the side. I have always had lime served to me with my Thai food - not sure if that is authentic or an American twist but it was noticeably missing and would have helped the flavors of both dishes.

I read the other reviews and maybe the other dishes are great. Maybe it was just a different cook ( I was there on a Sunday if that matters). Maybe it was just an off day. The other diners did seem happy, the setting was pleasant with nice decor, and the was the staff were friendly and offered good service.

I don't want to discourage anyone from patronizing this business, rather I would hope that this business would take note from this review and revise and improve these two dishes or if it is an off day for them strive for more consistency.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Tasty Thai at good prices

We have been going to Bai Tong for years and it is about time I wrote a review. We are always happy with what we order and the bill makes up happier. Their drunken noodles are great and their Panang Curry is delicious! If I had their menu in front of me I would recommend a few other dishes. Parking is always easy and there is a great wine shop next door (E&R Wines).



Provided by Citysearch - 
Above average

Nice eclectic menu, very good fried rice, and reasonable prices. Unless you like an eggplant overload, I'd pass on the Catfish Delight. The young server was bustling around like he had a room full of people, there were three tables and not once did he check on our order. However, other times we received great service, so maybe it's hit and miss. The mango and sticky rice is a must try, but why $4? Venture away from the standards, and go for the special house creations.



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Salad Rolls To Die For

the salad rolls may be the best restaurant food i have ever tasted (i am 34 years old). many yummy dishes.

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