Cafe Reviews

West by Southeast Asia

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Dessert is limited to a refreshing coconut ice cream. But why no other native sweets? These days, you can get sticky rice pudding with mangoes, tapioca pudding with coconut milk or banana fritters at other Thai restaurants in town.

The Pink Pepper once defined Thai food in the Valley. If you're living in the 1980s, it still does.

Spring Restaurant:
Goi Cuon
$2.50
Hot-and-sour catfish soup
6.95
Ta Pin Lu Nuong Vi
11.95

Pink Pepper Thai Cuisine:
Nam Sod
$5.95
Flaming fish with spicy lemon sauce
11.95

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