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The air is rich with the aromoa of spices, the dining room adorned with warm colors, candles and statues of deities…red curry contains succulent prawns and hearty pieces of pumpkin that come up with almost every dip of the spoon…the crispy garlic chicken dubbed "crack chicken" by regulars intended for sharing, but you won't want to.

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“Seattle’s Best Comfort Food”

The Crispy Garlic Chicken…tender morsels of fried chicken, sautéed in garlic, fired in chilies, and served over crisped basil alongside fragrant jasmine rice.

Seattle Met

Seattle Weekly

“Hidden Thai Food Haven”

Three words: crispy garlic chicken. Get to know them; after you find this hidden Thai food haven, they may become your dining obsession. Bite-size morsels of boneless chicken are battered and fried to perfection, then sautéed in a sticky garlic glaze and served on a bed of crispy basil.

Seattle Weekly


“Lychee Martini style Thai-American, Plus The Occasional Authentic Surprise”

Buddha Ruksa makes possibly the best Pad See Ew in town with superflously wide noodles; a rich, syrupy soy sauce; and lightly steamed, vividly green broccoli.

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