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It’s hard to get noticed amid the dozens of restaurants on Smith Street, yet Ghang Thai does better than most thanks to their neon-pink sign and consistently bright, fresh flavors. Lured by reasonable prices and a BYOB policy, locals keep the place busy—and while the minimalist Asian-inspired décor doesn’t do much to muffle the noise when large groups are dining, nobody seems to mind the festive atmosphere. Menu-wise, Ghang doesn’t stray far from the usual Thai options—noodles, curries, salads—but a few specialty items like the Ghang’s Moneybag – rice paper filled with mixed vegetables and then fried—stand out. Another addictive favorite: Drunken Noodles, stir-fried with spicy sauce, peppers, onions, carrots, and fresh basil. Dishes can be prepared mild, medium, or hot, though only heat sadists should venture beyond medium. Creamy Thai iced tea is a refreshing alternative to forgettable desserts if you need something sweet to round out the meal.Recommended Dishes
Ghang’s money bag $6; Drunken noodles $8/$10; Pad Ma Kuer (eggplant) $9/$11