Lunch Menu

Available Tuesday - Friday 11am - 3pm

All lunch items come with 1 spring roll

Choice of Chicken, Pork, Tofu, or Veggie
Choice of Beef or Shrimp

    • Lunch Specials

    • Bangkok Pai Thai

      Bangkok Pai Thai

      Rice noodles, egg, bean sprouts, scallions all stir fried in a generations old secret Thai sauce. Topped with peanuts, bean sprouts and a lime. Enjoy!

    • Pad Se Ew

      Broccoli, carrots and rice noodles gather in a 650 degree wok, a delicious light brown sauce gets added and they are all stir fried to perfection, plated piping hot!

    • Mixed Veggies

      Garden fresh vegetables sautéed in a garlic sauce, served with a heaping portion of Jasmine Rice.

    • Drunken Noodles (Pad Ke Mow')

      Wide rice noodles, egg, bell pepper, onions, carrots and Fresh Thai Basil combine with a special drunken sauce in the wok and are stir fried to yumminess. No alcohol is involved in making this dish... however it does go great with any of our 24 draft beers!

    • Hot Basil (Kapow)

      Hot Basil (Kapow)

      I just like saying it... KAPOW!!! Fresh Thai Basil, spicy chili paste (not spicy if you like), onions, scallions and bell pepper hit the wok at about 650 degrees, this combination is one of my go to's. Goes great with any of our local craft beers, there is 24 taps on the tap wall.

    • Lunch Cashew Nut

      Sweet chili sauce, pineapple, carrots, bell pepper, onions and of course cashew nuts dance around the wok until a sweet and savory sauce is developed.

    • Lunch Green Curry

      Coconut milk, green curry, bamboo shoots, onions, bell pepper and Thai Basil. This dish is a family recipe that the 3 Sisters brought straight from Thailand. It is packed with flavor and is as authentic as they come.

    • Lunch Red Curry

      Another authentic 3 Sisters family recipe. Strong flavors of cardamom, bay leaves and cumin get blended with coconut milk, bamboo, onion, bell pepper and carrots.

    • Khoy Teaw (Thai Pho Noodle Soup)

      A Goldsboro favorite!!! Savory Asian beef broth, thin rice noodles, bean sprouts and fresh Thai Basil. Traditionally served with thin sliced beef and Asian meatballs, however, you can switch the meat up to your liking. It is a belly full of happiness.

      Choice of Beef or Shrimp

    • Thai Fried Rice (Khoa Pad)

      A Thai staple at almost every meal. Jasmine Rice, egg, onoins, carrot and scallions are married in the wok with a light brown sauce. Served with a side of sliced cucumber and tomato.

      Add additional veggies for 25¢ each.