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  • Thai Fried Rice (Khoa Pad)

    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…

  • Khoy Teaw (Thai Pho Noodle Soup)

    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,…

  • Lunch Red Curry

    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.

  • Lunch Green Curry

    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…

  • Lunch Cashew Nut

    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.

  • 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,…

  • Drunken Noodles (Pad Ke Mow’)

    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.…

  • Mixed Veggies

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

  • Pad Se Ew

    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!

  • 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!