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Munch goes to Little Bangkok in the Strip

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s famed reviewer “Munch” recently visited Little Bangkok in the Strip… And he liked it!

From the review:¬†“I’ll go as far as to say this is my favorite preparation of tofu I’ve had in a while,” DOOM, a tofu connoisseur, noted.¬†Munch ordered the Bangkok Spicy Basil with tofu ($13) and agreed with DOOM on the tofu preparation. Sometimes fried tofu winds up being more fried crust than tofu, but Little Bangkok managed to crisp it without frying it to death.

Dishes are made to order and spice level is measured on a 1-to-10 scale. Munch and DOOM both ordered an 8, and it was pretty spicy without being painful.

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UrbanSpoon Reviews

Thanks to many of our customers for giving us positive, unsolicited reviews on UrbanSpoon. Here’s what some of them had to say:

Small little place with big flavors and taste. The soup was good with scallions for flavor but the big fresh flavors are in the main course. -Effort

The flavors were fresh, the chef actually came out to speak to me, and my servers were outstanding! -Muffin

The place itself was classic and clean and the server was excellent. -Lizzstar

I am from Thailand, and it felt wonderful to be transported back there once again. Aroma, and your sense memory are a wonderful thing, and Little Bangkok sparked memories that I thought only a picture could produce. -Brianna3

Great food, great service, pleasant decor and all for $8. We’ll be back! -Bob Holder

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Pop City Features Little Bangkok in the Strip

Pop City was kind enough to feature Little Bangkok in the Strip:

The Strip District can now add Thai cuisine to its ever-expanding list of diverse restaurants, as Little Bangkok celebrated a grand opening on Monday.

Owned by Drew Kessler and Chef Pornpen Thammasaroret, the 60-seat restaurant occupies one-half of the former Sunseri Jimmy & Nino Co. space on Penn Avenue.

Thammasaroret moved to Pittsburgh from Nakorn Pathom, Thailand three years ago, and has worked as a chef at Benihana in Greentree.

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Welcome to Little Bangkok in the Strip

Welcome to Little Bangkok in the Strip. We offer healthy, fresh, authentic Thai cuisine inspired by home cooking. Visit us at 1906 Penn Ave in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. For more information about the restaurant, please call 412-586-4107 or download our menu (PDF).