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King of Pad Khing

King of Pad Khing

Bangkok Thai Riverwalk (Reviewed 8/08)
Near the entrance to Bangkok Thai Riverwalk, visitors are greeted by a calming water feature, several pieces of East Asian statuary, and a seven-foot tall “Predator” alien sculpture that predates the current tenants. The dining room overlooks the Spokane River, but we found the riverside patio an ideal spot to enjoy Fresh Rolls ($8.99) with shrimp and the spicy Chicken Satay ($8.99). Try the Gang Massaman ($11.99), a yellow curry with potatoes and your choice of meat or tofu, or the Pad Khing with beef ($12.99), a mix of onions, peppers and mushrooms in a spicy ginger sauce. We sampled the Traditional Thai Style Fried Banana with Ice Cream ($4.25). Tasty, though the breading on the banana had a slightly bitter taste. But don’t mention it when you go—we wouldn’t want to anger the giant alien. Bangkok Thai, 1003 E. Trent; 509.325.8370; Mon.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Saturday, noon-10 p.m.; Sunday, noon-9 p.m. $$

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