In addition, there are noodle bowls and rice bowls with favorite recipes like pad thai and more experimental offerings like eggplant with spicy bean-basil sauce.
Importantly, most anyone can find a comfort zone here. Dad can get plain old pork fried rice with a spring roll, or yours truly, the vegetarian, can get squash potstickers followed by wild mushrooms and tofu with ginger sauce.
There's even a mixed green salad. Lunch is slightly cheaper than dinner, but even dinner entrees top out at $15.95.
How good is it? I work a block up the street - I go at least once a month for lunch, and everyone in my office takes visiting clients, and more importantly, visiting family, to Bangkok Joe's.
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November 17, 2005
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