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My Thai

ClosedOpens at 11:00am
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422G Westerly Parkway, State College, PA 16801
Available for: Take out and Delivery
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Welcome To My Thai

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Classic Thai Cuisine

Served with salad-Choice of Jasmine Rice or Brown Rice

Green Curry

Bell pepper, bamboo shoot, basil and string bean...our spiciest coconut-curry offers a bright, vegetal flavor-great w/ chicken, shrimp or vegetarian options.

Red Curry

Bell pepper, bamboo shoot, sweet basil and coconut milk in a fiery red sauce a perfect match for beef or chicken.

"Phanang" Curry

A traditional preparation of string bean and creamy, red coconut curry.. seasoned w/ shrimp paste, Katlin lime and Thai basil.

"Massaman" Curry

Classic Thai curry sauteed in creamy coconut milk w/ potatoes onion, crushed peanuts, cilantro and exotic spices.

"Chiang-Mai" Curry

Prepared in the Northern -Thai style... sweet bell pepper, onion, okra, pineapple and mango sauteed w/ sweet basil in a spicy, green, coconut-curry sauce.

Tropical Mango

Freshly sliced mango sauteed w/ bell pepper in a spicy glaze.

Thai Basil

Fragrant Thai basil... stir-fried w/ onion, bell pepper, galangal, and savory, spicy sauce.

"Phad Med Ma-Muang Himaphan" (aka Phad M.M.)

Thai cashew-nut stir-fry...made w/ bell pepper, onion, bamboo shoot, water chestnut, celery and mushroom in mild chili sauce.

"Phad Makhuea"" (aka Phad M.K.)

Fresh eggplant is complemented by bell pepper, onion, scallion and savory Thai basil.

"Phad Khing" (aka Ginger & Scallion)

Fresh, sliced ginger and scallion stir-fried in a savory oyster sauce w/ the chef's choice of vegetables.

"Phad Prik Khing" (aka Crispy String Beans)

The secret to keeping our string beans crispy is our expert, Thai dry-sauteed technique... accented w/ basil and bell pepper.

"Khana" (aka Asian Broccoli)

The flavor of this popular Asian vegetable is paired with garlic and a hint of sesame oil.


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