This local favorite has long been noted for its authenticity, its fresh ingredients and its warm atmosphere (if you can resist the siren call of takeout). Brown Sugar preps dishes from all regions of Thailand, which include a lot of clay pot cooking and lesser known dishes like Kai-jeow Moo-sub (minced pork omelet); those feeling adventurous can ask the waitstaff to guide them through the authentic Thai dishes. Feeling wary? Opt for the chive dumplings, country-style pad thai and pineapple fried rice instead. All should order the Siamese Twins, a mix of sweet and sour chicken and shrimp served in a pineapple shell.
|Venue name:||Brown Sugar Cafe||Contact:|
1033 Commonwealth Ave
|Cross street:||between Gardner and Babcock Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm and 4-10pm; Sat, Sun noon-10pm|