The goal here is to serve slightly elevated Thai food at affordable prices, in an atmosphere that feels more high-end than typical. Namo mostly succeeds, with cloth napkins, an elegant dining room and attentive service. Fresh mushrooms and giant New Zealand mussels bathe in a spicy, fragrant coconut-curry broth in the tom kha soup, and the “sea bags” appetizer (glass noodles, scallops and shrimp held together in a fried purse) offers a nice crunchy-chewy contrast. But avoid the soft-shell crab curry, in which just one crab lies prone atop an undersauced bed of boring rice and green and red peppers.
|Venue name:||Namo Thai Cuisine [Closed]|
3900 N Lincoln Ave
|Cross street:||between Byron St and Larchmont Ave|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown to Irving Park. Bus: 11, 50, 80.|
|Price:||Average main course: $10|
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