Bangkok Chef

Time flies! So many photos to upload, so many posts to write.

August’s lunch with the girls was at Bangkok Chef on Nimitz, at the request of the Thai food-loving birthday girl.

Pad Thai ($6.25) – classic noodle dish that’s a little sweet.

Fish Patties ($6.25) – SO flavorful. This is one fragrant dish I couldn’t even begin to figure out how to make at home, unless I consult an expert in Thai cooking.

Pad Si You ($7.50) – noodles with egg and chicken with a mild shoyu flavor.

Pad Ki Mao ($7.50) – spicy noodles with egg, chicken and basil

Dishes at Bangkok Chef are reasonably priced, and the success of this local business has basically made Thai food a viable option for quick, inexpensive take out, alongside Korean BBQ and plate lunches. The Nimitz location offers table service in a stylish setting (of course, take out is available too), as opposed to the more casual Manoa and Nuuanu locations.

MENU: View the menu on their website.

Bangkok Chef – Nimitz Location
(same building as Party City)
900 N Nimitz Hwy #110
Honolulu, HI 96817

Mon-Sat 10:30a-9:00p
Sun: 12:00p-8:00p


2 Responses to “Bangkok Chef”

  1. 1 taroinbrisbane September 13, 2011 at 4:48 am

    The pad thai I had the other day was drenched in what I could have sworn was teriyaki sauce… Did not taste anything like tamarind, fish sauce flavours that it should be… Yours looks good.

    • 2 honolulueats September 14, 2011 at 2:44 pm

      Do you have a good selection of authentic Thai food there? It seems like authentic Chinese is readily available, but there’s not as good a selection of other ethnic foods. The Indian food we had was great.

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