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Pailin Thai Cafe

Outstanding garlic & pepper beef lunch special at Pailin Thai Cafe!  It’s the perfect alternative when you want something other than their amazing Pad Thai or curry dishes.  The beef is very tender, flavorful and just the right amount. 

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Pei Wei Asian Diner 

Outstanding teriyaki chicken bowl at Pei Wei!  Includes spinach, napa cabbage, carrots and onions, all Wok-fired then tossed in a sweet soy glaze. 

Pei Wei Asian Diner 

Outstanding fried rice bowls at Pei Wei!  Probably my favorite thing to order here, especially with beef.  Even the small size is a generous amount of food.  I always feel like laying down afterwards. 

Pailin Thai Cafe 

There are about four places to get Thai food in Rancho Bernardo; a north San Diego hamlet, known for geezers and tech companies.  Pailin consistently has the best Pad Thai, that I can tell you!

Homemade Ramen 

Recently made a kicked up homemade ramen thing that turned out pretty tasty!  Just start with one of those cheap grocery store ramen packs and add some cut up green onions, sprouts, sriracha, lime, etc. 

Pei Wei Asian Diner

Outstanding Mongolian Beef at Pei Wei!  Almost as good as their big brother, PF Chang. 

Pei Wei Asian Diner

This Korean spicy bowl thing with steak at Pei Wei was remarkably good!!

Charm Thai Kitchen

Outstanding cashew nut chicken lunch special at Charm Thai Kitchen in Rancho Bernardo!

Pei Wei Asian Diner

My favorite dish at Pei Wei are their outstanding fried rice bowls!  I could eat these everyday.  Particularly with the beef.  Definitely on par with their big brother, PF Chang.  Also shown here are their amazing Crab Wontons.  Crispy handcrafted dumplings filled with crab, cream cheese, red bell peppers and scallions served on a bed of tasty sweet chile sauce. 


Charm Thai Kitchen

Outstanding Pad Thai lunch special at CTK!  I just wish they put the salad on a separate plate.  It unfortunately tends to sympathetically absorb warmth from the hot food. 

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