Pretty good chow, good service, good value for the cost...given all the Thai places in town, this is one of the better ones...
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I was on business travel, and the local team members suggested eating at Benjarong. I hadn't has Thai before, but am glad I went with them. It's a hidden spot off the main roads, but worth the look. The food was very good.
This building has changed name and maybe owners many times over the years. I think it may still be the same owners that owned it previously (Gus Corona Cafe) because it serves more than just Thai. The food has always been impressive, don't judge the...More
One of our favorite Thai spots! Their Sukiyaki noodles are amazing...well seasoned and spicy. Service is great and prices are reasonable...especially for the portions you get. The location is well off the beaten path for even the locals. I definitely recommend adding this stop if...More
This wonderful, family run restaurant was a complete surprise. It looks a little rough on the outside but don't let that stop you. The service was attentive and friendly. I had the pork larb with tom ka gai soup. Everything was fresh and tasty like...More
Don't judge a book by its cover...this holds true for Benjorang. Throughout my travels I have found that the "hole-in-the-wall" restaurants are by far the best and cheapest. This holds true for Benjorang. I have had good and terrible Thai before and this place is...More
I eat a lot of Thai around the US and this is absolutely among the best. Chicken Tom Gah soup was traditional but unique--like a family recipe. The Pad Thai--a great dish to start with if you are new to Thai--was amazing and well garnished....More
Several Thai restaurants make garlic pork but this place has the best. They don't cut in small pieces, you actually get pork chops that have been marinated and so tender.