I had the pineapple fried rice that will fill you up for hours. A very good meal on their lunch menu, L26.
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Great place to eat. We really loved it. I had chicken pad thai and my husband had chicken curry. You certainly won't be disappointed. It was delicious.
Excellent Thai cuisine and very reasonably priced. Portions were large and service was very good. Would highly recommend.
Located across from Kel’s Irish Pub on 2nd street. I managed to dine here twice while in Portland. Both times I had Mao’s Special, a curry noodle dish with lots of cabbage. The drinks and wine are good. We brought friends here and they thought...More
We only got three appetizers and that made a nice light dinner. The fresh rolls were a little bland, but appropriately light. Satay chicken - large portion, very nice sauce. Fish cakes - something new for me and I really liked them.
Had salad rolls and salmon pad thai. The pad thai was very good, but the salad rolls were lacking in thai herbs. They could have used some thai basil and mint.
We hadn't been back to E-San for a few years, but upon returning we were not disappointed. We ordered everything at a spice level of 7 out of 10, and it was executed perfectly. The fresh rolls were tasty, well rolled, and the peanut sauce...More
Fresh, vibrant delicious restaurant. Tried for the first time and went back twice in one week! Standout amongst a lot of Thai places in Portland. Try the lemongrass pad thai!
Went here with the family while visiting last weekend. My kids loved the Thai sausage fried rice! I tasted it and it was delicious! I got the evil prince curry with chicken and it was great. Chicken was cooked perfectly and had lots of broccoli...More
we shared the spring rolls to start. then the pad thai noodle with scallop. and the seafood vegetable. amazing taste. big portions. we had 4 glasses of wine and our total bill was $$69. highly recommend this place.