I was visiting my daughter in Minneapolis and she suggested going out for Thai. We parked in front of a Thai Restaurant, but it was NOT the one she meant. Sen Yai Sen Lek was across the street. It is basically two store fronts joined together by an interior door. 2 dining rooms with a bar in one. The waitstaff is attentive and helpful. I asked if there were specials and there were in fact 3 of them. I took the Red Chicken Curry and my daughter being an vegan took the green mock duck curry. Huge portions with veggies and sticky rice And an egg omelet which I've never had in a Thai Restaurant. My single disappointment was the lack of squid, BUT what we received was excellent. I also had Thai tea which is always refreshing. For desert, wonderful sticky rice with mangos. As I implied with the title, the interior is not particularly attractive, but we went for the food and not the ambience and it was well worth it. A tad expensive, but this is Minneapolis so it is to be expected. one of the reasons that asked if there were specials was because the menu was so large. A variety of foreign beers are offered as well. Nice place and I'll go back.
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