On our way from Portland to Seattle, we needed to find a place to stop for lunch. We put in our usual search terms for Thai and didn’t know what we would find, but up popped Somsiri Thai in Chehalus, Washington. The restaurant is decorated in bright colors and the first thing you notice is that the menus are printed off inside of old record albums! I loved it! Mine was South Pacific, which caused me to hum show tunes for the rest of the trip.
I ordered the White River Noodle and my husband ordered Lava Curry. They brought us water in a big decorative decanter, which I also loved. I like it when I don’t have to worry about whether or not my water will be kept filled – especially when eating Thai food!
My husband’s curry arrived, looking amazing. He said it was the most complex and had the best depth of flavor of any curry he has ever eaten! It had chicken, bell peppers, bamboo shoots and basil. He went with heat #4, which was plenty hot for him. He also liked that it had the option of brown rice.
My White River Noodles were also amazing. Full of flavor and richness. It had such big chunks of food on the top, at first I thought they had forgotten the noodles! I had heat #2 and it was just right for me.
Excellent food and service!