The desserts inspire arguments at this South First hot boîte, but cool quickly to mango sorbet. The Thai-based menu offers the ideal platform for innovation, and you'll be transported here, first by Prawn Miange, then by the Chinese-inspired Son in Law (braised pork shoulder), before the delicate matter of dessert is discussed.
Rene Ortiz's Sway serves up Thai cuisine with a twist
Rachel Feit, 2013-02-21
Although basic Thai staples such as pad thai and curries are represented, the Vietnamese dishes are among the best, served with the usual steamed rice, rau ghém, and fish sauce, with names like Cyclone Driver, Spicy Landlord, and Secretary Holiday.
5900 W. Slaughter Ste. 500-D, 512/288-8688
Here you'll find authentic Thai cuisine prepared by experts and served in a colorful, casual atmosphere. If you like it hot, you can get it very, very hot.
4514 West Gate Blvd., 512/899-8525
Friendly, attentive service and an affordable menu characterize this tiny neighborhood spot.
5517 Manchaca Rd., 512/462-1450