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Osha Thai Noodle Cafe

After our drive in from the valley, Suzanne and I needed a quick and easy place to eat dinner after settling into our hotel near Union Square, in San Francisco. Suzanne and I were lucky to discover Osha Thai Noodle Cafe at 696 Geary St (Cross Street: Leavenworth Street). While not much to look at, the place was packed on Sunday night, and we had to wait online for a table, so we figured we were at the right place.

Despite the name, the restaurant features dishes beyond noodles, including salads, soups, and dishes over rice. Suzanne selected Beef with Mint, served with red peppers, and a good supply of heat—spicy just like her. I enjoyed the Thai Phat See You—fried wide egg noodles, with chicken, egg, Chinese broccoli, and black soy sauce.

The service was quick, though not at all gabby—this was a spot for locals that know what they want. We got out for $18 (including tip), and passed a line even longer than the one when we arrived, at 9pm on a Sunday night.

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