There’s stiff competition from the other ‘restaurants’ calling for you to go eat with them as you walk down the road towards Miss Lien Thao’s, but don’t be swayed...she will be the one with queue of folks waiting, of happy customers and full tummies. Ate here for two dinners and a lunch ( following her cookery course) and all delicious and consistent. She is last but one on the strip!
Twice her sister pulled a table out from the middle of nowhere and benches that were probably in use In The kitchen area so we could enjoy spring rolls, chicken with chili and lemon grass ( spicy hot) fried wontons and much much more. fresh beer also excellent.
It’s inexpensive and for those wanting authentic food on a budget, you really can’t go wrong.