Dining Pick of the Week: Sin City Thai



4850 W. Sunset Road at South Decatur Boulevard, 702-616-2223

There is nothing sinful about Sin City Thai other than how sinfully good the food is and how sinfully spicy you can order it. That includes spicy basil, which is stir-fried sliced meat (chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, tofu) with fresh chili and garlic, onion, bell peppers and basil. Other hot dishes are curries (red, green, yellow, panang), pad kea mow (flat rice noodles), beef or ginger chicken salad and several soups, such as chicken or seafood tom yum and shrimp tom kha, which is coconut soup with mushrooms, lemongrass, lime leaves and chili paste. Other less spicy dishes are orange chicken, teriyaki chicken bowl, chow mein, silver noodle salad (glass noodles, chopped chicken, shrimp, red onion, cilantro, lime dressing), broccoli bowl, pad Thai, egg drop soup, sweet and sour chicken and pineapple fried rice. Several house specials are barbecue ribs combo, salmon teriyaki with steamed vegetables, soft-shell crab salad and chicken barbecue combo with shrimp fried rice. Featured appetizers are Thai egg rolls, pot stickers, beef jerky and Thai chicken wings. Lunch specials ($6.95) are served Monday through Friday. Entrees start at $8.95. Sin City Thai is open from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. — Jack Bulavsky


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