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Sen Yai
Thai Restaurant$
Today 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
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3384 SE Division St Portland, OR 97202
3384 Southeast Division StreetUSOregonPortland97202
(503) 236-3573pokpokpdx.com
$Thai RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
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Sen Yai specializes in Kuaytiaw, the noodle dishes of Thailand. Kuaytiaw is eaten at all times of the day; as a late night snack, economical dinner, a quick lunch on the run, even for breakfast.
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Thai noodles & trendy craft cocktails served in a low-key setting with background dance music.- Google
"I asked to substitute the pork balls for tofu, but that didn't happen."
"Amazing. Best Thai noodles in Portland, hands down."
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Nathan Schmitt
4 months ago
Amazing. Best Thai noodles in Portland, hands down. Use the prik naam pla (thai chilis fish sauce and get a thai basil drinking vinegar to cut the heat. Super deep and complex flavors. Feels and tastes like sitting on the side of the road eating street food on Asia... or at least as close as you're going to get in Portland. Especially great experience if you're a lover of minimalist/independent travel (i.e., enjoy not being pampered).
Walden Li
4 months ago
Its just not what I expected, $11 for a stir fry noodle, the noodle looks like from bowl noodles, tasted like bowl noodles. Says prawn on menu, smaller than shrimp on dish. Some chinese restaurant could make much better noodle.
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Dmitriy Zasyatkin
11 months ago
Veggieless pad thai. Overly meat focused menu. Terrible bike parking rack.
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Trevor Baker
a year ago
Andy continues the SE Portland food scene takeover with restaurant #3 in Sen Yai. Haven't been able to make it here for breakfast yet, but the menu looks amazing. Where can you pick between Jok and Friend Donuts to dip in condensed milk in Portland? Sen Yai absorbed lunch favorites from Pok Pok so this is your destination for the yummy Pad See Ew.
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Allison Jones
9 months ago
Thoroughly disappointing! There were so many things wrong here that I'll just make a list. * Shown to a table near messy bus station outside, despite the rest of the patio open. * Table that was sat 10 minutes after us, was spoken to first - with their orders taken immediately. * Cocktails and food both took awhile to come out (on a slow Saturday afternoon) and when they eventually did...they were closely together. I would have preferred my cocktail long before). * Food was tasteless, and bland or too salty. The portions were small and very expensive. * Table service was sloppy - dropping plates behind us over and over, not yielding to the customer on trips to the bathroom, etc.. * After dropping off the check, our waiter never returned nor said a goodbye / thank you. * Other waiters glared as we left I will never go back, or recommend this spot. It was all terrible. Poor ambiance, poor food, and terrible service.
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Gloria Trujillo
a year ago
DISAPPOINTING TO SAY THE LEAST I gave it two stars for the following reasons: overpriced & service not that great. 1. There aren't many vegetarian options for starters. I ordered the MaMa Naam at $10. I asked to substitute the pork balls for tofu, but that didn't happen. The flavor of the soup was good, however there was less than a pack of ramen noodles in this soup, an egg that wasn't completely cooked and four proms and some greens. Overall it was more liquid than substance. So this soup should had been priced around $6 considering the amount. You get lots more noodles and veggies at other restaurants. My other half ordered the Tom Yam Plaa Naam Kon at $11... Where are we, in New york??? Again. It was just lots of liquid barely noodles in this soup and literally four fish balls. OVERPRICED! 2. Service was ok, I think they need to be better overall. We were presented with someone else's tab... our waitress didn't even check with us for 5 minutes, it had to be another waitress who took care of it (no big deal, but it really didn't help me feel good at eating here). Summary: if you care about your money, don't eat here. It is disappointing.
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Aaron Milano
a year ago
I love this place. The dishes and experience is really legit. I'd bring a few people to share with. I wish it was a but cheaper but it's owned by the Pok Pok folks so what are you gonna do?
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David Stutz
a year ago
Breakfast! Can't beat spicy rice broth with a little meat and an egg poaching in it. SE Asia has that one solved. Delicious.

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