Any Thai restaurant with a chunk of its menu dedicated exclusively to types of sriracha is off to a good start in our eyes. Thankfully that first impression continues through Atchana’s very good food, which includes versions of pad thai, crispy duck, and fried “Son-in-Law Eggs.” And if you happen to like one of those srirachas, you can take home a bottle, as we have done multiple times with the great mango version they make themselves.
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