The decor may have been spruced up, but Addie’s Thai Café is still offering customers ‘really delicious, authentic food’ at down-home prices. No wonder it’s so popular. While the man himself may be spending a little less time behind the stove these days, his family have taken to the concept with relish. The whole place is now themed as a street-food eatery, although the menu hasn’t changed much – crowds continue to pack in for cracking renditions of hot & sour tom yang kun soup, massaman & green curries or pad thai, as well as Addie’s own wacky inventions such as a dish of prawns & squid infused with galangal, lime leaves, chilli & a slosh of French brandy. There’s local delivery, too – a bonus for anyone living within a one-mile radius.
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