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Thai RESTAURANTS PEARL OF SIAM

18660 E. Hampden Ave. • 303.617.7408 pearlofsiam.net • Lunch, dinner Tue.-Sat. No alcohol • $$ Pearl of Siam is famous for its seven types of curry starting with the mild panang curry and moving up to a complexly spiced duck curry with red curry paste, coconut milk, bell pepper, pineapple and fresh basil. If you like pad Thai you’ll love “drunken noodles”wide flat noodles stir-fried with peppers, eggplant, basil leaves and chile sauce. Live it up by pairing a fried banana with house-made coconut ice cream. The creamy, terra cotta-colored iced tea is almost a dessert by itself.

SUE OF SIAM

106 Del Mar Circle • 720.949.1980 sueofsiam.com • Lunch, dinner Tue.-Sun. No alcohol • $$ • Thai tea ice cream Low-key Sue of Siam offers seriously authentic fare beyond the standard dozen Thai dishes common on local Asian menus. Branch out with the crunchy, earthy green papaya salad or ground pork larb salad spiked with fresh Thai chiles. Kuay tiew nahm is a classic noodle dish with tiny meatballs, green onions, mung bean sprouts and cilantro. Sue’s regulars come for the soft shell crab sautéed with black pepper and garlic. Potent condiments are set on every table.

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