Founded by an Irish-Vietnamese-American and his Irish friend in 2007, this simple one-room restaurant with a few sidewalk seats has become a fixture in La Mariscal's backpacker grub scene. The ingredients are fresh and Thai and Vietnamese dishes like phở and pad Thai are exactly what you would expect. There are even a few Ecuadorian plates that oddly fit with the Southeast Asian ones, such as palm heart ceviche and encocados (fish and coconut milk stew). Events and specials are held almost every night of the week, like M*A*S*H* Mondays (with specials on a beef, gravy, and mashed potatoes dish) and draft beer discounts.
Jose Calama E8-29
Our Rating Neighborhood New Town Hours Mon–Sat 11am–11pm Phone 02/511-4030 Prices Main courses $8–$10 Cuisine Type Thai/Vietnamese Web site Uncle Ho’s
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