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Dining, SFoodie Number 2: Steamed Sea Bass with Lime and Chile From Lers Ros

Number 2: Steamed Sea Bass with Lime and Chile From Lers Ros

Tom Silargorn has a flair for the dramatic. His soups are all served in ringed Mongolian hot pots, blue flames and sparks shooting up through the tube…
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Dining, SFoodie The New Lers Ros: Twice as Stylish, Just as Spicy

The New Lers Ros: Twice as Stylish, Just as Spicy

Despite our proximity to Los Angeles, whose Thai restaurants are the best in the Americas, San Francisco's history with Thai restaurants is a spotty one. Little restaurants spring up, impress the locals, then graduate up to fancier rooms, dumbing…
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Dining, Eat Lers Ros Hayes Valley: Stylish Thai Taste Travels Uptown

Lers Ros Hayes Valley: Stylish Thai Taste Travels Uptown

Shortly after opening in 2008, Lers Ros became the rare Thai restaurant in San Francisco where you'll hear as much Thai as English, and where chef-owner Tom Silargorn doesn't hide the frog with green peppercorns or pork entrail soup away…
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Dining, Eat Fresh Eats: Lers Ros: Tom Silargorn Talks on Authentic Thai

Fresh Eats: Lers Ros: Tom Silargorn Talks on Authentic Thai

Born in Chon Buri, a coastal province about 45 minutes southeast of Bangkok, chef Tom Silargorn learned to cook by his mother's side. Three years ago, he opened Lers Ros in the Tenderloin and quickly earned a devout following of…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A With Tom Silargorn, Part 3: Recipe for Lers Ros's Tom Yum Koong

Q&A With Tom Silargorn, Part 3: Recipe for Lers Ros's Tom Yum Koong

As part of SFoodie's interview with Tom Silargorn, chef-owner of Lers Ros -- part 1 and part 2 were published earlier this week -- we asked Silargorn for his recipe for tom yum koong. The soup gets ordered daily at…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A With Lers Ros's Tom Silargorn, Part 2: About That New Restaurant...

Q&A With Lers Ros's Tom Silargorn, Part 2: About That New Restaurant...

Tom Silargorn, owner of the three-year-old Lers Ros, generally regarded as one of San Francisco's best Thai restaurants, initially came to San Francisco to pursue an education in art. But the lack of what he deems "real Thai food" in…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A With Lers Ros's Chef, Tom Silargorn, Talking About Real Thai Food

Q&A With Lers Ros's Chef, Tom Silargorn, Talking About Real Thai Food

Born in Chon Buri, a coastal province about 45 minutes southeast of Bangkok, chef Tom Silargorn learned to cook by his mother's side. Three years ago, he opened Lers Ros in the Tenderloin and quickly earned a devout following of…
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Dining, Eat Thai Score

Thai Score

It's rare that I've eaten in Thai restaurants that have exploded my idea of what Thai food is, introducing me to exciting dishes as good as anything I've ever eaten anywhere. For years, decades even, Thai menus in America offered…
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