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Hugging the deep end of the 24th Street corridor as it collides with Potrero beneath the shadow of S.F. General Hospital, Manivanh serves some of the very best Thai food on the city's south side. While it's about as barbecue as a bonbon, the restaurant's Thai-style "barbecued" chicken is a standout - grilled, not smoked, with a high proportion of black, charred skin hugging layers of glistening fat and ribbons of ridiculously tender meat. Also, be sure to order the larb-ped, a bold, addictive salad of minced duck, chiles, lettuce, mint, and red onion.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa

Parking: Street

Reservations: Accepted

Attire: Casual


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