Thai Stick Sticks Out on Fillmore

Thai Stick is a decent spot to stick your head in on your way home or on your way out to grab some cheap grub and kick back. I’ve heard some people complain about the super slow service, but that was not my experience. I went into Thai Stick on Fillmore with a party of six, as we decided to try it out and to escape the down pour of rain that suddenly struck the city. We were seated right away, I guess it was a slow night because we had about four waitresses just for us!

We ordered an array of tasty dishes from Pad Thai, to Tom Yum soup, to Panang tofu curry, to braised duck. Everyone was satisfied and they had Singha on tap which was cool. We drank a few orders of sake to keep us warm. The guys were entertained as the bar area is kind of like a sports bar – playing a few different games at a time. When the bill came it was less than $20 per person including drinks. We were satisfied. I would definitely come back. I think they have a few other locations in the city also…


Thai Stick
2001 Fillmore St
(between Pine St & California St) [Pac Heights]

photo courtesy of Yelper:  Kevin Y.

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Originally from San Diego, Heidi migrated north to study journalism at SFSU and interned for the SF Bay Guardian writing music stuff. She later embarked on a study-abroad program in both Denmark and Holland, and basically never came home. For six long years, she froze her ass off in Oslo, Norway, pretending to be a viking princess, trying to figure out how to survive in the most expensive city in the world. The other two years were spent frolicking on the beach in Spain - sipping on sangria in between being tossed around Europe working as a stressed-out journalist. Heidi currently works at for a non-profit cultural exchange program, helping others experience life from a different perspective. She is thrilled to be back in SF, magnetizing the obscure, and scavenging the city for fun, free things to do.