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The space has been transformed from an inhospitable hole in the wall to a hip, clean, welcoming cavern serving Tao-Hue's short, creative menu of Thai, Malaysian and Indian flavors. Olive greens, dark reds, and a variety of cool, kitschy art pieces make up the décor, and DVDs of visual treats like Bollywood videos project silently on the wall while mellow music floats above in the tall shoebox-like space.
With only 12 or so counter seats, Yamo is a great place to catch up with a friend or rub shoulders with a hot date, but don't go planning a sit-down dinner for 8 (unless you want to try and arrange something with Tao-Hue beforehand; he's really nice). He's also wicked talented with his mostly organic, all-vegetarian, almost completely vegan ingredients.
Excerpt from Yamo Thai, Yamo Reopens in Style by SF Station Staff
The Mission district has always been known as a melting pot of ethnic and cultural diversity. In a city with nearly one restaurant for every ten people, the Mission has its share of stellar ethnic spe... More »