Several Thai families run this mini-chain of three restaurants, all located in Santiago
. Two of the eateries are no-frills (i.e., no booze, no dessert, no coffee, soft drinks in cans, straws available) and serve lunch only. The third, on Avenida Ossa, has a liquor license and operates like a regular restaurant, with a menu hanging on the wall and a small open kitchen. You can’t go wrong if you order pad thai from the all-Thai staff, who know a smattering of English—the standard fare, while not too sophisticated, is fresh and delicious.