No, you will never be disappointed by the incredible dishes at Yes! Thai Indeed

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By Pamela Brownstein

Happy diners filled the booths along the row of windows as the Lunch Bunch met last Friday at Yes! Thai Indeed. The attentive, friendly service combined with the always delicious and authentic Thai dishes make this intimate restaurant a favorite choice among Beaufortonians.

Steamed shrimp dumpling appetizer
Steamed shrimp dumpling appetizer

For starters, we all shared the ever-delectable steamed shrimp dumplings — a must-have, I think. The warm, flavorful, homemade pieces practically melt in your mouth they are so good. We also tried the cheese rolls — shrimp, crab meat, onions, carrots and cream cheese wrapped in spring roll skin and fried — and they were excellent.

I ordered my favorite, the Sweet and Sour, made with sweet tomato paste, scallions, onions, tomatoes, pineapple chunks, fresh cucumbers and sauteed chicken. Kim also couldn’t pass up her favorite, the Pad Thai. This traditional dish is made with sauteed rice noodle in the chef’s special sauce with shrimp, egg, bean sprout, grounded roasted peanut and fresh bean

Pad Thai with shrimp
Pad Thai with shrimp

sprout. Elizabeth enjoyed her pineapple fried rice special, while Buck went out of his comfort zone to try the cashew nut entree.

For dessert, it was hard to choose between the fried bananas and the coconut cake, but we decided to split a piece of cake, and it was awesome. We were also treated to the specialty green tea drink, and it was amazing. It was sweet, but not too sweet, and a perfect way to end your meal.

Sweet and sour chicken
Sweet and sour chicken

Yes! Thai Indeed is located at 911 Boundary Street, Beaufort, and is open seven days a week: Monday through Friday for lunch, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and dinner, 4:30 to 9 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 4:30 to 9 p.m. For take out, call 843-986-1185 or go online at www.yesthaiindeed.com.

Coconut cake dessert
Coconut cake dessert

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