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Maybe you have used the ugly-American's phonetic pronunciation for this Lower Queen Anne restaurant as a joke ("They call it 'Fuck-It?'") and just walked on by. Poor Phuket (say it nicely: Poo-ket) can't get no respect, but that's partly its own fault. The menu is basic, the same as 99 percent of the Thai restaurants in Seattle. You will find all the standards: Phad Thai, Phad See-Ew, curries and rama. A couple of dishes worth tying are the Miang Kum, a starter in which the diner wraps peanuts, shredded coconut, lime slices, diced red onions, chilis and ginger on Lalop leaves with a plum sauce; and the Tum Yum Soup, rice-noodles, limes, fish sauce, peanuts, cilantro, bean sprouts and green onion with chicken, shrimp, squid and a fish ball.
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