Bangkok Royal Thai Cuisine

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Bangkok Royal Thai Cuisine was a beacon of light in a dark and stormy sea of Clemson-area restaurants. Opened in 2000 by Orawan and Gene Sears, it was located in the plaza next to Sole, across the street from the town Post Office. It was reasonably priced, tasty, and the service was good. Recommended especially was the Duck Curry and the Panang Curry. Extra steamed rice was free, and only $.75 a box when taking out. Their green tea was excellent as well. They also served alcoholic drinks there. The crowd was eclectic, ranging from older Clemson residents to professors to the more adventurous students.

The Sears sold the restaurant in August, 2006, but continued to own the Bangkok Asian Foodland store next door.

Bangkok Royal Thai Cuisine
(864) 654-2656
518 College Ave
Clemson, SC 29631

Status

On November 5, 2006, Bangkok Royal Thai Cuisine suffered from a large fire. The restaurant's future is unknown. By March, 2007, the gutted wing of the plaza has been razed to the slab.

It reopened as Siam Royal Thai Cuisine, but in the next adjacent business space on the west side from the original location.

External Links

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