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The mango tango sushi rolls ($11) are filled with cucumber, jalapeño, white fish and cilantro topped with mango and roe. Photos by Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media
One of Bangkok Tokyo’s entrees, padki-mao ($8.99), includes stir-fried spicy flat rice noodles, peapods, baby corn, hot pepper, basil leaves and egg in special sauce.
The pad thai ($8.99) contains stir-fried thin rice noodles with choice of meat, bean sprouts, tofu, scrambled eggs, chopped ground peanuts on the side in a light sweet and sour tamarind sauce.
Bangkok Tokyo’s coconut shrimp ($6.95) is served with a side of tangerine and mango sauce.
Tom yum soup ($8.99) includes hot and sour chicken in broth topped with bell peppers, straw mushroom, lime juice, lemon grass and galanga root.
Chicken satay ($5.95), a chicken skewer marinated in Thai curry and herbs served with peanut sauce and cucumber salad.
Megan Maginity, Contributing Editor
1:26 pm CDT July 11, 2017
Years ago, Kip Sangsawang worked as a United Airlines flight attendant, making the six-hour route from Bangkok, Thailand to Tokyo, Japan four to five times per month.