A couple of Thai ladies run this authentic Thai restaurant and a Korean guy is often there as the waiter and greeter. There are only about 10 seats in the entire place and it is popular on weekends, but they also do take out. Like any good Thai restaurant, there are photos of King Bhumibol Adulyadej all over the walls. This is some of the best Thai food in Korea. Prices are around 11,000 KRW for most dishes like Tom Yun Koon, Pad Thai, curries, and other noodle and rice dishes. Spring rolls are 3,000, so is Thai tea, and Chang bottles are 5,000. Highly recommended
Chang Surin is a small, unassuming place that is easy to miss, but anything it lacks in size and location, it more than makes up in quality. It is run by a few Thai ladies that really know what they are doing. I had the pad thai and my wife had a massive bowl of soup and we were both blown away. It was so flavorful and is by far the best Thai food we have had outside of Thailand! If you are looking for great Thai and don't care about the ambiance, make your way here. You'll be glad you did.
Stopped in for dinner. We got there just in time. While we were waiting for our meal, a line started to form. Its so small in there. Two 4 seater tables and two 2 seater tables. The food was pretty decent. The fried rice could've had more flavor. The chicken w/bamboo shoots was tasty and spicy. I really liked the papaya salad. I usually like to order the Thai curries but I made it a point to order something else. My daughter had the Panang curry, that was tasty as well. The noodles with seafood cooked with black soy sauce was ok. Needed more flavor. They ran out of spring rolls Definitely try to get there before 6pm because of the limited seating.