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Thai House

Vim Oeur

The owner of Thai House, Vim Oeur is happily married after 45 years and with the help of family, they have run the restaurant for the past 17 years.

Thai House is a carryout restaurant that serves Thai Cuisine such as Thai staples: Pad Thai, a sweet tangy stir fried noodle dish, Lad Nha, a wide noodle dish with stir fry poured on top, Pad Kee Mao, or more commonly know as “Drunken Noodle” and Khao Pad, a Thai style fried rice with big chunks of onion, scallions, and cherry tomato. Appetizers include spring rolls topped with plum sauce and satay, a Thai street food of grilled curry seasoned meat on a skewer served with cucumber dip and peanut sauce. The tiny kitchen itself is housed in a strip mall and has extremely limited space, but if there’s room there are three tables available for dine in if you prefer not to carry out, however, chances are good that at lunch rush you may not get a seat.

Vim Oeur took over the business in 2002 and are now ready to pass it on to his daughter, Diane Oeur. Vim and his wife had always wanted a restaurant and Diane is eager to carry on the business of her parents and add her own personal touch to how the business will evolve in the future. She looks forward to expanding it to accommodate a larger dine in crowd. Diane, having worked for 17 years with her family wants to keep the same family atmosphere that the Oeur family has enjoyed for the last two decades- a place where family members can come socialize, eat, and of course, do their fair share of work.


Pad Thai


969 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203

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