Pop-Up Thai/Vietnamese Brunch at Doc's Clock


That’s right! Thai/Vietnamese Brunch! At Doc’s Clock for god’s sake! Mission Mission pal Linda L. has the rundown:

Heads up!
There is a new pop up eatery on Sunday’s at Doc’s Clock, a little enterprise called Three Papayas.

Thai / Vietnamese brunch. Cheap as all hell, only $8 an entree.
The menu changes every week but the Three Papayas Salad is always featured. All home made, all fresh ingredients!

Nice place to duck out of the sun, have a morning cocktail and eat.

Took the liberty of writing down last Sunday’s menu. You can friend them on Facebook for more info.

-Bunny Chao: South African Indian Curry
-Three Papaya Salad
-Pork Ramen
-Vietnamese Crepe (pork and Shrimp or vegetarian)

A couple of weeks ago they feature pork dumplings and Chicken Pho

Noon to 4pm

I can’t wait!

The first Yelp review adds that the enterprise is the brainchild of “underground superstar chef” Tawei, formerly of guerilla-ish operations at Yamo, Bender’s and Thee Parkside.

Update: Pork Ramen photo by tackyy.

10 Responses to “Pop-Up Thai/Vietnamese Brunch at Doc's Clock”

  1. tack says:

    I ate the Pork Ramen. Their operation it pretty cool. Cooking is upstairs and there’s a runner/server in the bar. The menu was a post-it inside a Mexican adult comic.

    Pork ramen:


  2. brian says:

    oh nice, tawei back cooking in the mission … gonna have to check this out

  3. Joanna says:

    I’ve had the Crepe, the Salad, and the Bunny Chao…and it’s all excellent! At the very least you will have an unusual eating experience, with large portions of food, friendly bartenders.

  4. jamesy says:

    how on earth is 8 bones cheap as hell. kinda more like average same as hell.

  5. jamesy says:

    delete the ‘same’ out of that last comment. whoops.

    • tack says:

      8 bucks for Tawei’s cooking is really cheap for something awesome. 8 bucks for something else is average for average.

    • lindylula says:

      I think if you consider the portions and the way it’s presented. This shit looks super high end, tastes gourmet and is beautifully presented with little cups of sauces and loads of fresh cilantro, basil and all the whatnots.

  6. Bjorn Teuleuse says:

    the food is easily worth the money!

  7. melissa says:

    To quote The Who: Fried egg makes me sick first thing in the morning.

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