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“Arharn” is Thai for “food,” and it is a fitting title for this humble, wholesome, well-priced, delicious little restaurant that recently sprang up near the Super Target on Powers Boulevard.
I have dined around the world in many major cities. In general, most "dining" in the springs is a disappointment. HOWEVER this place is just great. Clean, current, fresh and tasty food, nicely priced, great service..what else could I ask for? OK, it's in a shopping center and not overlooking the mountains...that's the only knock I can dig up. I HIGHLY recommend trying Aharn out...they do a great job.
I was very impressed with this place. The food was excellent, beyond excellent, the prices were very reasonable (average is $6.50 a plate unless you get seafood, then it was $8.00-$9.00, and we went for dinner, not lunch), not to mention any dish you order you can add chicken, beef, or pork at no extra cost!
The service was fast, friendly and helpful, and the place was immaculately clean!
It is a very tiny little place, so if bringing a very large group get take out.
I recommend not skipping dessert when you go, we shared the sweet rice with fresh mango and it was toe-curling delicious.
Their Chicken Satay is wonderful too, we tried a number of things, all very good, coconut milk soup was also delicious. All their food is also incredibly fresh.
And voila. This is some of the best Thai I have had. Very fresh and the prices are right. There are a lot of healthy options on the menu and some different/fun dishes. They serve Pad Thai Ho Kai (not something you see on a lot of American Thai menus) which is popular in Thailand and excellent at Arharn Thai. Excellent green curry and tofu. Very friendly service and chic decor. This place is a beacon of hope amongst all of the fast food chain grease pits along the Powers corridor. I think this is better than Bhan Thai, and much cleaner/fresher too.