Since I have many classes in the CMA building at UT I could have many chances to eat at Madam Mam’s. Conveniently located, this is the best Thai restaurant near the UT campus.

I visited all three locations of Madam Mam’s; at the Guadalupe locationWestgate location, and The Village location. The Village location is the third opening place, and the decor is fantastic.

It is pretty exhausted to find a parking spot near the campus. So, if you have a plan to visit Madam Mam’s with your car, it might be a good option to consider Westgate and The Village location. These locations have pretty large parking spaces.

I started out eating a couple of different menu items and dishes that I’ve tried since the first visit have been wonderful. People give Madam Mam’s pretty good reviews for the most part.

I usually get noodles and ordered GUAY TEAW KUA GUA (F11) with chicken: Flat rice noodles stir-tried with meat, eggs, bean sprouts, pickled radish and soy mixed sauce served with green leaf lettuce. You might feel greasy if you only eat noodles. However, the green leaf lettuce made this dish clean taste.

My friend ordered Pad Sea-Ew (F3) with chicken : Vermicelli noodles stir-fried with chinese broccoli and egg in special mixed soy sauce.

The only drawback of this place is that they do not split checks, which may be a concern for large groups.  Also, they only have 4 tables designated for groups greater than 4.  So, if your group which is larger than 4 people visit Madam Mam’s on the drag at peak lunch/dinner hours, you might be wait for a while until you get a table.

But the food is wonderful and reasonably priced. It will be on my list of places to eat at in Austin for Thai cuisine.