Thai Pepper, located next to the excellent India’s Oven in a mall at Paradise and Sahara, now belongs to a charming Thai woman (whom we’ll call Cherry) who cooks up a menu of 154 dishes, all of which are interesting and most of which terrific. Make sure to try jan pad poo, pad Thai noodles laced with crab meat, a dish you can get on most Thai beaches, as well as kao-low, a soup that's funky in the extreme and definitely not for the faint of heart. Served in one of those Thai aluminum pots, the soup is stocked with meatballs, brisket, tendon and stomach, plus bean sprouts, cilantro and other herbs, all collaborating in a dark, rich, gamey broth.
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