located between greenlake and roosevelt, and right next to the chevron, this thai oriented noodle house is sure to delight your appetite, taste buds, and wallet.
where people's first perceptions of thai soup would be thom kha or thom yum, superbowl takes thai sweet/sour flavor concepts and mixes in a lot of originality with entrees like; donald duck noodles, sahara desert noodles and m-80 noodles. each dish incorporates a crisp taste with defined flavors and a visually appealing presentation of colors. with pink chinese sausage, green basil, white chicken, yellow lemongrass stalks, and clear seaweed, your meal will be as appetizing to your eyes as to your palette.
there are also traditional thai dishes, but they are near the back of the menu since the highlight is on soups. if you were to visit this restaurant, i would strongly urge you to try their soups (turbo noodles, which incorporates a lot of seafood, is my usual order)
the restaurant itself is small and bright with a large patio for sunny days. inside, the majority of tables sit 2-3 people with a couple larger tables in the center for larger groups. it's an excellent choice for both lunch and dinner and prices range from about $6-$8 per soup. the soup will definitely fill you up, and you'll be patting your stomach in satisfaction by the end of the meal.