This Beaumont neighborhood eatery, named for a three-wheeled taxi ubiquitous in Thailand, delivers the real goods—mostly. For starters, try the crispy spring rolls ($4) and the nasal-clearing hot and sour soup ($4.50), but steer clear of the leathery chicken satay ($6.50). For main dishes, the vegetarian pad thai ($7.50) is suitably rib-sticking and the chicken gang ka-ree ($8.50)—a yellow curry-powder paste with coconut milk, potatoes, carrots and onions—packs a tasty punch. (HS)