Little Uncle is a family-run Thai food stall tucked along the sidewalk at 15th and Madison, and it’s the closest thing to Bangkok’s famous street food you’ll find in Seattle. Its small rotating menu transcends the usual flatness of American Thai cuisine. Instead, the flavors dance and bounce off each other: bright chilies, cooling coconut milk, faint shades of vinegar and sourness. Their food tastes dynamic. Little Uncle always has pad thai—people love it—but order something new. (Little Uncle, 1509 E Madison St,, 11 am–8 pm)