Thai Cafe

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In culinary terms, Thai cuisine, followed closely by Vietnamese, has become the new Chinese; it's not yet as ubiquitous (and given that ubiquity breeds buffets, let's hope it never is), but whenever someone suggests eating Asian these days, it's Thai that is at the top of the list. And like Chinese, not all Thai is created equal. There are standout items at most places - the fish cakes at Sarika's and the papaya salad at Sompong's come to mind immediately - but overall, the menu at Thai Cafe delivers diversity and delight. - Ron Bechtol

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