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Is there an authentic Thai restaurant in Brooklyn?

salvusman82 | Sep 12, 201905:43 PM     6

The last 20 Thai restaurants in Brooklyn I have visited or ordered from have all been mediocre, Americanized, overpriced, bland Thai food. There are couple of half-decent places (Sky Ice in Park Slope), and some that used to be good when they first opened (Corthaiyou in Ditmas Park) which have since gone downhill. But I can't find a place that has the authentic, aromatic, viciously spicy flavors I enjoyed every time I traveled to Thailand. I know there are places like that elsewhere in the city (Up Thai in upper manhattan, Jaiya Thai in murray hill, Sripraphai in queens)....but what about Brooklyn?

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