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Where can I find Khao Soi noodles besides Sripraphai?

ephramzz | Mar 18, 200807:56 PM     8

I'm searching for Thai (or Lao or Burmese if they exist) restaurants that serve the delicious northern Thai dish Khao soi, which is a sour yellow curry broth with egg noodles topped with pickled mustard, fried shallots, fried noodles, mung sprouts, and lime juice. My current list of places that have it in outside of Manhattan is:
AM Thai Chili Basil Kitchen
Em Thai
Leng Thai Restaurant
Siam Square Thai Restaurant
Sripraphai Thai Restaurant
Udom Thai

in addition to the names Khao Soi, it's sometimes called Chiang Mai noodles, Kao Soi, Kow soy, Northern Thai Noodles or simply Egg Noodles with Yellow Curry. Enjoy your search, it's addictive as you can tell! Let me know what you find.

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VIP @Thai
278 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Am-Thai Chili Basil
359 McDonald Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218

SriPraPhai
64-13 39th Ave, Queens, NY 11377

Siam Square
564 Kappock St, Bronx, NY 10463

Leng
33-09 Broadway, Queens, NY 11106

Udom
661 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

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