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"Spice" Thai in Plano

Kirk | Feb 21, 200309:35 AM     2

Stumbled into a remarkably good Thai restaurant in Plano last night, called Spice. (I say "stumbled" because we happened to see the sign while driving along Spring Creek at Coit. The restaurant is in an unlikely place -- next to an Italian place called Sopranos -- in a strip center on the northeast corner of the intersection.) The most remarkable thing: at 7 p.m. we were the only two in the place!

We had Basil Chicken and Pad See Iew -- standards for most Thai places, to be sure. These were way above average, though. The flavors were refined and the quality of the meats and vegetables were very high. They don't have a liquor license, but you can bring your own.

I'm looking forward to trying some of their seafood dishes, which the DMN review below says are very good.

Link: http://www.guidelive.com/profile/151955/

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