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ch;ris | Mar 23, 200301:40 PM    

Run to this Richmond mainstay. This restaurant's been around for years, but it's seemed to have flown thru my radar of GOOD Thai food in the city, which, doesn't seem like a hard task, but not only is the food excellent, the prices are low too.

I took my moms and sister out Sat night, got the window seat and enjoyed the Thai crepes, Green Papaya salad, Pra-Rarm-- sauteed chicken, mixed steamed vegies topped off w/ Peanut sauce, & the crispy fried whole fish layered with bell peppers, cilantro and sweet chili sauce... all I can say is Yumilicious!

We also managed to test out their FBI (Fried Banana with REAL coconut ice cream)... ranks right up there with the honey-glazed Le Soleil variety.

& the best part of it all, the bill came out to $38! BEAT THAT...houndies

Support your neighborhood restaurants... EAT OUT!

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