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Restaurants & Bars

The old Thai House in Arlington, VA?

elyhtak | Feb 11, 200310:39 AM     3

This question has been plaguing me for a while (mostly because my parents keep asking me to do detective work on it), but does anyone know what happened to the Thai House in Rosslyn on Wilson Blvd in the same little strip as the Pho 75? Thai House was a fairly small, dark little restaurant that served the best and as close to authentic as you can get to Thailand Thai food. YUM. My family used to eat there all the time but at some point it closed; this was quite a while ago, maybe 10 years or more. Now we go to Rabieng, which is good but my parents are always asking after Thai House. I have not been able to locate any other restaurants by the name of Thai House in the DC metro area...does anyone else know what happened to the owners? Could they maybe have opened a new place?

Thanks in advance!

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