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Lissa | Aug 28, 200002:15 PM     2

Here's a great Thai restaurant with a twist. It's completely vegetarian, but the food is prepared to simulate meat dishes, by using tofu and seitan. I've been there twice, and can't believe how unbelievably tasty their dishes are. The textures, the sauces and the spices are mouth-watering. I've had "chicken, fish and shrimp" dishes so far, each one was just delicious. The prices are quite low for the quantity and quality of the food, and I had the same smiling, helpfull waiter both times I've been there, which was about a year apart. It's called Chu Chai. I'm sorry I don't have the exact address, but it's on the west side of St. Denis. (I'm pretty sure it's north of Deluth, south of Rachel)

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