If there's a defining moment in the Chicago Thai food scene, it has to be the point in 2003 when some determined local foodies took it upon themselves to translate Spoon Thai's semi-secret Thai-language menu into English. Decoding that menu, which the eatery had presumably deemed too exotic for non-natives, meant anyone could sample such dishes as banana blossom salad and spicy-sweet boat noodles. Since then other restaurants have followed suit by adding more unfamiliar dishes to their menus, though of course plenty of crowd-pleasing American-style Thai restaurants remain.Read More
Report | 3 years ago
Sweet little Thai lady ever so gracious and pleasant to be around. She makes you feel welcome.
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