Hailing from Sydney, this Thai joint does not disappoint on authentic flavors, portions or service. It doesn't have much personality, it seems a little casual, but it's outstanding. The spices and flavors are well-balanced. Try the chang fen style dish, their mango sticky rice, their grilled pork neck or their red curry beef shank with potatoes. So tender.
One of Shanghai's better Thai restaurants is ensconced in the corner of a fourth floor of the mall. Go figure. And then go for lunch, when their fiery cooking comes in set-form, with a whole array of small sides to pair with your curry.
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