We can't get real Thai food where I live, unfortunately. There's aThai restaurant, but it has had to adapt (dilute, Americanize--wahtever) its cuisine in order to survive. The same happened to the only decent Vietnamese restaurant in town. It got successful by pulling punches, and now it's in a brand new, beautiful location, but the food just ain't what it used to be <br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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To be honest it the american way of things.<br><br>Here a Chinese restaurant owned by Chinese, cook very different from a chineses restaurant own by chineses in Minnisota. I know I've been to MN and had the same thing as I eat here - very different flavor.<br><br>Sorta they are catering to a local taste.<br><br>
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
PA with real Thai food? HA! i think not, i have been looking and only a few come anywhere close to what you can find in MN! They are all over an hour away from my house anyway so I'm stuck with what i can cook and americanized Asian food. <br><br>
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