Sunday, March 9, 2008

Dice Thai Cuisine

So many Thai's so little time. It can be hard to find a truly great Thai among a sea of so many. This little jewel opened a few years ago is one that is truly flavorful and well done. Sitting at the edge of Prospect Park West in Windsor Terrace where many new food spots are popping up quite often in what was once barren of decent chow. Every dish is made fresh and to order. I enjoyed the duck salad of roasted duck with tomatoes, pineapples, cashews over lettuce doused in chili lime juice. The tom kah gai arrives in an earthenware dish with handle which the owner said is from the famous central Bangkok market. The Pad Thai's are all very good here. I especially like the cashew nut entree with cashews, your choice of meat with scallions in a cashew nut sauce, now that's cashewy good. A Monday-Friday lunch special offers a variety of opetions compared to other Thai's and include a spring roll and salad for $5.95 for chicken, veggies or tofu and $6.95 for beef, shrimp or vegetarian duck. Walk it all of a few blocks away in lovely Prospect Park.

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