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04Apr

Stop by for some Thai

 

 

This month I treated myself to some very tasty Thai food from Bangkok Crossing. They are located at 620 Woodward Ave., between the City County Building & Campus Martius. Considering that my power was knocked out with a wind storm that day, I found their heat and lighting to be welcoming. Beyond the basic creature comforts, I also experienced fast and friendly service. For dinner I ordered the chicken pad Thai, with mild spice. It was very delicious and came in a generous portion. The noodles, seasoned chicken, sprouts and crushed peanuts came together in a very satisfying medley of flavor and texture. Although not needed, I also added some soy sauce and squeezed lemon. To wrap this whole experience up, I was pleasantly surprised with my reasonable bill. If you're looking for some good, reasonably priced food downtown, consider Bangkok Crossing.

​By Russell Bisinger

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