I have a love-hate relationship with Thai food. I love the idea of hot, but I can’t do it. I love the idea of pad Thai, but every time I order it I’m disappointed. So I’ve had to teach myself not to order something on fire and not to ever order pad Thai since there are so many other delicious choices on a good Thai menu. And while I’m the farthest thing from a vegetarian, I love the veggie choices for my friends. With that, I’ll get off my soapbox and introduce you to the top five Thai restaurants in Las Vegas.
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