pho and thai Tiger's tear salad with luscious strips of rare sirloin in a spicy sauce is one of the most successful dishes at Pho and Thai. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
Cheap Eats

An enjoyable take on Thai dishes

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / July 30, 2008

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The three Thai partners who opened Pho and Thai in Belmont's Waverly Square - Sasirat Wyckoff, Tusnee Wutimongkolchai, and Aporn Vongsavat - probably had no idea that whatever they did would be compared to Patou Thai in Belmont Center, a restaurant about a mile away. The stunning Patou sets the standard not just for Thai cuisine, but for graciousness and ... (Full article: 589 words)

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