10 Great Thai Restaurants in Orange County (and Long Beach)

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 11, 2012
For this list of ten great Thai restaurants, not only have I included those from Long Beach (a non-OC city that's always been under this paper's jurisdiction), but also some Thai-Cambodian, some Thai-Laotian, and even a Thai-sushi hybrid, because...
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