Battle Pad Thai: Thai Spice VS. Thai & Chinese Express

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 30, 2011
Ah, pad Thai: the gateway drug to a full-on Thai cuisine addiction. This stir-fry of humble means has not only become the national dish of Thailand, but also an emblematic representation of its culture throughout the globe. Even if you don't know...
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