Thai Nakorn's Garden Grove Store Reopening

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 26, 2009
O.C.'s Thai food-enthusiasts know the story already: Thai Nakorn was originally in Buena Park, blocks away from Knott's when it got kicked out by its landlords to make way for condos. But they moved to Garden Grove soon after, and all was well. ...
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