Thai Swan in Orange Is Home Cooking Made Simple and Comfy

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 17, 2008
Just Like Mom's Thai Swan is home cooking made simple and comfy When you talk about any Thai restaurant in Orange County, the inevitable question will be asked: Is it as good as Thai Nakorn? Around these parts, Thai joints face the same scrutiny...
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