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Chote Chitr Restaurant in Bangkok has closed

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Sad news - it seems that Chote Chitr restaurant in Bangkok (in operation by the same family for nearly 100 years) has permanently closed.

I passed by a few weeks ago and saw a sign in front in several different languages saying something to the effect of "Thank you all for your support."

The door was partially open and the dining room had been emptied of all the furniture.

I'm wondering if perhaps the owner became sick or passed away. I know they closed for a period of time last year due to illness in the family.

I will never forget their banana flower salad or panang curry :(

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