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Simply Thai (Tiāntài cāntīng)
Simply Thai (Tiāntài cāntīng) Review
Unpretentious Thai fare at moderate prices has earned this restaurant a loyal expat clientele. Customers flock to the tree-shaded patio to savor such favorites as green and red curries (on the spicy side) and stir-fried rice noodles with chicken (for tamer tastes). The appetizers are all first-rate, especially the crispy spring rolls and samosas. The wine list includes a few bottles under Y200, a rarity in Shanghai. The branch in Xintiandi is a bit noisier, but features the same great food and prices.
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