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Lotus Neo Thai
Lotus Neo Thai Review
Like the proverbial tortoise, Buenos Aires's first Thai restaurant has kept a slow, steady pace and outlasted all other Southeast Asian comers, while at the same time moving locations one by one to its most recent incarnation in the city's Chinatown on the north side. Huge glowing flowers dominate the decor, and there's perhaps a bit too much incense filling the air. While by international standards the food here won't amaze anyone, in a city with few Thai options it's a change of pace, primarily for expats missing the cuisine or locals looking to try something different. The options are fresh and tasty, particularly the curries, though if you want any heat, don't forget to tell them you really do want it picante. Portions can be a bit skimpy, given the prices, though there are lunch prix-fixe options that are more wallet friendly.
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