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Businiess name:  Mae Phim Thai Restaurant
Review by:  Lorraine G.
Review content: 
I just discovered Mae Phim today and I have to says its some of the better Thai around. First of all, its cheap- $5.50 for most entrées,you really can't beat that price. Second, its quick and fresh. I tried the token pad Thai- somewhat laking in the peanut department, but lots of white meat chicken and crispy tofu. The noodles were perfectly cooked. Another diner was eating the soup, which I had originally been contemplating and it looked fantastic. Full of flavor, however my two star spice could of been a bit spicier, but spice level always varies depending on the place. This is one of the "undiscovered" places that I am sure the regulars want to keep it that way. My friend who used to work in the area says its packed at lunch. I wish it was closer to Queen Anne... then it surely would become my take out place for those nights I lack the inertia to cook.

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