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I don't speak or read Thai language, but judging from the arrangement of the menu, "Tom Yum Gai" means Chicken Tom Yum, the "Tom Yum Kung" that stated Prawn Tom Yum in the description should be prawn tom yum. We only found prawns in the tom yum anyway.The Tom Yum soup is quite thick, in a good way. I always can't resist the combination of tom yum soup with prawn, as well as tom yum soup with rice.It is a good thing that it doesn't have a lot of leaves (which I think it is basil leaves) that dist
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I don't speak or read Thai language, but judging from the arrangement of the menu, "Tom Yum Gai" means Chicken Tom Yum, the "Tom Yum Kung" that stated Prawn Tom Yum in the description should be prawn tom yum. We only found prawns in the tom yum anyway.

The Tom Yum soup is quite thick, in a good way. I always can't resist the combination of tom yum soup with prawn, as well as tom yum soup with rice.

It is a good thing that it doesn't have a lot of leaves (which I think it is basil leaves) that disturbing you from finishing the delicious tom yum soup.

Well next time I'll try the seafood tom yum.
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