There are a few guarantees when you eat at Lung Yai Thai Tapas in Little Havana. The tiny diner space will be packed, the chef will yell at the staff, and the food is so good that you won’t care about the first two. They serve classic Northern Thai dishes like khao soi and palo moo (roasted pork in a sweet and savory broth over rice), along with Thai staples like pad thai and massaman curry. Every dish on the menu is $15 or less, meaning you can order a lot without doing too much damage.
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