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Thai 5 & Sushi


Little Five Points

$$$$Perfect For:Serious Take-Out OperationLunchCasual Weeknight DinnerWalk-Ins
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The long, bare hallway leading into Thai 5 in Little Five gives us post-apocalyptic deserted building vibes. But eventually the hall opens up into a brightly lit dining room. It's a fairly standard set up with heavy wood accents with beige tiled floors, a few plants, and wicker chairs (to-go orders are king here), but the tasty food adds more flair. It’s easy to confidently say this is the best sushi in L5P because it’s the only spot, but each of the rolls on the massive menu (get the Flaming Phoenix with spicy tuna) are all very solid. When we’d rather stay on dry land, the Thai entrees are equally as good with the panang curry packing a flavorful punch and the pad thai giving us a hefty wallop of peanut taste.

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