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You have plenty of great options on this stretch of Kantstraße, but look out for the spot with a big photo of a smiling woman in sunglasses (the beloved late owner) above the door: that’s Thai-Art. Folks regularly fill this place for classics like pad see ew, pad thai, and tom yum soup. And while there are only about 10 tables inside, getting one never seems to be a big issue, even on weekdays at lunchtime. Two rules for your visit: bring cash and heed the sign by the door that says “please taste food before seasoning!” They’ll give you some chili condiments if you want to spice up your dish, but more likely than not, it’s perfect as-is.

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