Over the past decade, Mexico City has become increasingly international when it comes to restaurants - you can now find everything from excellent ramen to a great tortilla Española across the city, and this Thai spot is another example. You’ll see familiar noodle dishes on the menu, but the standouts here are the “platos fuertes” or entrees, like the gai yang (barbecue marinated chicken) and nuer nam man hoi (salted beef with veggies and oysters). If you’re looking for serious heat, make sure to try the chu chee, a red curry that’s so spicy that you might as well order two of their mezcal cocktails as soon as you sit down. They also have an extremely photogenic outdoor terrace that’s ideal for parties, or just cooling down after dinner.

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Where To Eat & Stay In Mexico City

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