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Langbaan takes over Phuket Cafe Thursday-Sunday, and it's the move for a big night-out dinner when you want to spend a small fortune on Thai dishes you won’t find anywhere else. The ever-changing tasting menu ($125 per person) starts with a parade of sweet, spicy, and funky one-bite dishes before moving on to plates like gaeng luang, a soupy curry with king salmon and roe that wouldn’t be out of place at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Bangkok. Just know that there are only eight seatings per week, so reservations go fast.

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