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Langbaan

$$$$

1818 NW 23rd Place, Portland
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Some might miss Langbaan’s former spot hidden in another Thai restaurant’s backroom, but the new incarnation that takes over Phuket Cafe on weekend nights is more fun and makes for the perfect big night out dinner or special occasion. The themed tasting menu starts with a parade of sweet, spicy, and funky one-bite dishes then moves on to traditional Thai dishes like gaeng luang, a soupy curry, incorporating King salmon, roe, wood sorrel, and other local ingredients. Just know that there are only eight open slots per week so reservations go fast.

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