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Malai Thai is bigger than you would expect. Its one large dining room, traditionally decorated with Thai tapestries, is spacious and simple. The restaurant is never boisterous and the music is never loud, leaving a tranquil scene where having a conversation is not only plausible, but necessary. Many of the dishes aren't as thick in consistency as other restaurants, but for those who love their greens, plenty of vegetables adorn the meals. Like its neighbor across the intersection, Malai Thai offers large portions of food at low prices.
-- Excerpt from SF Station review by Tim Surette
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