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Part of the crowded Thai restaurant scene in Hell's Kitchen, this spot manages to stand out with fresh vegetables and a wide-ranging menu full of creative twists on traditional Thai cuisine (duck pad thai!), as well as regional Thai specialties (khao mhok gai, for example) and old favorites (drunken noodles, pad see-ew).