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 Tom Kha Gai

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Tom Kha Gai Mon, 07/5/04 5:44 PM (permalink)
Otherwise known as Thai chicken/lemongrass/galanga/coconut soup. It's one of my favorite soups. Nearly every Thai restuarant serves it, and it's always good, but I recently had some as a snack in a new fast-food Thai chain I encountered near Moscone Center in San Francisco called Cha-Am. It was unusual because it was thicker with coconut milk than usual and sweeter--actually, as a snack it was near perfect though it might be a little too heavy (compared with most versions) as the opener to a meal. Still, YUM!
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