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AubWah Apr 6, 2012 08:19 AM

Favorites in the neighborhood please? Thanks hounds

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    megc Apr 6, 2012 01:41 PM

    Recently I've enjoyed food at Thailand's Center Point and Sripraphai (Thai), the sweets at Engeline's (Filipino), Sapori D'Ischia (Iscian/Italian), Woodside Cafe (Nepalese), Tito Rad's (Filipino), and Fresca La Crepe (French style crepes).

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      AubWah Apr 6, 2012 03:40 PM

      Cool thank you for the reply, I've always gone to Sripraphai but am going to try Center Point and Ayada in Elmhurst

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        squid kun Apr 7, 2012 02:35 AM

        More on Ayada and Thailand's Center Point:

        http://www.chow.com/digest/6970/a-new-thai-contender-in-elmhurst/ ... http://www.chow.com/digest/69576/jim-leff-finds-a-stunning-duck-panang-curry-in-elmhurst/ ... http://www.chow.com/digest/44198/meet-the-new-kid-in-thai-town/ ... http://www.chow.com/digest/61429/over...

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      diprey11 Apr 7, 2012 08:26 AM

      How about the Filipino duo, across the street from each other: Ihawan (for the best grill) and Renee's Kitchen (for traditional stews)

      1. Polecat Apr 7, 2012 09:22 AM

        I'll add El Rey Del Taco, a crawlspace in the back of a Mexican deli with an open kitchen. Tacos can be hit or miss but I had a really good, tender lengua there recently. It's right next door to I Am Thai, which is yet another decent Thai option in the area, good for fried noodle dishes and such.

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