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Ten Best Thai Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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8. Sushi Thai Fusion

"Sexy food for sexy people," is the motto at this Delray Beach place. And we have to say, we tend to agree -- we like it, so obviously. While it does adhere to the South Florida sushi Thai equation, the results are certainly worth an A. All the old reliables are present: green curry, Thai fried rice, sauteed garlic sauce, pad kee mao, tom yum kai. Each of which gushes with piquancy. And the spot offers an array of special fusion options, such as lightly deep fried whole snapper with your choice of chili sauce, basil, or mixed veggies. It even has a lobster lover section of the menu, with preparations ranging from curry to fried rice to pad Thai -- it's like sex on a plate.

7. Coco Asian Bistro

Set in the always busy Harbor Shops, just minutes away from Port Everglades, this glam Asian spot offers a wide range of fare, from traditional Thai to fusion to sushi. While it's all good, chef/owner Mike Ponluang hails from the land of Independence (a.k.a. Thailand) itself; so you know he can throw down with the best of them when it comes to his national cuisine. His pad Thai, curries, and traditional stir-fries, like chili paste cashew and basil sauce, are just as good as you'll find in a very authentic take-out joint. The only difference: here you'll find vibrant fare in sparkling, intimate digs.

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