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Sa'ing Thai is a great place to eat; maybe even worth a drive out to Rita Ranch

The only thing wrong with Sa'ing Thai is that it isn't in my neighborhood; it's not even anywhere near my neighborhood. If it were, I'd be a regular. But plenty of people on the far eastside are regulars. On both visits the…

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