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Last updated 11/10/2006 at Noon



It may be difficult to find at first, but it’s worth the search. The Café de Thai, which opened in the spring of this year, is an airy restaurant with seafoam green walls and teak tables and chairs imported from Thailand. Several dramatic pieces of teak carvings also from Thailand adorn the walls, but the real treasure is the food. As artistically prepared and inventively flavored as the décor, the food is worth the drive to this Oceanside establishment on the corner of College Avenue and Oceanside Boulevard.

Vet Piyas, who is owner of the restaurant along with Preeda Bunyagidt, said t...



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