Flavors of Southeast Asia increasingly gain favor with U.S. consumers
Editor's Note: A previous version of this story has been updated to include the correct location of Arrows restaurant, which is Ogunquit, Maine. The cuisines of Southeast Asia have been popular for decades in ethnic enclaves and casual independent restaurants in the United States. Vietnamese shops specializing in the noodle soup pho or bánh mì sandwiches have long dotted suburban strip malls and major urban centers. Thai restaurants have served as a slightly more ...
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