Naga Thai's overcome an apparently cursed location with silken curries and loads of choices. Customers at this well-appointed Thai joint have their pick of sauces, starches and proteins, all designed for mixing and matching. While the sleek dining room and club music soundtrack attest to Naga's commitment to keeping up with its Victory Park neighbors, the menu's best dishes prove the restaurant's no superficial beauty: The tum tip chicken-and-shrimp fritters are an edible master class in fry, and the sweet chili sea bass is expertly crisped.
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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at 4:20 p.m. by Kristy Yang
Despite living down the street from the restaurant, I'd never ventured into Naga Thai. There are only a handful of Thai restaurants at which I will eat, and something about a Thai restaurant in Victory Park created images of high-pr...
N9NE tried it. Now they're no more. Nove Italiano tried it. Now they're no more. Now Naga Thai is trying it, opening a restaurant in the overpriced abyss known as Victory Park. Einstein once said that one definition of insanity is d...