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Thai Table will open next year in Maplewood

October 26th 03:10pm, 2017

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Downtown Maplewood will soon have its first Thai restaurant, Thai Table, which is scheduled to open in January 2018 at 7403 Manchester Road.

Co-owner Somying Fox, who also co-owns Basil Spice Thai Cuisine on South Grand Avenue and The Blue Pearl on Cherokee Street, is opening the restaurant with Natthinee Hughes, who will also serve as executive chef.

Fox said the Thai Table menu would be centered on dishes from northeastern Thailand, where Hughes is originally from.

“There will be stronger flavors for people who like spicy foods,” Fox said. “It’s going to be different [from Basil Spice]. It will be upscale, and the food will be more authentic.”

The space, which most recently was an art studio, will have approximately 49 seats and serve beer, wine and sake.

Fox said she’s looking forward to joining the Maplewood restaurant community.

“We’re excited to be here,” she said. “We look forward to bringing more variety and options to Maplewood. It’s also close to the city and easy to commute to our other locations. We’ve gotten a lot of good feedback from our neighbors here.”

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Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine. 

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