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At Lawan, savor chef-owner Lawan Thongsri's fine curries, bracing tom yum goong and more.

Lawan Authentic Thai restaurant in Patchogue on Jan.
(Credit: Doug Young)

Lawan Authentic Thai restaurant in Patchogue on Jan. 11, 2013.

Chef and owner Lawan Thongsri looks at an
(Credit: Doug Young)

Chef and owner Lawan Thongsri looks at an order in the kitchen at Lawan Authentic Thai restaurant in Patchogue. (Jan. 11, 2013)

A rickshaw stands in the center of the
(Credit: Doug Young)

A rickshaw stands in the center of the dining room at Lawan in Patchogue. (Jan. 11, 2013)

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Peek Gai Yad Sai, a Thai appetizer of
(Credit: Doug Young)

Peek Gai Yad Sai, a Thai appetizer of boned chicken wings stuffed with ground chicken, clear noodles, mushrooms and herbs, is served at Lawan. (Jan. 11, 2013)

Nam Sod, a Thai dish of ground pork
(Credit: Doug Young)

Nam Sod, a Thai dish of ground pork minced with sliced ginger, red onion and peanuts is served at Lawan. (Jan. 11, 2013)

An appetizer of curry puffs filled with diced
(Credit: Doug Young)

An appetizer of curry puffs filled with diced potato, ground chicken, onion and curry served at Lawan. (Jan. 11, 2013)

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