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Achara Changtroraleke, one of the chefs at Sarin (Credit: Johnny Simon)

Achara Changtroraleke, one of the chefs at Sarin Thai in Greenvale, prepares a green papaya salad. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Sarin Thai in Greenvale

Sarin Thai in Greenvale is a spacious, formal spot where the tom yum soup hits all the right notes and a shredded papaya salad with peanuts highlights the four primary flavors of Thai cuisine.

At Sarin Thai restaurant in Greenvale, the bright,
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

At Sarin Thai restaurant in Greenvale, the bright, clean, dining room features tall ceilings and traditional Thai artwork. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Achara Changtroraleke, one of the chefs at Sarin
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Achara Changtroraleke, one of the chefs at Sarin Thai in Greenvale, prepares a green papaya salad. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Sarin Thai head chef Charlie Changtroraleke. (Jan. 6,
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Sarin Thai head chef Charlie Changtroraleke. (Jan. 6, 2012)

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Sarin Thai's crispy duck salad with mangoes, apples
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Sarin Thai's crispy duck salad with mangoes, apples and onion. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Sarin Thai

Sarin Thai, Greenvale: A spacious, formal spot where
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Sarin Thai, Greenvale: A spacious, formal spot where the tom yum soup hits all the right notes and a shredded papaya salad with peanuts highlights the four primary flavors of Thai cuisine. Also recommended: a ringing hot sea scallop red curry and spicy pad kee mao, noodles with shrimp.

Green curry with shrimp at Sarin Thai in
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Green curry with shrimp at Sarin Thai in Greenvale. (Jan. 6, 2012)

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