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Best Ethnic Cuisine: Thai Orchid

Location: Moorhead

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Thai Orchid earned Best Ethnic Cuisine in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What do customers enjoy most about what you do? 

“They can choose from choices of tastes, ingredients and spiciness like cooking at home, while keeping the Thainess,” Marketing Director Anne Osa said.

How do you plan on defending your title next year? 

“Maintain consistency, always pay close attention to every detail, and thank our customers and community by returning/giving what we can,” Osa said.

What’s the most rewarding part of what you do? 

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“Hearing the noise of the restaurant’s door opening right after opening hour,” she said. “And when customers reply to my personal question about our food 'as good as always'.”

  • Second place: Leela Thai Cuisine
  • Third place: India Palace Super Casual Restaurant
  • Fourth place: ThaiKota
  • Fifth place: Sirirath Thai House

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