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Lotus Neo Thai information
Buenos Aires’ little Chinatown is the barrio to be in when you feel like trading your steak knife for a pair of palitos (chopsticks). Style-conscious types opt to dine at contemporary eateries like Lotus Neo Thai , a Las Cañitas institution that recently made the move to Barrio Chino. Kick back with the heady, mint-infused house cocktail at this blissful Thai eatery where painted lotus flowers climb the walls and guests recline on floor cushions. The duck curry and pad thai, when requested, pack heat.