I travel to Cincinnati on business once per year in early June, and my colleagues and I make a point to visit Teak Thai one evening. The walk to Mt. Adams from downtown is a bit long and you need good directions or GPS, but the food at Teak is worth it. A nice selection of Thai dishes along with an extensive sushi menu. The food is good enough to bring us back but probably not outstanding. The old house in which the restaurant is located is quaint with various levels. Service is usually quite good -- ask for Felicidad; she is a hoot.
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