| March 28, 2002 | 4:00am
Q: I'm a big Thai fan. I know you love Thai Bistro, but where else can I get top Thai food?
A: I do have a fondness for the superb Thai fare at Thai Bistro (5924 South Kipling Street, Littleton, 720-981-7600), but I also love to Thai one on at the more provincial-style Taste of Thailand (504 East Hampden Avenue, Englewood, 303-762-9112). Other favorites: the upscale Busara (1435 Market Street, 303-893-2884), Wild Ginger (399 West Littleton Boulevard, Littleton, 303-794-1115) and Thai in Cherry Creek (3000 East Third Avenue, 303-333-8182). And although all three are very different, you can't go wrong at the trio of Tuk Tuk Thai eateries, which includes the fast-food-style Tuk Tuk Thai Wraps (605 Grant Street, 720-917-1111), the very casual Tuk Tuk Thai Grill (218 Union Boulevard, Lakewood, 303-716-9999) and the slightly more upscale Tuk Tuk Thai Bistro (10667 Westminster Boulevard, Westminster, 303-404-9894).
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