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August 14, 2014 3:57 PM

Restaurant review: Thai Lao offers up interesting takes on popular Lao dishes

In autumn of 2013, New York City was abuzz with talk of Khe-Yo, a new restaurant offering a glimpse into the world of Lao food. Its head chef, Soulayphet Schwader grew up in Wichita, immigrating with his family in the mid-1970s. In many interviews, Schwader waxed poetic about the large Lao population in town and the numerous great Lao restaurants Wichita provides.

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