Amarin hides on a sidestreet between a bar (the Alibi) and an abandoned house, just south of the intersection of University Ave and Richmond. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but inside you are greeted warmly by a hostess in a beautiful traditional Thai costume. There are two dining rooms with small linen covered tables. The atmosphere is elegant, with beautiful Thai objects on the wall and soothing western background music. The huge menu is intimidating at first, but if you visit for lunch, Mon-Fri, there is a single page lunch menu toward the end that offers a wide choice of traditional Thai sauces with your choice of chicken, shrimp, scallops, beef or tofu. First, you are served a delicious bowl of clear broth. Next comes a large plate with your selection, accompanied by a mound of rice, a scrumptious small salad, a crispy egg roll and what looks like a won ton but has a savory squash mixture inside, and a small bowl of the best dipping sauce. If you have room for dessert, you're an over eater!!! Best of all, the bill plus tip are always under $20.
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