Look By Plant Love House is a Thai spot in Prospect Heights with a long menu of things that are good for sharing. Start with the papaya salad tray, which is the size of a manhole cover and includes Isan sausage and wings. Then, move on to the khao kha moo (five spice pork knuckle), boat noodle soup, khao soi, and pork and crab noodles. There’s also a large backyard that’s a great place to hang out anytime it’s warmer than 50 degrees.
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