Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXI, No. 26
 
Wednesday, July 4, 2007
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton



THE REAL THING: "We offer authentic Thai cuisine, the type of food you will find in Bangkok." Somm Bolsue, manager of Tom Yum Goong restaurant, is shown by a famous painting of the Ramayana saga, typical of art in Thailand.

Tom Yum Goong Restaurant Serves Authentic Thai Cuisine

Traditional, tempting, and tasty Thai cuisine is available at Tom Yum Goong Restaurant at 354 Nassau Street. Opened in December, it has become a popular spot for diners familiar with the savory pleasures of Thai cooking and also for those new to this dining experience.


EXPERIENCE & EXPERTISE: "All salons have a style. The things that I can offer are my style, and as we build a reputation, it develops a level of trust for your salon." Tim Bricker, owner with his wife, Kate Bricker, of B&B Hair Color Studio, is proud of the quality service and expertise his salon offers.

High Quality Color and Hair Cuts Are Focus of B&B Hair Color Studio

There is nothing like a new haircut and color that combine to create a style and look all your own. You walk out the door feeling like a million dollars. Refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to go!

That is the goal of B&B Hair Color Studio at 49 State Road. "I want to create a hair style that suits the woman," says Tim Bricker, owner with his wife Kate Bricker, of the salon. "A good hair cut can really give you a visual face lift."


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