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Aratporn Ruangrat (left), chef at the Thai Harmony restaurant, with her daughter, Nui Ruangrat, owner, in the dining room of their restaurant in downtown Winston-Salem. (David Rolfe/Journal)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A mother-daughter team is behind the newest Thai restaurant in town, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

Thai Harmony is downtown at 102 West Third St., on the ground floor of the Liberty Plaza Building where Xia Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar used to be.

Owner Nui Ruangrat, 38, has redecorated the interior, which has indoor seating for about 130 people.

And she has a powerful force in the kitchen in the person of her mother, Aratporn Ruangrat, 65.

Nui Ruangrat moved here from her native Bangkok, Thailand, in 2001. She studied to be an MRI technician at Forsyth County Community College, but also worked at Thai restaurants around town.

Read full story: The Winston-Salem Journal

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