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Everyday Thai is the only Missouri company on the Top 100 Places to Eat report.
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Everyday Thai is the only Missouri company on the Top 100 Places to Eat report.

Springfield restaurant makes Yelp top 100 list

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A year-old Springfield restaurant made Yelp’s 2019 Top 100 Places to Eat list.

Everyday Thai, which operates at 2926 S. Campbell Ave. in the Imperial Plaza shopping center, ranked 98th on the list. It currently has a nearly five-star average — out of a possible five stars — via 83 reviews on its Yelp profile. Of its reviews, 73 are five stars, five are four stars, three are three stars, one is a two-star ranking and one is a one star.

To rank the restaurants on its 2019 list, Yelp considered the rating and volume of reviews, accounting for the overall volume of reviews in the area, according to a post this week by Public Relations Manager Brenae Leary. Yelp’s website indicates restaurants may not pay to alter their review scores.

Everyday Thai is the only Missouri restaurant on the list. The leading eatery is Bend, Oregon-based Bangers & Brews, followed by Tender Smokehouse in Celina, Texas, Ciao! Pizza & Pasta in Chelsea, Massachusetts, Gyromania in Santa Clarita, California, and Broken Mouth in Los Angeles.

The No. 98-ranked restaurant on the list opened in early 2018 after husband and wife duo Steven and Thip Shutts moved to Springfield after operating Mobile Thai Kitchen in St. Robert for more than two years, Springfield Business Journal previously reported.

Other Thai restaurants in Springfield listed on Yelp are Rama Thai, with four and a half stars; The Wheelhouse, four and a half stars; Thai Express, four stars; Tasia, four stars; Tong’s Thai Restaurant, four stars; and Thai Basil, three stars.

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