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Cabot Square has a restaurant for nearly every taste, including those with a penchant for the orient, but if you can't make up your mind, the owners of Sri Nam have the answer – a casual ground-floor brasserie that dips its toes into the waters of Thailand, Vietnam, China and Singapore for a pick and mix selection of noodles, curries, steamed and stir-fried dishes. You could kick off with a bento box and miso soup, move on to barbecued spare ribs and top it off with sizzling Mongolian lamb. But for a tighter focus on the cooking, follow the sweeping staircase up to the smarter (and pricier) dining room, which concentrates on Thai classics: spicy tom yum soups, rich curries, pad thai and so on. There are no authentic desserts though – instead, you'll be offered tiramisu, chocolate brownie or New York cheesecake.