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Nais Cuisine Restaurant Review: This pioneering little storefront in the 'burbs was one of the first in the area to offer French cuisine with Thai accents. Since 1985, fans from the western suburbs and surrounding areas have been gravitating here, BYO bottles of wine in hand, and enjoying the well-prepared and presented food. Rooms are spare and neat, with paneled walls and votive candles on the tables, and the staff is most solicitous. Have an imaginative salad, and any of the entrées, especially the rack of lamb with honey-mustard sauce and the ultra-rich black lobster ravioli appetizer. Shrimp with ginger and lamb curry are two of the most Thai-influenced options. Desserts are refined, especially the crème brûlée and triple chocolate mousse.