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Sunday, 28 June 2009

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Dennis

Thanks for sharing Ed, I need to check this place out. Had a bad Vietnamese/Thai lunch today.. :(

Masa Assassin

Hi Ed, Thats funny about the Red Curry I have been in that position before when I eat a dish before I start snapping ha-ha. You wouldnt know by my blog but Thai/Lao food is one of my favorites, thanks for sharing.

nhbilly

Offal yum - live on the other hand just kills all the flavor I guess since it does most of the toxic filtering ;-)

ed (from Yuma)

Dennis - definitely worth a try. Also Asia Cafe is good for nem khao and yum asia, if you haven't been there.

This is far from the first time, MA, that I've done this. Sometimes friends even say, "doncha wanta take a picture?"

I'm funny about liver, billy, as I said, I crave liverwurst sometimes, but sliced plain liver not so much.

foodhoe

ooh organ delite! That fish dish really sounded good.

Mscinda

Hi Ed - I tried Sang Dao after looking on yelp for a Lao restaurant in San Diego. I didn't worry about the neighborhood, just the parking lot. I don't like overcrowded, small parking lots.

I ordered 3 dishes for carryout and the best one was a whole, deep fried frish. It was perfectly cooked. I ordered the drunken noodles and didn't care for it. It was my first time trying drunken noodles. I guess I was expecting something more like pad thai.

I will have to try the tum maak thua (the long bean salad) next time. It looks good.

ed (from Yuma)

The fish dish was pretty good, fh, though I'm not sure if it was more Thai or Lao.

Glad you liked the fish, Mscinda. I haven't explored the menu much, so I don't know what noodle dishes they do best.

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