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Sunday, 15 June 2008



Very funny writing, ed...fied, sauced,dead fish sort of way... My conclusions: A) Papaya salad: 6 ; B) Whole fish, fry light...unless I am in that crunchy mode (which I admit I am in more often than not); C) Try curry and report back. My week is set!


One of my personal favorites for Thai in SD. Of course.. that's not saying much =P.

Curry is well done, very balanced.


Hooo! That fish looks so ono! Flakey is great, but sometimes crunchiness hits the spot.


I love it! Your comments about how you were disappointed in the lack of moist bits, and then turning around and talking about how you relished the crunchy bits had me rolling. I'd feel the same way.

So, if you came back, and they suddenly decided to ask customers if they wanted their fish fried hard or light, which would you choose?


Too funny! Your comments about being dissapointed in the lack of moist bits, and then turning around and talking about how you secretly liked it had me rolling. I'd have felt the same way.

So, if you went back and discovered that they were asking guests if they wanted hard or light fried fish, which would you choose?

ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, Cathy, give it a try. It's been so long since I've had a curry there, Clay, that I honestly don't remember them.

jan, nate, I would order it fried lightly (really I would). That was certainly what I was expecting, and I'm sure that's how the fish used to be fried, but crunchy is good too. It was certainly better in all ways than most french fries I've eaten in the last year.


I've walked by this place countless number of times and I've always been curious. Definitely want to try it out now.


wow, you guys dusted that fish pretty well though! I do enjoy it when a meal reduces me to tears of joy from either wasabi or chilies... great pix too!

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