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Thursday, 16 October 2008

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Carol

Sometimes proximity and convenience rule over authenticity! Well, at least that appeals to the laziness in me. :-) The Chicken Larb looks good.

sawyer

spring rolls and wraps look good. chicken bowl too. great pictures as always. i don't think i've ever had chicken larb. i've only had larb once or twice, but I don't remember anything about it. I'll have to try it out next time I go for some thai, but it's always so hard because I want to order the pad thai or pad see ew. maybe i'll get both =)

Cathy

Hey, Carol. It is very good quality food for a good price here. There are just not as many things that appear 'adventurous' here as at some other places. There is a reason to stop and try it.
I have cravings for larb in the summer, Sawyer...it is listed as an appetizer here and usually under "salads" at other Thai places. If you can get beef or pork larb, it is even nicer. The blend of flavors is just perfect for me. Did you notice the photos on the Chopstix Too post? Different camera...has 3G in the name... :)

Kirk

Hi Cathy - Greetings from Vientiane...we just had laap for lunch......

cathy

Oh man, and the proper way of the larb being called...You are really there and I am *so* envious...and hungry!

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