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Sunday, 15 May 2011



hi cathy - cool, another reason to have lunch or dinner in santee besides sab e lee! :)


I think we should put this place on our lunch list. Yes? Yes? The Yum Talay looks delicious. Then a tour around Santee?


The Yum Talay looks awesome - never heard of that before.

Have you ever tried their 5/5 spicy? I'm use to most thai places using 1-10 scale.

Nice post!


We have a pretty large Thai population in Santee, cc...even a Buddhist Temple.
It would be an easy drive for me, Carol. We have a lot going on here in addition to two Thai Restaurants. Mast Park, hiking trails, the Trolley and Mary's Donuts!
Yum Talay originated in Laos, Faye. Most of the dishes are more Laotian - and you can ask for "Lao Hot" I usually get no more than a 6/10 on that scale- I like to taste all the ingredients. 3/5 is the same, at least mathematically.

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