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Tuesday, 19 November 2013



I've been here once and thought the food was alright. But I haven't re visted for some time and a few of your dishes look really good. The Ka Na Moo Krob - is that the lunch portion you ordered?


Hey hey hey...stop it...stop it...At least you have Thai food ;-)
I'm still searching.
The pictures looks good.


Bummer about the Nam Khao Tod! I remember when this place was Curry House.


Hi Faye - No it was the regular portion. And for $9 it ain't bad.

LOL Billy! I hope you find a place.

Hi CC - Yeah, I don't think SD was ready for a Japanese Curry shop, plus the price point was kind of high for corporate/chain Japanese Curry.


Yeah the two colorful dishes and that last dish look and sound really good! Funny that it brings back memories about a hospital food court, I don't usually equate hospital food with comfort...


Hi FH - Even the hospital food courts serve good food in Thailand! Funny, huh?


I don't know about the authenticity since I am not as knowledgeable about thai food, but I had the Massaman Kai Roti and it was delicious. I wanted to lick the bowl.... :)
My hubby always orders the same thing at every thai place, Pad Thai. He enjoyed it.


Well the main thing is that you enjoy it Julie. For me, I'm not a big fan of the word "authentic".....I do enjoy flavors that are true to the style of food, with good cooking technique, is prepared well, and with good taste, texture, and fragrance. Because it matters to me....

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