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    Special occasion. You and the missus.

    Which restaurant would you go to?

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    Western - Rib Room
    Indian - Rang Mahal
    Thai - Baan Klang Nam

    Cheers, TP

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    ^ No shitty rice allowed for a big day, so Thai or Indian aren't really options.

    Done a few steaks / Italians around Thong Lo in our time, so something similar I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Which restaurant would you go to?
    Depends upon budget.

    1. La Normandie at the Mandarin. Exceptional food and service (French)
    2. Tsu at JW Marriot (Japanese)
    3. New York Steakhouse (steak) also at the Marriot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    New York Steakhouse (steak) also at the Marriot.
    Very good.

    Neils Tavern also for steak is good.

    Restaurant | Neil's Tavern

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Which restaurant would you go to?
    Depends upon budget.

    1. La Normandie at the Mandarin. Exceptional food and service (French)
    2. Tsu at JW Marriot (Japanese)
    3. New York Steakhouse (steak) also at the Marriot.
    Budget not a concern. I'll look into 1 and 3.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    New York Steakhouse (steak) also at the Marriot.
    Very good.

    Neils Tavern also for steak is good.

    Restaurant | Neil's Tavern
    Ahh yes. Thanks again.

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    You'll see him coming in with his vouchers as you're leaving at 11pm.

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    I'd take her round to Luigi's place for a slap up feedio.

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    Hilton Riverside. Decent food, great views!

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    Carls Jnr.

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    I here they're hiring at MacDonalds she may also get free English classes and Smegs autograph off the Steam Cleaner.

    Myself I like the menu degustation at Normandie or Tapas in Soi 11 behind cheap Charlies

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    Have been there, assuming good weather, awesome, expensive, but awesome.

    Sirocco, State Building

    The rooftop restaurant Bangkok proudly calls its best | Sirocco

    Had a Jazz Singer at the head of the stairs.



    Also worth a look, though I've never been there.

    vertigo-and-moon-bar


    Out of the Budget? Consider a Chao Phraya Princess Dinner Cruise ... not as touristy as you may think.
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