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    Krua D&G is opening soon...

    After many years of planning and arguing, Kru D&G is opening soon. Will it survive or fold? Stayed tuned for the details on how to build and hopefully maintain an eating establishment.


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    awesome, best of luck and I really like these, as it goes, threads!

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    GOOD LUCK!

    Where will it be located?

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    Best of luck Hillbilly
    You can book us in for a few nights when you open!
    D&G ?? Is this Dolce & Gabbana or Dave & Gladys
    Wouldn't mind the as builts of your water feature - looks great

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    HB you big tease, when can we expect the thread to start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillbilly
    Kru D&G is opening soon
    the name suggests a school not a restaurant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by klongmaster
    the name suggests a school not a restaurant...
    His first restaurant so it's a learning experience

    Good luck with the venue Mr&Mrs Hillbilly!

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    Actually, I should have writen Krua. It's Thai for kitchen.

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    well spill the beans Hilly, you little tease,

    where? what? and how much?

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    I love the water feature, are those railway sleepers, if so, where can you buy these in Thailand. i am in Buriram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaicoon
    love the water feature, are those railway sleepers, if so, where can you buy these in Thailand. i am in Buriram

    Made from concrete

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    Actually they are the real McCoy, made out of wood. Having lived in Thailand for over 10 years this is the first time I have been able to get my hands on any. In all honesty it really wasn't me who found them, but a local big wig.

    In the past I have seen piles of them, but was always told, NO.

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    Burmese teak railway sleepers are in big demand through much of Asia, they make furniture out of them. No doubt a dwindling resource.

    Anyhow, if the ambience of the restaurant matches that delightful shot HB- and the D & G resort- you deserve every success. I'll certainly stay tuned.

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