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    that curry dish looks scrumptious.

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    Gonna be in Thailand in the next few days and was thinking about the first dish I'm gonna hit.

    I reckon I've settled on pad prik gaeng moo khai dao.

    Fuck me, I miss proper Thai food.

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    ^Aw, me too!! I like yellow curry, pad thai, and Massamum curry.

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    Larp Gai Yang with a side of som tam on the side. Medium to Hot Spice level and a cold Leo on the side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Northern Gaeng Hang Lay:
    "There is no way in a recipe to communicate what’s going on in here; a thick red chili paste marinate, that bursts in orange turmeric color, provides the perfect seen to the tender, almost falling apart, pork meat. If you like curries with the thickness and complexity of the Massaman Curry, you will enjoy this salty, sweet and sour dish."

    Man my wife makes this dish superbly. Probably my Favorite with fresh hot Khao Neuw to dip the sauce

    There are so many great dishes.

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    ^ Gaeng Hung Lay. One of my favaourite dishes that.

    A staple at any Northern wedding.

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    Living with a thai i get sick of too much thai food i'm starting to sprinkle rice on my corn flakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746 View Post
    Living with a thai i get sick of too much thai food i'm starting to sprinkle rice on my corn flakes.
    hell go whole native.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746 View Post
    Living with a thai i get sick of too much thai food i'm starting to sprinkle rice on my corn flakes.
    Im the same with lao food. I like most of it but get bored with it real quick. Gotta have a mixture of lao and western. Fortunately theres plenty variety here. Smashed a curry for lunch yesterday and might do jap tonight.

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    ooops! Made a wrong post, but another Thai food I can't live without would be humble Kao Soi Gai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    ooops! Made a wrong post, but another Thai food I can't live without would be humble Kao Soi Gai
    Which is very difficult to find. Where outside of Chaing Mai and Chaing Rai have you found a real version? Cyrille knows of one in BKK but I cant remember where he posted it. Kao soi, is almost not Thai in preparation.. So damn good. Its nice how you add all the condiments to get the "real thing".

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    Noodle House in Siam Square, ao.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BN1khizh...n-at=240551991

    I ate this dish there many, many times as I worked in Siam Square for 6 years.

    I've tried it at several places in CM, including somewhere supposedly famed for the dish, and it hasn't been anywhere near as good.

    There, I said it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Which is very difficult to find. Where outside of Chaing Mai and Chaing Rai have you found a real version? Cyrille knows of one in BKK but I cant remember where he posted it. Kao soi, is almost not Thai in preparation.. So damn good. Its nice how you add all the condiments to get the "real thing".
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/ร้...!4d100.6849598

    Not sure how to say the name but this was my go to place in Rangsit. It would be wise to make a reservation on the weekends as it gets busy. They are famous in the area for serving dishes that you can normally only get in Chiang Mai and other northern areas. I think a portion ran to 45 baht or so.

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