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    Best Indian in Thailand

    I can see people saying this review maybe a bit biased, but fok you, the food was free and damn good.

    So it was Gorkies birthday again, he is like 9 years old now, he was born into the world at less than a kilo, fok he was tiny, now he is a chubby kid so we hit Hat Sai Torng or Golden Beach as it is known by the few farangs that go there, foking suprised that nobody goes there from Pattaya but then again there aint much sex there.

    The husband is from Pakistan and expects his Indian food to taste damn good. his wife is a Thai muslim, you want Indian food from a restaurant that tastes like UK stuff then you got to travel a bit out of Pattaya and hit Hat Sai Torng

    Just have a look at this lot.

    Pattaya Restaurant Guide



    I didn't fok about, I went for a second lot.



    Even had some of the cake which is unusual for me.



    The toilet is quite nice.



    Hell, the looks okay to me.


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    DD ,

    about these obligatory toilet shots .....................

    enough

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    I was salivating by the fourth pic, then after that last pic I lost my lunch.

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    too true that food looks excellent ..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid
    about these obligatory toilet shots
    Yeah i apologise about that, from now on I will try to keep my flip flops out of the picture, damn, feet can be so ugly....

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    Is that wholemeal bread in the middle of the table?

    My wife thinks it's turkey.

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    ^

    nothing to do with the feet bloke ,

    the jump from cake to the pisser is just too big ..........................

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    If you want INDIAN, why would you want it to taste UK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    If you want INDIAN, why would you want it to taste UK?
    BG, UK Indian is some of the best on the planet. I lived there for a few years and probably ate it twice a week. I've spent a lot of time in India also, and can tell you the curries from the UK are the best anywhere.

    Not sure why that is, cause these guys all came from India too, I guess it just evolved.

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    It was wholemeal bread, now I aint saying this is the best restaurant in the world cos it was free, just that it is the best Indian Restaurant in the world cos of the curries, yes, you know my views cant be bought, and those of you that think my views can be bought go fok yourselves, my views wern't bought and i didn't sleep with her, anyway lets discuss something that is a bit important.

    So your downing that spicey as fok curry, snot dribbling down your nose as you bite into it, so okay you don't know them so you let them collect your snot filled tissues and napkins, but what if you know them and they are friends of yours, how should you deal with your snot filled tissues and napkins?

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    Boy there Dog, you are in rare form tonite,, 2nd or 3rd bottle??

    OK Chin. Must be because UK is cleaner and the veggies and meat not so contaminated..

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    So your downing that spicey as fok curry, snot dribbling down your nose as you bite into it, so okay you don't know them so you let them collect your snot filled tissues and napkins, but what if you know them and they are friends of yours, how should you deal with your snot filled tissues and napkins?
    sorry I spoke ,

    knew I would be ..........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    Boy there Dog, you are in rare form tonite,, 2nd or 3rd bottle??
    Coming from an alchoholic, first bottle actually although I think a lot of my posts will end up in the trash bin this evening

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    Well, I travelled months in India and the food is neither good nor safe.
    The only country where I was expecting to get sick when going there.
    But of course, if you get your Indian food outside India, it is ok.
    I like Tandoori Chicken...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Boy there Dog, you are in rare form tonite,, 2nd or 3rd bottle??

    OK Chin. Must be because UK is cleaner and the veggies and meat not so contaminated..
    This year I've been to India about 5 times. I was just there for a day only 2 weeks ago. Almost every extended trip I've had there where we go out with business partners to nice restaurants I have gotten sick. Earlier this year, I was bedridden from it for 24 hours. Now, I will only eat inside the 5 star hotel restaurants if at all possible.

    However, all this talk of Indian makes me hungry. Think I'll go to the fantastic Sunday brunch tomorrow at Tandoor inside the Holiday Inn Silom. Last time I was there they had Andaman Lobster curry - fab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinthee View Post
    I was salivating by the fourth pic, then after that last pic I lost my lunch.
    Yeah, whodafok puts mats under a urinal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post

    So your downing that spicey as fok curry, snot dribbling down your nose as you bite into it, so okay you don't know them so you let them collect your snot filled tissues and napkins, but what if you know them and they are friends of yours, how should you deal with your snot filled tissues and napkins?
    Bins under the table, like in the sit-down noodle joints, otherwise just put them in your missuses pocket.

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    UK Indian food is better because of better quality ingredients.
    Ever seen an Indian chicken? All leg and no breast. They're built for running.

    Back-packed in India for 6 months and worked there for 4 years. Never got sick, even eating street food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr View Post
    Back-packed in India for 6 months and worked there for 4 years. Never got sick, even eating street food.
    Well, I think the NASA needs you, you're a prime candidate to go to Mars...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
    DD ,

    about these obligatory toilet shots .....................

    enough

    Actually the pee shot is an endorsement after eating Indian food in Thailand.

    Most places will have you photographed dropping major wet turd runners after eating their vindaloo and such.

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    Looks great and I'm starving right now but mrs is in Bkk and I can't be bothered to throw something into the black bread.

    Is Hat Sai Tong within biking distance of Pattaya, and does the restaurant have a name or location?

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    Yeh, like where is it?
    Funny 'cus me and Mrs were saying about we've ate no Injun for a while.

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    It's quite simple really. The best Indian food on the planet is English and the best Indian food in Thailand was the buffet I cooked for a bunch of friends this evening.

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    Well tell us where you are then and when the next buffet starts, either that or gissa clue on the whereabouts of Hat Sai Tong...ended up last night with a catch 'n kill.

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    Hat Sai Torng is about 15kms from Pattaya heading towards Sattahip, before you get to The Ambassador Hotel you will see signs for the Pinnacle hotel, follow the road down, and about 100meters before the beach there are some shophouses on the right, it has 2 names for some reason, The Captains Restaurant, and Nyhaven, does Thai food, international food, and most importantly, Indian food, also if you go down to the beach there are a couple of nice bars and restaurants actually on the beach

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