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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Yeah. Come on Headworx. Wheres this caff?
    Sports Lounge Pattaya. There's a map on their FB page which you'll need the first time 'cause it's hidden, but you've probably been within 100 yards of it 100 times. Good honest food there, Mrs Worx rates their Thai dishes as well.

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    ...^no doubt the raw veggies will be served on the side...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    the raw veggies will be served on the side
    You need glasses? The veggies are on top of the nachos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    no doubt the raw veggies will be served on the side...
    Shoved a jalapeno up the main mrs nose to see what would happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post



    Takeaway, heh?
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    Only the best.


    I definitely know where I'd stick my jalapeno with that bottom one.

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    Bargaintastic at 130baht

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Sports Lounge Pattaya. There's a map on their FB page which you'll need the first time 'cause it's hidden, but you've probably been within 100 yards of it 100 times. Good honest food there, Mrs Worx rates their Thai dishes as well.

    I thought I recognised the placemats. Pretty decent place and very good prices. It is literally just over the wall from one of the places I work at.

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    ^ Hans on massage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    I thought I recognised the placemats. Pretty decent place and very good prices.
    Yes indeed. If you're a fan of spaghetti meatballs, that's one of their specials one day each week and is ridiculously good value @ 149 Baht for a monster plate full. One of the tastiest carb-fixes in town, will post a pic next time I order it! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Originally Posted by Dillinger
    In Punty's world it's more a case of Avant Garde photography.

    If you were in the same food court at the time, you'd notice a pasty skinned, shiny bald headed fella pulling a tripod
    out of his cargo shorts, mounting it to a Galaxy s7 phone, tinkering with its camera settings, whilst his sister stands behind
    him with her cardigan over both their heads and her phones torch aimed at the noodles.


    Dill, you're a cunny funt.

    I can visualise that role-play above.
    Yeah Dil is a funny Coont. I too can see that all unfolding. Take 6 pictures of noodle soup to make sure the lighting is perfect, then eat..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Its always the Americans on here who gripe about baked beans but they come from America dont they?
    Funny, I can't stand baked beans. However I LOVE me some Chili beans. I have entered cook offs myself back in the states and done pretty well. Here they simply do not exist. Occasionally I find a can of Hormel and will add some ingredients to make them a bit better.

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    Thai Pork Stew offering up a wonderful aroma.
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    Yemeni dinner

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    Looking good Puntski bud.


    Did you ever go to one of the Beirut restaurants in BKK. Beirut is the full name. Red and white design. There's one in Silom and one on Suk.

    Delicious shawarmas that are something like 70 or 80 baht.

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    Went to Archie in Wong Wian Yai today...recommended. A superb collection of imported beers, wood fired oven and grill specializing in burgers, pizza and Italian dishes.



    The marinara on the pasta was a bit spicy for the wife, but I loved it. One dish they should add is the marinara on garlic bread with mozz and fresh basil. The burger was cooked to perfection and was nice and juicy. The pizza is incredibly good.
    The price range is medium to high, though I thought the burger at 235B was a great deal.
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    ^ Looks damn fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    ^ Looks damn fine!
    Thanks, it was....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post








    Yemeni dinner
    But you have to place a flattened cardboard box on the road and sit on it to eat in order for it to be a truly authentic Yemeni eating experience. SP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    But you have to place a flattened cardboard box on the road and sit on it to eat in order for it to be a truly authentic Yemeni eating experience. SP.
    INdeed - and be bombed by a saud owned plane, dropping a british made bomb, directed by UK forward observation folks and aftermath assessed by The Merkins Peace parade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post








    Yemeni dinner
    Rice looks great... I find Jasmine rice to be too sticky and clumpy (I'm not talking about Glutinous rice). I prefer the grains to be seperate. Not sure that the Aloominumm foil stuff is though.

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    It's clearly basmati rice though? If you like non clumpy rice, you will love low GI basmati rice.

    Foil? Sweet potato judging by the shape.

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