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    Tsai Eatery

    ...on the Klong San side of the river next to the Guan Yu Chinese temple...excellent location on the river, cool breezes, shaded riverside tables, good service and tasty relatively inexpensive offerings: highly recommended for an afternoon with a pint or two of Heineken draft and some blueberry thing SD had...we both enjoyed the phad krapow talay with strawberry cheesecake and chocolate gelato for dessert. The river breezes made for a very comfortable afternoon...

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    Majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd

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    Looks good. As an aside, a question was asked in a FB group I'm a member of, namely recommendations for western style restaurants (but not bars) in the Kanchanaburi area. I gave one, and just received a message from the person:

    "Based on your recommendation I tried ME, I enjoyed it so much, I have been back 3 times in 2 weeks. So I just wanted to say Thankyou. Best wishes Sue"

    Always good to get feedback.

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    Throw an egg on top. Love Thai cuisine. (No sarcasm intended)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    I'm a member of, namely recommendations for western style restaurants (but not bars) in the Kanchanaburi area. I gave one
    ...perhaps you could share a review on TD...



























    ...in another thread?...

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    ...throwing caution to the wind during monsoon season, we stopped in for lunch again at this outdoor place: lunch by the river with 2 large Heinekens on a lazy afternoon...we had deep-fried lab moo, spicy salmon salad, battered calamari and fries and seafood green curry over seafood rice. Dessert was shared: 2 scoops of gelato and a mocha cake...very relaxing...


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    Deep fried moo larb is one of the best bar snacks I've ever had....thanks Tom!

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    Never tried it. What's wrong with just plain larb moo?

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    ^ It's not deep fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Deep fried moo larb is one of the best bar snacks I've ever had
    Yes indeedy.

    Think Loo did up a recipe thread about them. Absolulutly devine with an icy frosty swirly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Yes indeedy.

    Think Loo did up a recipe thread about them. Absolulutly devine with an icy frosty swirly.
    I see what you're both saying, but I offer moo/nua det diao into the discussion and reckon I've raised the bar even further when we're talking beer snacks.

    That jerky type one

    This one

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    I see what you're both saying, but I offer moo/nua det diao into the discussion and reckon I've raised the bar even further when we're talking beer snacks.

    That jerky type one
    Yep. Moo set diao. Or chicken tendons.

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    army and hal bonding over Thai food...whod a thunk it?

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    not sure why were arguing when you can have both for less than 3 quid a dish
    my kids love the deep (or not) fried larb

    good review Tom
    that curry looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    not sure why were arguing
    its TD

    Yep larb moo tord one of my favourites too especially when they serve it with fried basil leaves - top beer snack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    fried basil leaves
    ...also included, deep-fried kaffir lime leaves: tart and crunchy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    I see what you're both saying, but I offer moo/nua det diao into the discussion and reckon I've raised the bar even further when we're talking beer snacks.

    That jerky type one

    This one

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    Really easy to make in the airfryer

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    Joe, its been air dried for a nice hot afternoon, just after it was spiced. Then you see the nam cheen jao, the Isaan hot sauce that is just killer. Fried pork is not the same at all mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Joe, its been air dried for a nice hot afternoon, just after it was spiced. Then you see the nam cheen jao, the Isaan hot sauce that is just killer. Fried pork is not the same at all mate.
    The only thing I'd change would be the sauce, probably used sweet chilli as that isaan sauce is mostly nam pla.
    Piece of piss to make that dish.

    The only significant problem would be carving that carrot, if only there was fruit carving thread on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Really easy to make in the airfryer
    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Joe, its been air dried for a nice hot afternoon, just after it was spiced.
    He was in Thailand for 2 weeks of beers and shagging 20 years ago.




    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Piece of piss to make that dish.
    We've seen what you do to a steak that requires nothing more than a simple brushing of olive oil and 60 seconds a side in a red hot skillet, I'd leave Thai cuisine alone to be honest.

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    Didn't you do some of this det diao stuff once and post up some pics? Or am I imagining this?

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    ^ did it have sesame seeds, thyme and evoo

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    Don't be giving Joe any ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    He was in Thailand for 2 weeks of beers and shagging 20 years ago.






    We've seen what you do to a steak that requires nothing more than a simple brushing of olive oil and 60 seconds a side in a red hot skillet, I'd leave Thai cuisine alone to be honest.
    Its not fvcking rocket science is it!

    Chop up some strips of cheap gristle beef, cover in msg, chilli and salt then leave for the flies to shite on and flavour in 30oC heat all day.

    Then deep fry in oil and serve up with some rancid fish sauce and chilli dip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Its not fvcking rocket science is it!



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    talking about cooking




    Even your dog doesn't eat your food!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Its not fvcking rocket science is it!

    Chop up some strips of cheap gristle beef, cover in msg, chilli and salt then leave for the flies to shite on and flavour in 30oC heat all day.

    Then deep fry in oil and serve up with some rancid fish sauce and chilli dip.



    Robert's your fathers brother
    Your wife did a number on you in more ways than one. Pretty shitty post mate, and not even close. For pork det deo.



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