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Your Favorite Thai Food

Discussion in 'Wining & Dining in Thailand' started by bird, 22 Jan 2011.

  1. crew

    crew Faber College Member

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    i like doughnuts.

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    Mati Well-Known Member

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    I love those freshly fried twists. Usually eat it on my way home on the bicycle. Easy mouthfuls...
     
  3. slamb

    slamb Active Member

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    Pad See yoo.

    Basically an omelette stuffed with lab & what you want; chilli is a must though.

    Not technically Thai but.....:smile2:
     
  4. Mr Pete

    Mr Pete Active Member

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    Pad Kra Pao. Eaten daily

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    Noodle Soup. Every weekend.

    Soooooo good!!

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  5. Tonyja

    Tonyja Well-Known Member

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    Is big noodles in 'gravy' with meat of choice and veg

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    I love k'pao moo grob..

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    Stamp Administrator Staff Member

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    Pad Kra Pao Moo. :)
     
  7. Harry Bean

    Harry Bean Mini driving wizard!

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    Pad see yoo is stir fried in soy sauce?
    The similar dish in "gravy" is rad-naa?????
     
  8. crew

    crew Faber College Member

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    correct. if the gravy is good, that dish is great. ironically, i think the best gravy has the consistency and appearance of snot.

    i also like phad sii yuu but it can get a bit too starchy and clumpy if the cook doesn't get it just right.
     
  9. ThaiJohn

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    Pad-Pak-Boong-Moo-Krob-Fai Daeng - crispy pork bits with morning glory stir fry. Usually has a bit of chiili with it. I can eat it almost every day if need be. Puk boong has to be my favourite thai vegetable e.g. puk boong fai dang. Barbeque prawns with a couple of dips and sticky rice from a sea food restaurant is nice. Dtom yum goong also a favourite.

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    Hoi Lai Phad Num Prik Phao/ Stir Fried Lala Clams with Thai Style Roasted Chili Paste Recipe is another good street food dish.

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    Brucey Bonus New Member

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    So many different dishes I am still lost for words. Tomorrow will be my second day here so it will be time to start to try all of this wonderful food
     
  11. Will18

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    som tum. som tum. som tum. som tum. som tum. Almost every day.
     
  12. gungchang

    gungchang Well-Known Member

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    Pretty much what ever my wife has plopped down in front of me.

    At work, penang curry and something or other tiem are my regulars.

    I ain't eating bugs.
     
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    Noodle soup preferably with sen bami. Khaosoi when I'm up north.
     
  14. gungchang

    gungchang Well-Known Member

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    I'm just recovering after a nasty bout of food poisoning. Right at the moment, I don't like Thai food.
     
  15. archlord

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    Larb moo, mai sai hom dang. :smile2:

    Also tom zabb.
     

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