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    Restaurant Guide and Your Bill

    by GracesTrips Updated Apr 19, 2014

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    In restaurants (not noodle shops or local cafes), 7% VAT is added to your bill. An additional service charge of around 10% is also added in places like hotels and more sophisticated restaurants. If your bill doesn't contain a service charge, then a tip of around 10% is appreciated if the service has met your expectations.

    The link below looks like a pretty good restaurant guide.

    It is illegal to smoke in an air-conditioned restaurant.

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    Duck Restauran: Flat White Noodles With Duck Meat

    by limkahwan Written Nov 15, 2012

    After searching around out side of the old city I manage to locate this family run Duck Meat Noodles. This is their signature dish. The soup comes with herbs and very clear soya sauce soup. The duck meat is odorless and soft, which usually you will find hard or springy. I returned for the second time to try the same dish which I love it. The best ever Duck Meat with noodles that I ever tried.

    Favorite Dish: Their main dish is the Duck Meat Noodles Bht 35 but they also do home made Tim Sum which I tried one bucket of Hak Kow which is also delicious. Unfortunately I have plan to return home if not I will go again to try more of their tim sum.

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    Thai Noodles: Simple and Delicious street Food

    by limkahwan Updated Nov 14, 2012

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    Anyone that love chinese soup then this is the stall you should love. I just happen to look around Bangkok China Town (Yawarat Road) for simple food. Lucky I found one that suit my taste. Simple Noodle Soup (Cantonese + Teochiew Style) I love it, and I go back for more on my way back home. The soup is very clear, noodles are fine & springy, they add in dried deep fried small fish, or deep fried fish ball and other boil meat. Bht 40 for a small bowl.

    Favorite Dish: Just simple Noodles Soup.

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    Sunrise Taco's: Mexican... Beans??

    by DrunkenTraveller Written Apr 22, 2012

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    I have never tried authentic Mexican food until i spotted Sunrise Tacos at Terminal 21 Mall on Sukhumvit road. The Ambience was nice even though it was in the middle of a food hall. We spotted a mexican Chef so guessed this is as authentic as it can get!

    We loved the food.. The cheesy, meaty flavours with a hint of rice. We ordered San Miguel beer to accompany the slightly spicy and flavourful meal. I didnt know that beans were such a big part of mexican cuisine though.. me and my friends didnt particularly enjoy that much since it accompanied almost every dish! But the sauces were good enough to camouflage the taste of the beans!

    Favorite Dish: Nachos with cold Sour Cream

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    Cabbages & Condoms: Eat and Support A Good Cause

    by MN_Girl Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Great Thai food, with a great atmosphere. The food is yummy and it's an all around fun place with both indoor and outdoor seating.

    Best of all the profits go to support PDA (the non-profit Population & Community Development Association).

    Who can beat a slogan of "making condoms as easy to find as cabbages"!!!!

    Favorite Dish: Green Curry!!!

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    Mango Tree: Incredible Thai food in Bangkok

    by lennywoods Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Great ambience with live music for a few hours. Excellent and thorough menu, friendly staff, and right next to the night market.
    I've been three times over the two trips I've taken to Thailand and never been disappointed.
    Make sure you either reserve or come early/late. The wait can be upwards of 30 mins - 1hour at times.

    Favorite Dish: masamman curry - a sort of sweet curry from northern Thailand, influenced by the Indian trade routes and spices years ago.

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    Cabbages and Condoms: There's a condom on my table!!!

    by lennywoods Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Very innovative Thai cuisine can be found at this unique restaurant tucked away off of the main Sukhumvit Road.
    Briefly, the restaurant was founded with charity in mind to bring birth control and condom usage to mainstream society in Thailand. The gift shop even sells t-shirts stating, 'Cabbages and Condoms, Our food is guaranteed not to cause pregnancy.'

    Aside from the uniqueness of the restaurant, the food is incredible, one of the highest recommeded establishments in the city and the atmosphere is very very romantic and relaxing. Also, the cost is relatively cheap compared to other city favorites.

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    Cabbages and Condoms: Whats in a Name?

    by squidchip Updated Apr 4, 2011

    This restaurant with 5 locations over Thailand has some good food. Mostly traditional Thai dishes served at pretty reasonable prices. The theme is quite funny with condoms being offered like breath mints after the meal.
    2 in Chaing Rai, Buriram, Bangkok, & Khorat.

    Favorite Dish: sam lee dad deao
    Deep fried fish served with mango on the side.

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    Ban Thai Guesthouse: Everything you like, they have it

    by chrisvandenbroucke Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Enormous choice on the menu

    Drinks: all kinds of shakes (Cocoa, Coffee - 15 baht), Chang (55 baht), teas (10 baht)

    Lunch: Thai soup, Indian Rice Beef (with or without tofu) - average prices but plenty of food and very good
    Recommended

    Give my regards to Ronny

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    Brew Pavilion: Zany Cross Cultural Fun

    by loutzenhiser Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    For a truly interesting experience, visit the gigantic Brew Pavilion in Bangkok. It is the Thai version of a German beer hall, with live entertainment (no Oom-Pah here though - Thai Pop Music comes with your beer), great on-site brewed beer and reasonably good German food and great Thai food.

    This is not the tourist spot you might think. The first time I went there with Thai friends, I was the only non-asian person in the 3000+ seat hall. Mostly the crowd is young hip Asians out with their friends.

    Another added bonus of Brew Pavilion - men get a little massage from an ancient bathroom attendant while they pee

    Favorite Dish: The beer is the real winner here, almost as good as a traditional German lager. The pork-shank is delicious and very traditional. The salmon sashimi is always a winner. They of course have the standard giant Thai menu with 300+ items, most all of which is reasonably good.

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    Ambassador Hotel: Great Buffet

    by squidchip Updated Apr 4, 2011

    The buffet inside the Ambassador Hotel is great if you are hungry and on a budget. For around $6 US you can have all you can eat. Fish, sushi, breads, noodles, rice, appetizers, all sorts of meat and desserts. The buffet seems to change a bet day to day but there is always good stuff to be had. The buffet seems to be offered only for lunch. 11am-2 in the cafe

    Favorite Dish: Everything

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    Koh Lanta Pizza: Pizza In Bangkok

    by YaaDong Updated Nov 3, 2010

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    If you are looking for a decent pizza head to Lanta Pizza in O-Bangkok Guesthouse Soi. Rambuttri near Khaosan Road. Bangkok. Baked in a Charcoal Oven all fresh ingredients; more toppings; more cheeses; make for a pizza that smells good and is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside (thin crust style) Also available Special Pasta, Salads, Steak, Sandwich & Breakfas The quality of the pizzas is excellent The bases are not too thick and they don't hold back on the topping especially the cheese. The restaurant itself is nothing special, with only a handful of tables, but if you are hanging around Khaosan then this is one of the better places to eat in the area, and it does not get too crowded.
    The pizzas cost around 200 baht

    Favorite Dish: Pizza,salads

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    Baja Tacos, Hua Hin: Another good Tex-Mex

    by tigertribal Updated Oct 6, 2010

    Great tacos & burritos etc. Just tick the boxes on the menu for what you want & it will be served very quickly.

    I'm sorry, I did not get why the owners dog had its claws painted?

    Located in the heart of the Night Market, left hand side heading towards the railway line.

    Recommended.

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    Monsoon Restaurant, Hua Hin: Good Vietnamese

    by tigertribal Updated Oct 6, 2010

    Tasty Vietnamese & Thai cuisine, including a daily set menu.

    The restaurant is in a 2 story colonial-style building, which has an open-air dining room & garden terrace. The only criticism I would have is that if you get a table that is on the balcony over-looking the main strret, there is a lack of light to read the menu & see what you are eating.

    Located on Naretdamri Road?

    Recommended.

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    Mini Farm Kitchen, Hua Hin: Superb Thai Restaurant

    by tigertribal Written Oct 5, 2010

    We had the best Chicken Satay we have ever had at this lovely restaurant. The Spring rolls & curries were also excellent. The staff were very friendly & attentive.

    Located at the end of Soi 88, just over the railway lines. We walked it from the Sofitel Hotel which is a fair distance away & there are no street lights on the long stretch. You could always take a tuk-tuk.

    Highly recommended.

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