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    by Rosey-K Updated Sep 27, 2010

    Once went inside this restaurant, we saw Thai decorated interior, but the waitresses are all in Vietnam costume. What strange right?

    Next we saw the menu, the food are not authentically thai cousine at all.

    It is actually chinese food!!!

    Since it was a Saturday evening, this restaurant is rather busy, but we are extremely disappointed as we are thinking of Thai food, but this restaurant only named in Thai specialists, but reality it serves chinese food and also taste absolutely chinese.

    Favorite Dish: I am afraid no particular fav. dish at all, as the dishes serve here is not tally with the name of the restaurant.

    It certainly taste chinese instead of Thais where there are famous for using herbs like lemon grass, sweet basil leaves, coconut milk, galangal, citroen leaves etc.

    We found none with their dishes!!

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  • by PWynneJ Written May 6, 2009

    Not in the most glamorous location, but it has opened recently, at the junction of Koningin Julianalaan and Mgr van Steelan in Voorburg. Right next to the No.2 Tram and No.23 Bus stop.

    Ever since it has opened it has been busy, and now I know why...

    The choice of food caters for all tastes, mild and strong dishes are served. fresh satay for starters. The red curry is very spicy, the kip massaman is mild and creamy. My girlfriend had scallops (coquelles) in soy sauce and they were divine.

    Favorite Dish: Kip Massaman

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Voorburg Transportation

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    by Beachsven Written May 25, 2009

    If you want to go to Scheveningen beach from Voorburg, it's very easy to get there by train (4 mins) and a ride on the metro (about 7 mins.). It's the best way cause it's very expensive to park around the beach.

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