Choa Praya, Montreal

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  • Choa Praya: as good as it gets

    by jonpower23 Written Oct 12, 2007

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    this was a great experience! the food, ambience and friendliness of all the staff are to be commended! The food is extremely authentic and unusual to find outside Thailand.Don't miss the crab claws. We were so impressed we visited twice in 4 days!!

    Favorite Dish: the crab claws were as good as we've eaten

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    Choa Praya: Choa Praya

    by s_odyssey Updated Nov 6, 2006

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    I enjoy the fact that you can choose the degree of spiciness for your food. They offer a large menu and every item is a tasty treat. I have been to a few Thai restaurants in Montreal and once we had a taste of Chao Praya, our options narrowed down to one!

    Do reserve - it does get full, even on a weekday!

    Favorite Dish: From the spicy chicken salad, to the seafood served on the hotplate, bring many friends and family so you can have a chance to taste it all.

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    Chao Praya: Thai cuisine at it's best

    by Gwenvar Updated Jan 16, 2006

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    Named after Thailand's famous river, this is a restaurant that will make your palate journey through an array of flavours. Not only one of the best Thai restaurants in Montreal (which has many), but it is also a delight for the eye as well. Here, you can take your time to taste your food, as it is an evening out, of it's own. Set near one of Montreal's nicest neighbourhoods, Outremont.
    It is a veggie friendly restaurant.
    Perhaps you can make some reservations, since there are many Montrealers who appreciate this restaurant.

    These same owners also have a Thai vegetarian restaurant called Chu Chai at 4088 St-Denis street. I have read from a very good source that it is as good and beautiful as Chao Praya.

    Favorite Dish: If I can remember correctly, there is a soup made of fish, Basil leaves and coconut milk that I find is out of this World! But really everything is simply delicious and of high quality, here.

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    Chao Praya, Thai restaurant

    by Pierre_Rouss Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Chao Praya, Thai restaurant
    One of the top Thai restaurant in Montreal

    Favorite Dish: I love Thai food, anything with curry, green or red, coconut milk, lemon grass, ginger, peanut, good meat of seafood pleases me.

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