My Bangkok restaurant list

Nov 30th, 2005, 08:00 PM
  #21  
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I'll put Mahanaga on my list. I don't do much shopping and rarely am in the large shopping centers. More to the point we rarely eat big lunches.
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Nov 30th, 2005, 08:23 PM
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Gloria, I tend to eat either lunch or dinner, rarely do I have both, so I understand what you are saying.

Mahanaga calls itself Thai fusion, but the dishes we had were more Thai than fusion. The setting and costumes of the staff contribute to the lovely atmosphere.

Both Mahanaga and Face will go on my list for next year...
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Dec 1st, 2005, 04:14 AM
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Ok-- here's my new list for 8 dinners:
1. Face (thai section)
2. China House (at least once and maybe twice)
3. Pen (not the hotel but the one Johnny Apple wrote about)
4. Lord Jim
5. Bed Supper Club
6. Sala Rim Terrace (not the show but the outdoor ala carte restaurant) or China House for a second time
7. Tongue Thai
8. Mahanaga
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Dec 1st, 2005, 07:10 AM
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for lunch one day how about the loft in central chitlom on the 7th floor...food is fresh and your friend could choose any type that she fancied...a unique experience....maybe you have been there??

skytrain stops there...take ratt....
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Dec 1st, 2005, 07:33 AM
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I spend very little time in any of the shopping areas because we don't shop. We also don't eat lunch very often and if we do we don't plan it -- just go someplace near where we are for something light. But if for some reason we're in the area I'll keep it in mind. I usually carry around a list of restaurants for various areas but we rarely eat there -- exception will be the JT restaurant at the house which I liked enormously in part because of its relaxed, lovely atmosphere.

Now the one thing that could change our eating plans is if we are invited to any coctail parties at the Oriental, If we are we will probably eat a big lunch that day and skip dinner or have a light dinner since they have lovely food at the party. Won;t know that until I get there.
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