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UPDATED: Hua Hin Food Festival 2019 to take place 30 Aug to 1 Sept


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Hungry? Hua Hin Food Festival promises a 66 foot long pizza!

 

 

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Star of the show at the upcoming Hua Hin Food Festival will be a 66 foot long pizza. 

 

Visitors to the festival will be able to sample the "longest pizza in Thailand".  

 

The festival is the fifth annual event and showcases both local delicacies and international cuisine. Chefs from some of the leading hotels in Hua Hin and Cha-Am will be in attendance as well as many vendors selling a wide variety of produce.

 

It is organised by the Prajuab Khiri Khan Tourism Authority, the municipal council, Hua Hin - Cha Am Chamber of Commerce and the Cha Am and Hua Hin Chefs' Association. 

 

The Hua Hin Food Festival 2019 will take place at the Queen's Park 19 Rai from 30 Aug to 1 Sept*

 

*This corrects an earlier report which said the food festival would take place 20-22 Sept

 

Source: Facebook

 

 
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On 7/31/2019 at 12:43 AM, webfact said:

It will run for three days from September 20 to 22nd at the Queen's Park 19 Rai.

Is that the pizza or the festival? Of course it could also refer to the people who eat it not being used to Thai peppers on their food.

'nuf sed.

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1 hour ago, White Christmas13 said:

mayo on pizza?

Sure. Have you never had a Thai market pizza complete with kernels of corn on it and topped with that weird sweet mayo-like stuff? They are absolutely terrible.  

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I wouldn't have any even if it was just 2 feet long

not that I have been trying all the pizza places but I have been to quite a few and never had good pizza in Thailand yet

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.......and topped with that weird sweet mayo-like stuff? 

 

.........(sound of retching) ....Why do they put this awful stuff in every sandwich sold. It's bad enough that it is 'mayo' but sweet?. Is this copied from the eating habits of our allies from across the mighty ocean?

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