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2 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

In the bottom photo on the sign on the lamppost, is that Thai or Hebrew written ?

hebrew. many israeli businesses around that area. also shabath house on chang klang a bit further up.

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3 hours ago, stephenterry said:

Whose insiduous investments now give them the control of many African countries.

...and anywhere else that will accept their sly deception!

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3 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

That is a Duke

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Naahhh this is the Duke thats better  to ,...

 

 

 

 

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Actually, if it is related to Fat Chow in Bali, the place is really good.  I think it is the same.  Asian not just Chinese.

Enlarge the menu in the photo the food looks decent.

Good Vietnamese sandwiches.

Dukes? The same is happening in Pattaya the western places with large portions are mostly going away.

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1 hour ago, Rotweiler said:

Dukes gone from downtown?  Oh my.   According to their website, the location is still open and functioning.  Guess their webmaster didn't get the memo

 

What about the other locations?  They going too?

Just called Dukes Promenada -- loud crowd noise, as they're now back to sitdown vice only carryout. No plan to close like their cousin on Chang Klan, the nice lady said. So, good American rib eyes and New York cut, for only 1400 baht (gag), still available.....

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5 hours ago, PatOngo said:

Aggressive Chinese expansionist program!

 

4 hours ago, stephenterry said:

Whose insiduous investments now give them the control of many African countries.

Hell's bells, its a bloody snack bar!

 

No wonder you lot see reds under the bed everywhere.

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Idiocy

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10 minutes ago, JimGant said:

Just called Dukes Promenada -- loud crowd noise, as they're now back to sitdown vice only carryout. No plan to close like their cousin on Chang Klan, the nice lady said. So, good American rib eyes and New York cut, for only 1400 baht (gag), still available.....

And carrot cake!

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3 minutes ago, Traubert said:

Hell's bells, its a bloody snack bar!

Famous Chinese saying...….."A thousand mile journey starts with a single step!"

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31 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

Famous Chinese saying...….."A thousand mile journey starts with a single step!"

Famous English saying. Dont talk rubbish.

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4 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

In the bottom photo on the sign on the lamppost, is that Thai or Hebrew written ?

 

It is Hebrew. It literally says Travel Centre Thailand, which in advertising terms means Tourist Information Centre/A place you can book tours, etc for Thailand. In Hebew it is המרכז למטייל תאילנד

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It's a real shame that no one, even a foreigner, understands the basics of good Chinese cuisine, street food included. All these dishes pictured are some "fusion" mess that retains none of the spirit or flavor of either source.

 

And only 195 baht for padthai goong? Wonderful. Sixty baht for "Garlic fried rice"? What a bargain. 

At least no Chinese will want to go eat there, that's a cinch. 

 

Spend one hour at the Shilin Night Market in Taipei and you'll know what I'm talking about. The first person to open a place serving these foods and dishes ought to not only get an award, but probably a fortune in customers. 

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Upstairs .

There is an open internal staircase and the furniture is the same upstairs and downstairs . 

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1 hour ago, CorpusChristie said:

Upstairs .

There is an open internal staircase and the furniture is the same upstairs and downstairs . 

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Where is that location?

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2 hours ago, Traubert said:

Famous English saying. Dont talk rubbish.

Rule Britannia! :thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, dingdongrb said:

Where is that location?

Above the previous located Dukes in the Night/Anusan market

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