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I went to Ao-Nang the other night, and saw a 24 hour Bugger King. So I popped in for a burger, about 10pm, and got a take away. Much to my disappointment, when I tasted it I found it had been reheated in a microwave! So much for BK making fresh burgers at the 24 hour gaff!

Maybe you regulars in the area already knew this, but heads up for anyone else - make sure you check your food before leaving!

Any ideas where else in the area does a good burger?

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I went to Ao-Nang the other night, and saw a 24 hour Bugger King. So I popped in for a burger, about 10pm, and got a take away. Much to my disappointment, when I tasted it I found it had been reheated in a microwave! So much for BK making fresh burgers at the 24 hour gaff!

Maybe you regulars in the area already knew this, but heads up for anyone else - make sure you check your food before leaving!

Any ideas where else in the area does a good burger?

Try McDonalds..

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I went to Ao-Nang the other night, and saw a 24 hour Bugger King. So I popped in for a burger, about 10pm, and got a take away. Much to my disappointment, when I tasted it I found it had been reheated in a microwave! So much for BK making fresh burgers at the 24 hour gaff!

Maybe you regulars in the area already knew this, but heads up for anyone else - make sure you check your food before leaving!

Any ideas where else in the area does a good burger?

Please,if you want to eat garbage farang food,return to your own country,it's very difficult as it is to find good thai food in ao-nang due to all the over priced farang restauants. why do so many farangs come to thailand and then want to change things?

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Its not difficult to find good, cheap, local thai food in ao nang you muppett.

....and if you don't like the Farang restaurants in ao nang , no one is forcing you to stay.

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yeah, you definately looked in the wrong place for a good burger.

I don't know anywhere here that does a good burger. Pams english pub/bar is the best i know.

The "bar boy" of Ao Nang returns.......I have missed your in depth bar reports lately...... too much time on the golf course natty?

Hows that handicap coming on? :o

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Its not difficult to find good, cheap, local thai food in ao nang you muppett.

....and if you don't like the Farang restaurants in ao nang , no one is forcing you to stay.

sorry mate, but when i first came to ao-nang 22 years ago,there were no farang restaurant,but

i repeat again,now ao-nang only has high priced 2nd rate thai restauants, but plenty of garbage farang food catering mostly for the fatties.

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Its not difficult to find good, cheap, local thai food in ao nang you muppett.

....and if you don't like the Farang restaurants in ao nang , no one is forcing you to stay.

sorry mate, but when i first came to ao-nang 22 years ago,there were no farang restaurant,but

i repeat again,now ao-nang only has high priced 2nd rate thai restauants, but plenty of garbage farang food catering mostly for the fatties.

Actually I concur, simplistically, westerners decide to move here, introduce their cultures and habits and then seek to change the country they have moved to to suit thier own insecurities and inabilities to interact with the new lifestyle. Probably the guy who is near single figures probably means per hole!

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you're right i did make it up about my handicap, just to impress.

But there are some great thai restaurants in Ao Nang, and also there are some dreadful ones.

Ao Nang is now a tourist destination...what do you expect.

There are also plenty of westerners here that work, socialize and add to the thai community......

Here's one for you ...

If you could get rid of one thing in Ao Nang....what would it be???

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you're right i did make it up about my handicap, just to impress.

But there are some great thai restaurants in Ao Nang, and also there are some dreadful ones.

Ao Nang is now a tourist destination...what do you expect.

There are also plenty of westerners here that work, socialize and add to the thai community......

Here's one for you ...

If you could get rid of one thing in Ao Nang....what would it be???

easy matt, farangs who want to change ao-nang,into their own country,

here's one for you....

i came to thailand(ao-nang) for the weather,food,smiling happy people icon1.gif and to join in the thai way of life,at least as much as a farang can. somethings i do not like e.g driving on the roads,police,corruption, etc but these are not for me to change,that's for the thai's to do.

i left the uk ,fed up with it's yob culture,supporting a benifit system that seems to reward cheats and lastly having to listen to foreigners wanting to undermine the remaining english culture,so why would i try to change thailand.

matt, can you please tell me why did you come to live in thailand,and not remain in you'r own country icon14.gif

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you're right i did make it up about my handicap, just to impress.

But there are some great thai restaurants in Ao Nang, and also there are some dreadful ones.

Ao Nang is now a tourist destination...what do you expect.

There are also plenty of westerners here that work, socialize and add to the thai community......

Here's one for you ...

If you could get rid of one thing in Ao Nang....what would it be???

easy matt, farangs who want to change ao-nang,into their own country,

here's one for you....

i came to thailand(ao-nang) for the weather,food,smiling happy people icon1.gif and to join in the thai way of life,at least as much as a farang can. somethings i do not like e.g driving on the roads,police,corruption, etc but these are not for me to change,that's for the thai's to do.

i left the uk ,fed up with it's yob culture,supporting a benifit system that seems to reward cheats and lastly having to listen to foreigners wanting to undermine the remaining english culture,so why would i try to change thailand.

matt, can you please tell me why did you come to live in thailand,and not remain in you'r own country icon14.gif

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I went to Ao-Nang the other night, and saw a 24 hour Bugger King. So I popped in for a burger, about 10pm, and got a take away. Much to my disappointment, when I tasted it I found it had been reheated in a microwave! So much for BK making fresh burgers at the 24 hour gaff!

Maybe you regulars in the area already knew this, but heads up for anyone else - make sure you check your food before leaving!

Any ideas where else in the area does a good burger?

Please,if you want to eat garbage farang food,return to your own country,it's very difficult as it is to find good thai food in ao-nang due to all the over priced farang restauants. why do so many farangs come to thailand and then want to change things?

Wow nontabury, for a newbie you've got quite the chip on your shoulder huh?

"why do so many farangs come to thailand and then want to change things?"

So am I understanding that you believe the Mcdonalds and Burger Kings are established by farangs? Hmmmm..........I think if you were to investigate company ownership on those franchises you might be surprised.

Regarding the topic of farangs wanting to eat at BK, I got barbecued on this forum for saying just about the same thing, people's points were if they come here on vacation, they should be entitled to eat whatever they want. I agree with that. Although they miss out on good local cuisine by eating that fast food garbage they eat at home. But to each their own.

For Ao Nang cheap eats, next to the police booth at the beach is a Thai stand. I eat pad thai there, a whopper (get the double etendre?) of a plate for 30thb. Also, out front of the minimart next to RCA is a noodle soup cart guy, 35thb for nice geow teow.

OP, I apologize, I've never looked for a burger in Ao Nang.

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OP, try the Irish Rover I believe it is called. It Got a large sign out on the main strip, but its in the back up quite a steep hill, good food, good staff, and good live music from the times I have visited.

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