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Best Food In Danok, Sadao And Padang Besa

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Wouldn't this be better off in the Southern Thailand Forum, as it's more specific to those actual places than any particular dish? This forum's probably better suited for questions regarding Southern Thai food in general.

Just a thought.

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moved to southern forum, hopefully more answers from the local residents?

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Nothing special in these three towns that I know of..

...but if you cross over to Malaysia from Padang, 600 metres down the road, there is an Indian place ,(right side).

There is also a Malay place across the road from that.

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Danok is a sleazy, scruffy little town that can only boast a run-down KFC. That's your best bet in that place.

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After many nights spent in Danok best food was the breakfast in Olivers hotel for western food, or the stalls selling the fried chicken. not been for 3 years so a run down KFC would be a big plus. Great duty free inbetween the border posts, and the sleaze makes Pattaya tame.

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After many nights spent in Danok best food was the breakfast in Olivers hotel for western food, or the stalls selling the fried chicken. not been for 3 years so a run down KFC would be a big plus. Great duty free inbetween the border posts, and the sleaze makes Pattaya tame.

It's the worst place I've been to in Thailand, and I've been to a lot of places believe me. Pattaya isn't pleasant either but at least its not dingy. I did try to eat in one of the bigger hotels, as one of them had a western menu. The food was awful, went for some Thai food down the road which was no better either. Just one of those places I was glad to see the back of.

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Danok and Sungai Golok are just phuck stops for Malaysians hopping across the border, they're places to avoid, unless of course that's what you're looking for.

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Danok is a sleazy, scruffy little town that can only boast a run-down KFC. That's your best bet in that place.

Dannok's all upmarket nowadays ...

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Danok is a sleazy, scruffy little town that can only boast a run-down KFC. That's your best bet in that place.

Dannok's all upmarket nowadays ...

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Looking good, probably worth a visit, just to try out the Macs. Not much else theretongue.png

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Danok is a sleazy, scruffy little town that can only boast a run-down KFC. That's your best bet in that place.

Dannok's all upmarket nowadays ...

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Looking good, probably worth a visit, just to try out the Macs. Not much else theretongue.png

Dannok is becoming almost civilised ... Ronnie Mac's, KFC, Tops, Tesco Lotus, a quick game of golf at Black Forest G&CC and stock up at the Zon Duty Free before heading home. There are worse places to do a border run.

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Danok is a sleazy, scruffy little town that can only boast a run-down KFC. That's your best bet in that place.

Dannok's all upmarket nowadays ...

post-145960-0-98000300-1357749520_thumb.

Looking good, probably worth a visit, just to try out the Macs. Not much else theretongue.png

Dannok is becoming almost civilised ... Ronnie Mac's, KFC, Tops, Tesco Lotus, a quick game of golf at Black Forest G&CC and stock up at the Zon Duty Free before heading home. There are worse places to do a border run.

There cant be a better one, i dont understand why eveybody shoots off to Had Yai after driving past Danork. Some of the best value hotels in Thailand. Defniatly worth a few nigths stay again even though I dont have to do a bounce. 7-8 years ago was hard work getting farang food but now all looks sorted, Edited by marstons

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Pedang Besars best little local hole in the wall restaurant is run by my wife's sister and her muslim husband cracking food by golly they can cook.

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Are Danok and Sadao just different names for the town right at the border post?

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