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10 minutes ago, hackjam said:

 

They do now have those awful Perspex dividers on tables.

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If the divider can not be removed...I refuse to eat at any restaurant with a divider....This is just nonsense...  

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1 hour ago, redwood1 said:

If the divider can not be removed...I refuse to eat at any restaurant with a divider....This is just nonsense...  

totally agree, dividers between tables is ok but a divider between you and your company down the middle of a table has got to one of the stupidest things ever, ok some busy Thai restaurants might have single eaters sitting at the same table which I wouldn't argue against

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1 hour ago, hackjam said:

I find their menu basic.  

Yep. Standard British cafe style tucker, well presented. I'm on my way!

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2 hours ago, redwood1 said:

If the divider can not be removed...I refuse to eat at any restaurant with a divider....This is just nonsense...  

I have seen some customers remove the divider and sit and staff did nothing.. but that is likely to vary place to place. I had hoped this silliness would be resolved and tables for couples and family groups become available, or put together on request. 

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hello, i only want to eat at restaurants where the kitchen is open and cook can be seen.

I know only foodland and kiss where we can see the kitchen.

I think it should be a rule in 2020, i do not trust anyone about hygiene, especially now.

do you know any other restaurants with open kitchen ?

what i never found is indian restaurant with open kitchen and I am sure that it is because they have too much dirty things to hide...

any help ?

thank you.

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2 hours ago, samtab said:

hello, i only want to eat at restaurants where the kitchen is open and cook can be seen.

I know only foodland and kiss where we can see the kitchen.

I think it should be a rule in 2020, i do not trust anyone about hygiene, especially now.

do you know any other restaurants with open kitchen ?

what i never found is indian restaurant with open kitchen and I am sure that it is because they have too much dirty things to hide...

any help ?

thank you.

But you can't see if the cooks wash their hands after a toilet break.

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4 hours ago, domdom said:

Hello

Indian by nature (not far from Panpan on the opposite side of the road) has a kitchen only separated by glass from the restaurant.. you can see the cooks prepare your food, without getting smoke or smell..

I don t agree with your comment about "dirty" indians anyway.. and I lived 6 years in India.

Have a nice day

 

 

no thank you !

300 thb for a RAITA when 100 is already too much...

you don't agree about dirty indian restaurant ? just visit some of their kitchens as i already did and you will know what you are talking about...

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, champers said:

But you can't see if the cooks wash their hands after a toilet break.

 

in my opinion any staff from any restaurant or bar should wash hands publicly after going to toilet, or at least use gel in front of customers before going back to kitchen.

but of course we are living a world where most people accept that the correct things are not done properly, so i am hopeless actually !

 

 

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