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Your Top 5 Cusine, if you had to choose.

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Indian

Chinese

British

Moroccan

Black Pudding

regards Worgeordie

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steaks in Argentina

shrimps in LoS (if properly cooked, which is VERY rare)

BBQued lamb

clam chowder

shells and clams from here and there if cooked as they should be cooked

(salmon in various presentations & pickled herring)

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1. Greek. It has some common with italian cuisine. I really like its variations from vegetables, olive oil, fish, cheese and herbs.


2. Italian. It's associated with pizza and pasta. But in reality, italian food is highly variable.


3. Spanish. One word - tapas wub.png


4. Lebanese. It contains a lot of vegetable dishes, arabic bread, fish and seafood and little animal protein.


5. Thai. I like it spices and sauses. Tastes combination is amazing.


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Cajun

West African

Yemini

Persian

West Indian

Thai

Indian

Greek

Polish

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US BBQ (Oakland, CA), soul food, grandma's southern cookin', cornbread, etc

Japanese nabes, soba, soups & stews (no 'teppanyaki')

regional chinese

'english' indian

california mexican

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Similar to Mich28

1/ Greek

2/ Indian

3/ Spanish

4/ Thai

5/ Lebanese

Living in Pattaya, not too many of good places for most of my favorites, except for Thai.

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These are my favorites. 

 

  • Chinese rice with soup and garlic.

 

  • Italian creme pizza.

 

  • Thai  spice fish.

 

  • Mongolian beef.

 

  • Spanish.

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Not really in any particular order, but

 

English !!!! (as opposed to Scottish or Welsh dishes)

Indian,

Italian

Thai

Brazilian.

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In no particular order.

 

American.

British.

Italian.

Australian.

 

Thats only 4, nothing else makes the list.

 

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  • Greek
  • Indian
  • French
  • Lebanese 
  • Thai (all of it, from Isaan to Lanna)

 

Close runner ups : Italian, Japanese, Chinese. Actually I love all foods, can't really tell after the top 5 which one is a close runner up :sleepy:

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