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  1. ThailandWine&Dine

    The Loaf Bakery [soi Lengkee]

    22nd June 2014 - There are a whole bunch of bakeries around town, not a lot to tell most apart. But at the soi Bukhao end of Soi Lengkee, not far from Oasis A Gogo, there's a great little place, The Loaf. Everything about it is good - a whole range of cakes and patisseries, as well as an extensive menu that covers pretty much everything from an English breakfast (ok not especially cheap at 239 baht, but quality), to pasta and pizzas, great sarnies, salads, Thai dishes. They also do daily specials through the low season. No exciting food pics sorry, just a latte and a half-eaten croissant, daughter couldn't wait, too hungry. It's clean and comfortable, with friendly staff. The location is ideal for LK Metro visitors. Great place, top tip for a quality snack in the soi Buakhao area. Find Loaf Bakery on our map - FB page Loaf Bakery & Cafe
  2. Pattaya Buffet - All You Can Eat Buffet August 19, 2016 Tequila Reef Restaurant located just 60 meters off Beach Road in Central Pattaya We are proud to announce our monthly "Freaky Friday Buffet" in Pattaya. The gorging of our mixture of American and Mexican food starts at 5:00 PM next Friday August 19, 2016 and ends around 10:00 PM. The buffet itself is only 345 baht or 595 baht per couple making it one of the better deals in town and a great chance to sample all the signature dishes of Tequila Reef all in one go. Tequila Reef's August 19, 2016 buffet includes: Our Famous Bar-B-Q Pork Ribs Monterey Chicken Build your Own Taco and Fajita Bar Quesadillas Chimichangas Mexican Refried Beans Mexican Rice Potato Salad Cole Slaw Mixed Green Salad Assorted Fruits All your favorite fixings Hope to see you all there this coming Friday! For you convenience we have included the schedule through the end of this year below. Be sure to invite your friends! Children over 5 are only 225 Baht Here's the promo for this month: Please make reservations and join our Facebook Event for this popular event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1736825593243064/ Here's the schedule for the remainder of 2016:
  3. The best Facebook food and restaurant discussion group in town! Daily updates, reviews and photos from Thailand's eateries and especially around Pattaya. Plenty of people aren't on Facebook of course, which is one of the reasons why started this forum on PA. Most of the reviews from the Facebook group will appear here too. We hope that you enjoy dining in Thailand and hopefully find great new places on the strength of the reviews below. But please do not blame us or the reviewer if a meal doesn't meet your expectations! We all have different tastes and preferences, and just as importantly, restaurants and staff do have off days If you're on Facebook, we hope you'll you join the WIne&Dine FB group directly and if you're around town, post some comments or even contribute a review now and then. It can be a lot easier to post to Facebook when on the move. The WIne&Dine admin shares some FB posts back to this forum, with the OP's permission. Please help us to grow by adding or inviting your friends on Facebook to the group! If you're not into reviewing and taking photos of food, but have somewhere to recommend that's not reviewed here as yet, let us know in the comments and one of the WineAndDine team will get there as soon as we can. Not many rules. We want to make Thailand Wine & Dine free of waffle and the kind of disputes that put people off contributing. Any arguments/bad language/off-topic stuff will just be deleted. There are plenty of places where people can flame to their hearts' content, but not here. We're sticking to reviews and civil discussions, anything else is impossible to moderate and just gets pointlessly messy. Let's keep this a quality forum with honest reviews. Thanks!
  4. I had been warned that Jose's Au Bon Coin would be hard to find, but I still drove past it twice in broad daylight. Hidden amongst the Pratumnak building sites with their inevitable attendant shanty towns populated by Khmer, Burmese and the occasional Isaan labourers, there it was - a faded blue hand-painted sign that wouldn't have been out of place in a mediaeval Provençal village. You walk in through an oasis of tropical greenery until you get to the restaurant, housed in a beautifully restored old Thai building, much of the carpentry done by Jose himself. Opening the door you are greeted by the unmistakable nutty aroma of browned butter, quickly followed by Jose, imposing in both girth and character. An Auvergnat, born amongst the moonscape-like volcanic peaks of the Puy de Dome department in the French Massif Central. After the meal we jokingly mentioned that we had heard mixed views about the restaurant and its creator. With a Gallic shrug came the retort "if zey are not appy we take zem by ze trouzair, et ouf .... " The dining area is a work of art in itself. Fascinating paintings and artefacts adorn walls and fill display cabinets, floor to ceiling windows add to the spacious and airy feel. And how rare is it to find a restaurant where you could fit an extra table between yourself and neighbouring diners. The kind of place designed to make you relax. And relax we did, firstly over Jose's preferred tipple, a kir, then progressively as each dish arrived, over a litre of very drinkable French pinot noir, followed by Calvados, Cognac(s)... We both started with half a dozen snails. They could have been carefully arranged in shells, but Jose preferred the dish to speak for itself; a bowl of half a dozen chunky and delicious snails minus shells swimming in garlic butter. We had salads to follow; I chose the endive (chicory) salad, just because this is such a typical and simple 'grandma's' dish around France. It was superb. The shavings of blue cheese - possibly bleu d'Auvergne? - together with the walnut, added the perfect finishing touch. While my dining partner went for the rib-eye, I chose the lamb gigot, nicely pink leg of lamb, with sauteed potatoes, decorated with a sprig of rosemary. It was so good that I had demolished most of the plateful before remembering to take a photo. I blame it on the fast vanishing litre of pinot noir. Loved the wording on the menu for the apple pie - "20 minutes wait". Clearly, microwaved frozen desserts are a big 'Non Non' chez Jose. And it was well worth the delay. The unmistakable aroma of nutmeg and cinnamon arrived almost before the plate. Topped with a scoop of apple sorbet, with the bottle of Calvados left on the table, so I could pour it on myself. Can't remember the last time I saw that, if ever. The rest of the evening was increasingly hazy, as snifters of Calvados were followed by several balloons of Cognac. I vaguely remember trying a variety of espressos that were not so impressive. But that aside it was a truly great night's wining and dining, with excellent French cooking at reasonable prices. Only the excessive alcohol consumption greatly inflated the bill to well over 6000 baht for the two of us. But no regrets, and Au Bon Coin is top of my list for a return visit. Great fun, and apologies for anything else I may have forgotten through Cognac-induced amnesia... I think there a couple of tasty amuse-bouche nibbles at some point, but as for what they were...
  5. ThailandWine&Dine

    Pig and Whistle [Jomtien]

    June 20th 2014 - Must have been a heavy night at Voodoo Jomtien ... was outside at 10.45 craving eggs benedict, but no sign of life. So breakfast at the Pig & Whistle in Jomtien, close to the main crossroads and lights on Thapphraya, just up from the beach. First visit. Immediate impression was that it's much more like a diner inside than a pub. But there's a first floor with pool table, maybe that's where the action is. I had the small breakfast, priced at 150 (not including tea or coffee at 35 baht). The large breakfast is 190. Small rasher of Wiltshire bacon, 2 eggs (nicely cooked), 1 sausage, lots of fried potatoes and even more baked beans. Glad I didn't opt for the big one. After a heavy night and England's unsurprising virtual exit from the WC (well what do you expect when they leave the best defence in the PL bar none at home), I might have been a bit scathing in reviews today... but the quality was fine, worth the few extra baht I reckon. Just wasn't too impressed by the atmosphere in the place, and the rather miserable waitress didn't help. Ok I'll forgive her, maybe she's an England fan... Find Pig and Whistle on our map - FB page The Pig & Whistle
  6. Tequila Reef Pattaya on Soi 7 in Pattaya just 60 meters off Beach Road will be holding it's monthly Freaky Friday buffet this coming Friday on May 16, 2014 starting at 5 PM. The buffet is only 435 Baht and includes all of Tequila Reef's signature Mexican and American dishes as well as a free frozen margarita or local beer/drink. Our Famous Bar-B-Q Pork Ribs Monterey Chicken Build your Own Taco and Fajita Bar Enchiladas Chimichangas Mexican Refried Beans Mexican Rice Potato Salad Cole Slaw Mixed Green Salad Assorted Fruits All your favorite fixings Here's the May 2014 Promo:
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