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    ...I like the branch in Central Embassy. A new menu with a number of tasty items: deep-fried crunchy squid and baby shrimp, soft-shell crab in a dimsum bun (<--the star!), cucumber in a sesame dressing, a hearty bowl of steamed salmon, rice and herbs and black sesame and salmon egg sushi. Accompanied by green tea and a 1/2 liter of Asahi draft. A very satisfying lunch at B1,250.

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    impressive value added to the cucumber ....
    http://thailandchatter.com/showthrea...ll=1#post45112

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mid View Post
      impressive value added to the cucumber ....
      The taste of the sesame oil dressing on crunchy cucumber added much more than the presentation...but I understand your confusion...

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      • #4
        Ippudo round 2:

        Tom Yum ramen fusion soup: delicious and satisfying...this is one fusion dish that works. Deep-fried crunchy baby shrimp: excellent with Asahi draft. Unagi and avocado sushi: interesting mix of textures and tastes...

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        • #5
          Nice, TC..
          Keep it up!!


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          • #6
            Originally posted by harrymsmarkle View Post
            Ippudo round 2:

            Tom Yum ramen fusion soup: delicious and satisfying...this is one fusion dish that works. Deep-fried crunchy baby shrimp: excellent with Asahi draft. Unagi and avocado sushi: interesting mix of textures and tastes...

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            Also known as Laksa.

            A lot of fine dining going on Harry, but this doesn't look like one of your greatest finds.
            I visited TC a few times as a guest but had to stop. It is a sickening place. - Aging One

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lamphun View Post
              Also known as Laksa.
              ...beg to differ: despite similarity of appearance, a number of different ingredients (including a pork-based broth) and definitely different taste...

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