Classy Cafe Surin

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Four young English teachers employed locally...a small venue...a varied menu. No reservation required.

Spicy fries, cole slaw, "battered fish 'n chips", meat sauce lasagna , small salad, chicken curry with daal and 'home-made' (thick) pita bread.
Milk shakes, ice cream shakes, fruit smoothies, coffee concoctions.

Tasty and particularly enjoyed by Thais accompanying me.
 

Cent

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What fish? If you saw it in a link to the place and not from someone who has as yet eaten there... then how would one know? Go by and ask them maybe? :) 55555555
 
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I know I am going to regret asking this..............
But what was the fish?

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I don't know as it wasn't tasted by me. Supposedly according to a diner it was "dory"...can you tell from the pic ?
 

Yorky

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I don't know as it wasn't tasted by me. Supposedly according to a diner it was "dory"...can you tell from the pic ?

Sorry, I cannot. White fish is white fish to me, particularly when battered. Looks half decent though. Pity about the number of chips (10?)!
 

Yorky

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Ah the infamous Chinese restaurants of the 60's. Three bob for a three course "Businessman's lunch".
 

alanthebuilder

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Why oh why do the Thais always serve salad with fried fish and chips?
They are 4 farangs running this place Nick .
Maybe there Southern folk , never heard of mushy peas or and gravy .

DORY means Mekong cat fish they are almost giving it away for free in Macro .
It's less the crap , and should never be called Dory , Dory is a sea fish and very nice to .

Tha got nowt moist ?

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