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Phuket Restaurant: Thailand Street Food in Your "Paris van Java" City

We are always a big fan of Thai food, but we rarely ate them in Bandung. Pad Thai, Pineapple Fried Rice, Fried Chicken wrapped in Banana Leaves. What's not to like?

The question arise is: Why then we rarely ate them in Bandung?

Drawing from conclusion based on our past eating experience, there are two major distinguished reasons: The first is related with budget. Usually Thai restaurant in Bandung cost quite a fortune. So, when we ate there usually it is on a special occasion. The second reason is more on our palate. Having been to Bangkok several times in the last five years, we have grown accustomed with their flavor, and sometimes it is difficult to find the authentic one similar with what we are having in Thailand.

Anyway, since we heard that a new Thai restaurant is open close to our Yoga training place, we decided to give it a try, especially when we sees their tag which include the word: Thailand Street Food.
In our perception, Thailand Street Food is more on snacks such as grilled sausage, fried meatballs etc. So when we visited the place we are quite a bit surprise to find that the restaurant serves not just their street food, but also their main dish. 

Hmmm... Interesting.

The menu is quite complete, consist of meat, vegetables, snacks, and even seafood. Since we are hungry after hard Yoga exercise, this is a perfect cover for us to order quite a lot of food here ^_^.

We started with snack: Battered Potato Fries, then food main dish we ordered Saute Kang Kong with Shrimp Paste, Pad Thai and Fried Chicken with Sesame Seed. For our beverages we ordered KratingDaeng (Red Bull) with Lychee and Iced Tea.

Their foods tasted OK, and more over one of their plus points is that they cooked their foods without MSG. Nice touch, considering that Asian cuisine sometimes relies on the use of MSG.

After a while our friend Ramala came to join us, and we ordered another round of food consisted of Seafood Pad Thai and Mango Salad. We add another round of beverages consisted of Iced Green Thai Tea with Milk and Iced Green Tea Float.

Good food. Good friend. Good chat. What's not to like here?


Phuket Authentic Thai Street Food
Jl. Veteran No. 43 Bandung
Phone: 022-4209268

Note: For review in Bahasa, you can come and visit our Friend, Pasha blog here. Enjoy! 

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Chicken Pad Thai
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Iced Tea Thailand Style
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KratingDaeng (Red Bull) with Lychee
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The Interior
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The Founders
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Hungry Face ^_^
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They have several branches in Java Island
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The Menu
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Iced Green Tea Float
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Seafood Pad Thai
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Infamous Mango Salad
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Iced Green Thai Tea
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Chili Condiments with Level of Spicyness
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Battered Potato Fries
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Fried Chicken with Sesame
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Sauteed Kang Kong with Shrimp Paste


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