Friday, August 26, 2011

Tom Yum Goong

I am finally posting something about last Saturday. It's already Friday! I can't believe it!!!

So on Saturday my darling and I've been to a Thai food restaurant called "Tom Yum Goong (トムヤムクン)" near home. I heard their Thai food is delicious, and it was TRUE!!! There were two Thai ladies in the kitchen and we were amazed by how fast they cook. hehe



Of course we ordered their popular menus♥

Paoh Peay Sod


Stir-Fried Shrimp and Broccoli (their special menu flavored with oyster sauce)


Pad Gapao Gai (Thai Basil Chicken)


Gaeng Keow Wan Gai (Green Curry with Chicken)


All foods were authentic and tasty! I think their Nampler (Fish Sauce) is different!

Since they are located too close, we postponed to visit there but we should have gone there sooner!!! We will definitely go back again!!!

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6 comments:

  1. i like Thai food too, but not to hot hahaha! there is a really good Thai restaurant in the city here, but pricey. could the Thai ladies speak any Japanese?

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  2. hi grub,

    the thai food i had wasn't pricey but if i compare to the food in thai, should be really expensive. yes. the ladies spoke japanese well :D they might have lived in japan for few years. they know the japanese manner and that stuff. they were nice!

    and for me, not hot, too!!!

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  3. Ochiiii how are you?? wow love the food! i'm just back from a 3 day trip in Germany! went to Düsseldorf and Köln. There are a lot of japanese people in Düsseldorf! also got a Japantown over there! so funny =D xx

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  4. i LOVE thai food... along with malaysian... singaporean... japanese... actually, i love all asian foods. haha! there is a small little family run malay restaurant close to home that is the fave of my husband and i. we always order tom yum goong soup, green curry, and eggplant with sambal sauce. . . now i'm craving it!!! :P

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  5. Hi Candy,

    I just realized you live in Europe! How nice you live close to Germany! Japantown sounds interesting!!!

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  6. Hi Kym,

    How nice you have such a nice restaurant close to your home. Sambal sauce is something new for me! I gotta try that out someday :D

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