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    I've been to all those thai places except the one in Cupertino. Yes, Osha 4tw. Although, sometimes the way is hella long.

    I would like to join you for a partner in crime for eating Lorrie
    Looks like we have similiar tastes

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    MMM, now I think I want Pad Thai.

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    Osha on Geary is great b/c they're open till the wee hours of the morning, although I hate when they run out of the fried chicken over fried rice plate.

    If you want Thai food like what you'll find in Bangkok, check out Ozone Thai on Polk. They've got a lot of dishes that are basically straight from the streets of Thailand (which is a good thing). Get the Thai beef boat noodles if you want something akin to Vietnamese pho, but richer and with more depth.
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    mmm I think my favorite Thai dish has to be the spicy beef salad ... the grilled beef is perfection!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bCaHnIaCnKa View Post
    and yes, haha .... it is my new goal in life to find great food at a great price for L4P members who can't afford SAWA every week

    but SAWA was ridiculously good ....

    which members are those? i certainly can't afford to eat there once a week

    my eating out lately has consisted of Lulu Petite (Ferry Bldg), Amber India, South Beach Cafe, and Shalimar - times are tough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    which members are those? i certainly can't afford to eat there once a week

    my eating out lately has consisted of Lulu Petite (Ferry Bldg), Amber India, South Beach Cafe, and Shalimar - times are tough!

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    haha Amber Indian CAN be bank depending on what you order, but I do recall that they had this fish curry dish I had there once and it was extremely good ... mmmm
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    find some shit like all these places by me.. i can never find anything

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    i just load up on the butter chicken - i am addicted to that stuff... i also like the farmer's cheese in spinach sauce (don't remember name.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijowysock View Post
    find some shit like all these places by me.. i can never find anything
    because Florida *really* sucks when it comes to restaurants - damn old people can't taste anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    because Florida *really* sucks when it comes to restaurants - damn old people can't taste anything.

    - chuck

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