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60 Pan Road
Bangkok Thailand






Savoury Thai cuisine in a casual modern chic urban setting. Wonderful service and fabulous food. This was recommended to me as a place where Thai people eat.

Published on 7/12/05

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Contributor: tawangdaeng [43] 8/16/10

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One of the nicest and best value Thai restaurants in the city, and still full every lunchtime with Thai customers. They had a branch too in Central World (now burnt down of course) and another in Central Rama III. I believe the Savory restaurant in Siam Paragon has been renamed Taling Pling. Try the ganglion soup - heavenly !

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Contributor: fsnyc [231] 7/12/05

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I have eaten here three times on different occasions for lunch and dinner. The food and service are consistently good. This is somewhat out of the way, near an Indian temple and off of the usual tourist route. It is always packed with well-dressed Thai people.

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