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Post by mac1966 » June 17, 2016, 1:27 pm

Had lunch yesterday at central plaza food court and must give a special mention to the sticky rice and mango stall. Probably the best I have ever tasted.

I didn't get photos of the dish but took some snaps of the stall. Will get some photos next time.

Thanks central plaza food court.

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Post by Nigglyb » June 18, 2016, 12:03 am

+1 for the mango sticky rice
I quite like all the food in there. It's great for a little break while Mrs N is giving the credit card a hammering :D Just need to avoid the seats near the game centre
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Post by Pooclover » June 18, 2016, 8:21 am

Nigglyb wrote:+1 for the mango sticky rice
I quite like all the food in there. It's great for a little break while Mrs N is giving the credit card a hammering :D Just need to avoid the seats near the game centre
Are you mad…? :shock: It’s a well-documented fact that the part of the brain that processes financial matters is under developed in Thai Woman. They cannot seem to understand that a credit card is not free money and someone (that will be you) has to pay it back. Take this “Old hands” advice and extract the credit card from her possession.

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Post by wazza » June 18, 2016, 1:08 pm

130 baht cheaper than Swampy , and you only get 1/2 a mango at that

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Post by Brian Davis » June 18, 2016, 1:21 pm

In for the chicken steak myself at 69 baht - a good portion and tasty that even my near-5 year old wants some. Got to agree that the Food Court is pretty good as these coupon places go. Can get overloaded and, yes, the noise from the games centre is a pain.

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Post by Nigglyb » June 18, 2016, 1:42 pm

Pooclover wrote:Are you mad…? :shock: It’s a well-documented fact that the part of the brain that processes financial matters is under developed in Thai Woman. They cannot seem to understand that a credit card is not free money and someone (that will be you) has to pay it back. Take this “Old hands” advice and extract the credit card from her possession.
I must be in the minority them as Mrs N works & pays her own credit card bills
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The only bit she can't seem to get to grips with is loading the money on those coupon cards at food courts........she always insists on a card each for everyone with us & cashing in when we leave. I can't see the point of this until we know a return is unlikely. Keeping a card with a bit of cash loaded seems a good idea to me as its there for next time
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Post by skinner » June 18, 2016, 2:03 pm

When living in BKK, I sometimes used the foodcourt at my local Tesco as it was just round the corner. A very busy place and always had a queue at the coupon booth. It was great when they introduced the cards as they last 6 months from putting money on them. Queues disappeared immediately.

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Post by semperfiguy » June 18, 2016, 7:57 pm

Nigglyb wrote:
Pooclover wrote:Are you mad…? :shock: It’s a well-documented fact that the part of the brain that processes financial matters is under developed in Thai Woman. They cannot seem to understand that a credit card is not free money and someone (that will be you) has to pay it back. Take this “Old hands” advice and extract the credit card from her possession.
I must be in the minority them as Mrs N works & pays her own credit card bills
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The only bit she can't seem to get to grips with is loading the money on those coupon cards at food courts........she always insists on a card each for everyone with us & cashing in when we leave. I can't see the point of this until we know a return is unlikely. Keeping a card with a bit of cash loaded seems a good idea to me as its there for next time
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Nigglyb, better check the expiration date on the back of those coupon cards. I remember some time back at the food court in Big-C, they shortened the expiry period and I neglected to read the back of the car and I lost a goodly sum.
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Post by Nigglyb » June 18, 2016, 8:26 pm

semperfiguy wrote:Nigglyb, better check the expiration date on the back of those coupon cards. I remember some time back at the food court in Big-C, they shortened the expiry period and I neglected to read the back of the car and I lost a goodly sum.
D'ya know what? I've never even noticed an expiration date. I sort of assumed there must be one, but never looked. Thanks for the heads upImage
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Post by hippo » June 19, 2016, 12:00 pm

Central Plaza Food Court it is much better than overrated farang restaurants in that area


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Re: Central Plaza Food Court

Post by mac1966 » June 20, 2016, 10:05 am

Haven't really seen any farang food in the food court but did have the pad thai which is also very good. The stall is at the far end of the food court on the left.

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Post by semperfiguy » June 20, 2016, 1:01 pm

mac1966 wrote:Haven't really seen any farang food in the food court but did have the pad thai which is also very good. The stall is at the far end of the food court on the left.

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They shut the pad thai place down a few months back for washing the floor mop in the same sink where they rinse the woks between dishes. I'm pretty sure there's a new vendor there now selling other products.
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Re: Central Plaza Food Court

Post by mac1966 » June 21, 2016, 2:36 pm

semperfiguy wrote:
mac1966 wrote:Haven't really seen any farang food in the food court but did have the pad thai which is also very good. The stall is at the far end of the food court on the left.

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They shut the pad thai place down a few months back for washing the floor mop in the same sink where they rinse the woks between dishes. I'm pretty sure there's a new vendor there now selling other products.
The mrs tells me it's still there. It's a great shame if it has closed as they did a nice pad thai.

Will have to revisit again

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Re: Central Plaza Food Court

Post by mac1966 » June 22, 2016, 2:47 pm

Pad thai stall still here today.

But had the mango and sticky rice again.

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Re: Central Plaza Food Court

Post by mac1966 » June 26, 2016, 11:42 am

Mango from the other dayImage

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