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Little Italian Restaurant (Sponsor)

Posted: November 4, 2009, 10:37 am
by lee
Little Italian Restaurant
Home made Pasta, Cakes and Ice cream.

- Pasta, Cake and Ice cream, home made. For Italian, French, English.
- Mobile. 084-685-0337
- Website links. http://www.littleitalianrestaurant.net
- Facebook.com/little.italian.restaurant
- E-mail : littleitalianrestaurant@hotmail.com
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Little Italian restaurant Udon Thani
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Little Italian restaurant Map

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 4, 2009, 2:31 pm
by rct
Hours before the above map was posted by Lee, I wrote a member review under pizza and pasta in town after my first visit yesterday. We really liked the food, the price, and the owner, and will go back often. Though sure hope they will improve the decor, which was almost reason for my wife (me too) to veto our entering, she was only convinced of our returning in the future after the food came. It is hard to find while driving, so park the car somewhere close to Mono Place and walk back.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 4, 2009, 4:19 pm
by jorg
This explains why I couldn't find this restaurant before, on the other map (in the Pizza and Pasta topic) it is on a different location (same street, different corner). Will check it out soon.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 5, 2009, 11:50 am
by alby
this map has shows Little italian restaurant in Soi Tha han 2 but that soi is called Thongkhamuthit or soi Grateui

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 5, 2009, 2:30 pm
by rjj04
Had some ice cream and cappuccino there today... very nice. Hospitable owner, nice chat. Hard to find, drove past it slowly three times and finally spotted it.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 6, 2009, 8:32 pm
by pauludon
today i went again and had some nice carbonara,it was busy but i didn't wait long.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 8, 2009, 5:56 pm
by l.italianrestaurant
Here is our menu

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Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 1:06 pm
by ting_tong
do you guys mean soi katoy (katoey) as in soi ladyboy?

a name given from the old days of the US military presence........as its all students there now.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 1:29 pm
by BKKSTAN
Well ,I see 3 places listed on the above map.none of which are the resturant! :?

Nice italian menu ,but no prices,hmmm!

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 1:56 pm
by jorg
The sign off the fork and knife is where the restaurant is (on or nearby a corner), it is in the street with the local name "Soi Katoy" (with a 7-11 on the corner). But indeed it is hard to find, because it don't really look like a restaurant. Don't know what the real name of the street is, Google gives it another name than the map from Udonmap.

BTW, I can see the prices now, but couldn't see them before, has something to do with the scaling of the image.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 2:37 pm
by laphanphon
looks like it's right around the corner from old 'nong's', prices, is see them, unless updated :lol: :lol:

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 2:43 pm
by BobHelm
Nice menu. Good variety at very fair prices.
I will certainly be trying it out in the near future... :D

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 2:58 pm
by johnty.
Second time ive put post for little italian,dont know if done correctly 1st time. To get to restaurant,pass Aek on your left side(heading into city),turn left at next lights go down to mono place,just after turn right and go for about 100 yards,its on your right(big blue blind outside obscuring your view)nice food,only 4 tables,good prices and the owner Alberto seems like a nice man........Johnty.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 3:07 pm
by TJ
The mixed salad on the menu reminds me of the Chef Salad which I have yet to find in Thailand. My favorite would have strips of cheese and ham. They have cheese for the omelet, but I don't see any item that has ham or similar. Hold the carrots and throw in a few olives and slivers of onion. Sprinkle in some grated parmason, salt and pepper.

I acquired my love for Chef Salads at my favorite Italian restaurant in Germany. It's easy to assemble in the U.S. as all ingrediants are available at most groceries. Most ingrediants are usually in my fridge for making sandwiches. It goes well with a beer.

An Udon Thani restaurant that offers Chef and Greek salads would become a favorite with me. That with a couple slices of good bread and butter and a beer makes a meal. Actually I can come close to the Chef salad when eating at the Sizzler salad bar.

Re: Little Italian restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2009, 3:16 pm
by BobHelm
Thanks johnty even I should be able to find it from those directions... :D
TJ I believe Carbonara should contain ham, so you might be lucky with your salad :D :D