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Xmas dinner

Post by kkudon6244 » November 29, 2016, 12:01 pm

I have some mates coming up at Xmas and we are looking for a Xmas dinner in Udon.
Does anyone know which places will be having Xmas dinners or any recommendations?

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by pal52 » November 30, 2016, 8:25 am

Look at Sophies Bistro thread.
They are taking bookings for what looks to be an excellent Xmas Dinner

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by DuiDui49 » November 30, 2016, 8:38 am

Well i can tell that my wife is having Christmas dinner 24/12...Visit Nok's Restaurant on Nongsamrong Road and she will inform you what she is serving.Thanks for reading.
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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by stattointhailand » November 30, 2016, 8:03 pm

That would be Christmas EVE dinner then DuiDui ........ Christmas Dinner takes place 24 hours later on 25th :lol:

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by Barney » November 30, 2016, 8:47 pm

stattointhailand wrote:That would be Christmas EVE dinner then DuiDui ........ Christmas Dinner takes place 24 hours later on 25th :lol:
Who cares what night the dinner at Noks place is...... no need to state the obvious as most punters would know that. I don't think I have ever had a xmas dinner, always a xmas lunch.


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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by kkudon6244 » December 1, 2016, 6:34 am

When you have it and what you call it depends on where you come from and thanks for the other answers.
Now back to the original question - any Xmas dinners, lunches etc on the 25th?

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by 12345 » December 1, 2016, 8:25 am

kkudon6244 wrote:When you have it ....... depends on where you come from
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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by mathusalah80 » December 1, 2016, 9:08 am

[quote="kkudon6244"Now back to the original question - any Xmas dinners, lunches etc on the 25th?[/quote]

Almost certainly the following, on Xmas Day: Irish Clock (usually two sittings).
T Bar (Steve & Mali).
Noks Restaurant.
Chris Restaurant.
Sophies Bistro.

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by bamakmak » December 1, 2016, 9:35 am

I believe that Nok's Restaurant is planning their big meal on Christmas Eve rather than Christmas Day. That works great for me - Nok's on Christmas Eve and Sophie's Bistro on Christmas Day. I am fairly certain that I will be able to gain at least ten kilos by the time the festivities end!

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by mathusalah80 » December 2, 2016, 1:09 pm

Word of warning. My understanding is that the traditional Turkey will NOT be available, due to restrictions the Government has seen fit to impose. So when contacting your chosen restaurant be sure to check what meat/poultry they are proposing to serve in lieu of the usual turkey, should the situation be as rumoured.

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by bamakmak » December 2, 2016, 7:10 pm

mathusalah80 wrote:Word of warning. My understanding is that the traditional Turkey will NOT be available, due to restrictions the Government has seen fit to impose.
Sophie's Bistro served up delicious turkey on Thanksgiving (24 Nov for you non-Americans). I don't know if they will be having turkey again on Christmas or not.

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by DuiDui49 » December 2, 2016, 8:44 pm

Nok's Restaurant is as of today 2/12FULLY BOOKED

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by PAPA Z » December 7, 2016, 1:08 pm

Hello everyone,
For those still wondering, Sophie's Bistro is offering the below for Christmas Day Dinner:

"Thank you Udon customers for your endearing words and your attendance at our Thanksgiving Day dinner yesterday.
We were very happy to have been able to bring the American holiday spirit to all of you here in Udon!

All day today we've been receiving messages asking if we will also do a Christmas Day Dinner this year.
Our answer is a resounding YEEEESSS!
The only caveat we're putting out there is that we need a solid 40 reservations to pull it off.

So here it is folks:
ALL YOU CAN EAT SELF SERVED BUFFET CHRISTMAS DINNER
- Whole roasted suckling pig
- Turkey
- Honey glazed ham
- 1st glass of wine or first beer or any spirit drink INCLUDED
- Country corn bread
- country buttermilk biscuits
- green beans
- potatoes an gratin
- mashed sweet potatoes
- mashed potatoes
- candied yams
- collard greens
- corn on the cob
- salads
- and more!!!
Adults THB499
Children over 5 years old THB 199
Children under 5 -FREE

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW BY EMAILING ME AT:
zfaktor@gmail.com

I will post again and advise if we make our target by 20 Dec 16".

Again, thank you for your patronage and support!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of you!
Papa Z

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by Bonanza » December 7, 2016, 11:53 pm

Barney's comment shows some of the British mealtime confusions over whether or not the midday meal is called lunch or dinner, or whether dinner is eaten in the evening.

Hence what time will the proposed Christmas meal at Sophie's be?

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by papafarang » December 8, 2016, 7:51 am

funny enough Christmas lunch/dinner is served around 3pm in the uk, making it neither lunch or dinner
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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by WizzWanger67 » December 8, 2016, 8:36 am

i always preferred Boxing day,nice breakfast,off to the pub home for more food and usually a football match on the tv,wake up slobbering on the sofa then shower and down the pub again,remember ''a pub is for life not christmas day'' :D

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by 747man » December 8, 2016, 10:51 am

papafarang wrote:funny enough Christmas lunch/dinner is served around 3pm in the uk, making it neither lunch or dinner
Usually Yer Watch The Queens Speech on The Tele..... :roll: :roll:

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by Barney » December 8, 2016, 12:51 pm

For those whom don't need to eat turkey the Phoenix Bistro sponsor sure has a very simple but delicious looking xmas meal.
My mum always had roast pork, roast chook and vege's no matter how hot is was in Sydney.
And a leg of ham was always there which would last a couple of weeks for breakfast, lunch and tea snacks.
But I always had the 2 or 3 Kg's of tiger prawns for backup.
A family Xmas day I do miss. Watching the kids wake up and rip the wrapping off there presents, then into the car to visit relo's and their families to give presents and see what else their gremlins got.
All the while sucking on a tinnie of what ever was provided by the inlaws :drunk: .
Sleep by late afternoon. :sleepy:
Then preparing for the 1st ball of play in the boxing day test.
Sure miss those times. :wink:

Merry Christmas everyone.

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by 747man » December 8, 2016, 3:16 pm

Barney wrote:For those whom don't need to eat turkey the Phoenix Bistro sponsor sure has a very simple but delicious looking xmas meal.
My mum always had roast pork, roast chook and vege's no matter how hot is was in Sydney.
And a leg of ham was always there which would last a couple of weeks for breakfast, lunch and tea snacks.
But I always had the 2 or 3 Kg's of tiger prawns for backup.
A family Xmas day I do miss. Watching the kids wake up and rip the wrapping off there presents, then into the car to visit relo's and their families to give presents and see what else their gremlins got.
All the while sucking on a tinnie of what ever was provided by the inlaws :drunk: .
Sleep by late afternoon. :sleepy:
Then preparing for the 1st ball of play in the boxing day test.
Sure miss those times. :wink:

Merry Christmas everyone.
And A Merry Christmas to You Too !!!

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Re: Xmas dinner

Post by Mosquito » December 8, 2016, 5:11 pm

Not in downtown Udon, but in Nong Wua So............for a Greek Christmas Meal at Tom and Jee's Place.

Can't cut and paste the menu, so pls cut me some slack on typing out the menu:
Bread
Feta Cheese Paste
Olive Oil

Greek Salad
Traditional Potato Salad
Tzaziki

Mushroom Pasta
Fried Rice

Giaourtlou Kebab (lamb+beef)
Turkey w/ Mushrooms
Bekri Meze (Pork with Red Sauce and Wine

Greek Style Oven Bake Potatoes
Steamed Rice

Truck Chocolate
Ravani

At 299 baht per person, on Sunday 25 December 2016 from 1700-2000 (5pm-8pm)

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