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that Pattaya doesn't already have.

 

Your choices could be overall national cuisines such as Brazilian, a more specific regional cuisine such as Hokkien Chinese, or a specialty food category such as an empenada shop.

 

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My top 3 to see open in Pattaya are - 1. BEER 2. WINE 3. SPIRITS

Pattaya is lacking a good Turkish restaurant.  

A Greek restaurant

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To get this rolling my top three are:

 

Ethiopian 

 

Jamaican

 

Peruvian 

 

(No that place in Pratumnak doesn't count)

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Really ? where in Ethiopia did you eat ???? I have travelled extensively there  and was not impressed with local fayre .. it had a lot to be desired...   where did you eat??? and what did you eat???

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Russian, Indian, and Chinese.... McDonalds.

I want to experience Mickey's like a Muscovite!

 

But seriously, Greek for me too, Cantonese and Vietnamese the real flavours of Australia. 555.

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44 minutes ago, bang saen guy said:

Mexican

Cuban

Greek

We already have Mexican and Greek in Pattaya. 

 

So that's one.

 

Cuban. 

 

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27 minutes ago, chalawaan said:

Russian, Indian, and Chinese.... McDonalds.

I want to experience Mickey's like a Muscovite!

 

But seriously, Greek for me too, Cantonese and Vietnamese the real flavours of Australia. 555.

We have all those here but probably not a specifically Cantonese restaurant. 

 

Did.noone read the OP?

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51 minutes ago, Leaver said:

 

Pattaya is lacking a good Turkish restaurant.  

Perhaps but we already have Turkish in Pattaya. 

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53 minutes ago, banglay said:

Really ? where in Ethiopia did you eat ???? I have travelled extensively there  and was not impressed with local fayre .. it had a lot to be desired...   where did you eat??? and what did you eat???

 

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2 hours ago, Jingthing said:

To get this rolling my top three are:

 

Ethiopian 

 

Jamaican

 

Peruvian 

 

(No that place in Pratumnak doesn't count)

 

There's an Ethiopian restaurant in Phnom Penh - Cambodia.  Last time there I tried it.  The food was good.  

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7 hours ago, Jingthing said:

We already have Greek in Pattaya. 

I think a lot of folks will simply be listing their 3 favourite cuisines, rather than listing new ones, that is already apparent. 

Pre-Covid I thought the selection was good already.

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It's quite a difficult thread to answer as so many are already catered for. One might have a favourite cuisine, but for the mainstream, sales may well fall flat due to lack of popular interest..................................... With Thailand's coastal waters providing an abundance of seafood and rice being one of it's main staples; Cajun and Creole cooking would be well catered for, but it's a real niche cuisine outside of it's conceived origins, I can't recall seeing restaurants worldwide specialising in it...Po'boys however, would go down a storm in lieu of late night burger or kebab............................

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I'd like a good 'Build your own' burrito place like they have in the lower west states in America.

They usually serve other dishes, and you can sit inside, but service is walk through and fast.
In Pattaya I love Taco House, Taco Taco and Mike's Mexican. But they are more dine in, family style restaurants.  

For example

When I went to college this place was the best,
https://www.bigcityburrito.com/menu/

My favorite place in Las Vegas:  
https://robertostacoshop.com/menu/
And one awesome one I found in Berlin:
https://www.dolores-burritos.de/

two more that we don't have?? how about Hawaiian/Polynesian and a good Mongolian BBQ ?

 

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8 hours ago, bojo said:

It's quite a difficult thread to answer as so many are already catered for. One might have a favourite cuisine, but for the mainstream, sales may well fall flat due to lack of popular interest..................................... With Thailand's coastal waters providing an abundance of seafood and rice being one of it's main staples; Cajun and Creole cooking would be well catered for, but it's a real niche cuisine outside of it's conceived origins, I can't recall seeing restaurants worldwide specialising in it...Po'boys however, would go down a storm in lieu of late night burger or kebab............................

Yes outside of Louisiana restaurants often market as New Orleans or Louisiana food and don't make the Cajun Creole distinction. 

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9 hours ago, jacko45k said:

I think a lot of folks will simply be listing their 3 favourite cuisines, rather than listing new ones, that is already apparent. 

Pre-Covid I thought the selection was good already.

Yes there is confusion that might be linked to the pandemic. 

As the majority of restaurants are gone it's hard to keep.track of what's left.

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18 hours ago, Jingthing said:

To get this rolling my top three are:

 

Ethiopian 

 

Jamaican

 

Peruvian 

 

(No that place in Pratumnak doesn't count)

Now I want to add Malaysian but that's four so if I have to bump one it would be Jamaican.

 

Ethiopian is the top thing that I would like to see here but I have zero expectations.

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4 minutes ago, Ralf001 said:

Be happy if one of the slop joints offered a decent Aussie Hamburger with the lot.

 

Rest of the world cuisine can go eat a bag of penis.

None do?

I'm surprised. 

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2 minutes ago, Ralf001 said:

Excuse my ignorance but I thought those lot basically ate what ever weeds grew through the cracks of the dried out earth........ hence they run so quick chasing a Mcdonalds quarter pounder voucher !!

Not excused.

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