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Khanom Hua Pakkad & Hoi Thod

Fried Radish Cake & Oyster / Mussel Omelette

Thai street food is a great place to practice your Thai!

Test Your Thai : Claudia made a mistake on a tone, can you hear which word? What tone should it be?

He was sooo lovely to us and his food was so delicious!!!

I asked about the taste as some people who wrote to me privately demanded to know what the food tasted like in ‘gastronomical terms’… We ended up having a fabulous time instead of making a deep analysis, I hope you have some sympathy…

Mai Tree is at the back of Warotot Market {Chiang Mai, of course} in the little street by the Chinese Temple, on your left hand side.
Radish, beansprouts, spring onions, eggs.
A must for vegetarians and gluttons alike…

Daily {thai style} from 9h30am to 3pm

(A huge thanks to Clouds in the Kitchen for allowing us to post and learn from her great videos!)

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