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1. Posted by opospa (Travel Guru, 1836 posts) 8 Nov '07 00:57

For me:

Penang - FRIED KUEY TIAO & ASAM LAKSA (near Kek Lok Si Temple)
Bangkok - SOM TAM & PAD THAI

2. Posted by beavis (Budding Member, 177 posts) 8 Nov '07 02:08

Dominos - Gerald griffin street...:)

3. Posted by bex76 (Moderator, 3600 posts) 8 Nov '07 02:59

there is a place opposite Puduraya Bus Station, Kuala Lumpur (i don't know its name) which serves the best roti chennai i have ever had!

As a country, Vietnam had the best food I have experienced.

4. Posted by arif_kool (Travel Guru, 1757 posts) 8 Nov '07 03:33

I loved the Doner Kebaps, which are managed by the Turkish people and have shops across Germany and Austria, though i couldnt find a single such outlet in Paris:)

Arif

5. Posted by skyef (Full Member, 105 posts) 8 Nov '07 07:18

Feta puff pastries and pita kebab (contains tomatoes, fries, tzazitki and choice of meat - pork's the best ) in Athens

6. Posted by Isadora (Moderator, 13924 posts) 8 Nov '07 09:08

My house for lamb dolma and madzoon laced with lots of freshly pressed garlic and finely diced cucumber. Ooohhh, and chourag with rosemary for soaking up the juices. Yum!

Also, a little pub in Kilarney, Ireland for the best Guinness and beef stew I have ever had. They serve it over mashed potatoes. Again, Yum!

7. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru, 2026 posts) 8 Nov '07 10:05

A little restaurant in a town in the Pyrenees, i think it was called Foix - the local versions of Cassoulet and Civet de Sanglier were amazing. Also Ban Phu Lai on Ko Lanta in Thailand for the best Thai curries ever. And Sails in Apia, Samoa for tremendous Lobster and Freshwater Prawns. And the salads at Hooked on Marahua at Marahau in the Abel Tasman. And Gordon Ramsay at Claridges, the truffle risotto and the black bream. And that little cafe in Melaka in Malaysia where there's a boiling mixture of satay sauce and oil in a vat in the middle of the table and you dip your skewers of stuff into it. And the Kway Teow stall at the night market in Chinatown, Singapore. And..... who got me started on this?????

8. Posted by Isadora (Moderator, 13924 posts) 8 Nov '07 10:28

Quoting magykal1

And..... who got me started on this?????

Blame opospa - or Canada - take your pick!

9. Posted by Wonkerer (Respected Member, 591 posts) 8 Nov '07 15:21

My grandma's house - "hot degos" and covetails (homemade pasta)
My mom's house - spaghetti sauce and lasagne
My brother's house - meatballs
The Melting Pot - Killarney, Ireland - wild boar

10. Posted by Budai (Respected Member, 506 posts) 8 Nov '07 17:27

The amoc at Friends in Phnom Penh was pretty amazing, and i really liked mohinga at the little place near the French embassy in Burma... The barracuda steak at Koh Russei wasnt too bad either. And of course, going home to Malaysia a few times a year for the roti canai and teh tarik