Restaurants, food, beverage, hawkers, and local markets and suppliers. This is the place for discussion on Hua Hin's culinary options.
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crazy88 wrote:Eimyim does a very good yellow curry. Had it 3 times last week. Will post directions on a separate thread.
What are the opening times and any day closed?
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eat@huahin does an excellent yellow curry as does Eimyin as Crazy has already mentioned.
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The small restaurant near the night market that does gaeng garee on Saturdays is happy to cook it any other day too. Just go in and order, it'll take 10 minutes to prepare.
Price is still the Saturday price of 40b.
I wanted to try the one at eat@huahin but they're priced for tourists (100b). Can't support that.
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If you have problems finding a yellow curry somewhere in a restaurant and can be bothered to make it yourself (or get the Mrs to make it) then I reckon the best brand in my 15 years of living here that I've found is this one "Blue Elephant - Royal Thai Cuisine".....awesome for all of them.
Initially came across it as was looking for a good Tom Ka soup paste and is by far and away the best one I've found for all of the Thai curries and there are many pastes that fail badly. You can even buy packs with all the rest of the stuff in too from this brand.
Totally recommend this brand and you probably should find it in a decent mall somewhere, not cheap though as far as pastes go but worth it.
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