New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Pagey » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:04 pm

That's a shame, especially as it only takes a few minutes to knock up from scratch.
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by JamesWest » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:27 pm

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Pagey wrote:And if you don't want Thai food a stall close to the Indian has pasta dishes, bolognaise, carbonara etc. I haven't tried them yet so don't know how they compare to the one outside Lotus Express. :thumb:
I found the pasta stall last night - thank you. Unfortunately, my carbonara was a frozen dish put through the microwave - not a patch on the guy outside Lotus Express.
thanks for the warning.

i think there is a bit of "look at me" going on at the soi 88 food court. reminds me of high school. :)
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and yes the band is getting louder... i have to sit over by the south end and also avoid the clouds of spice from the venders cooking. it is like pepper spray sometimes. i am glad the thais start coughing too so i don't feel like "farang no can".

and open air while not good for rain, it works better than 94. too closed in...

a bar that was in 88 is now in 94. they have the 3 for the price of 2 special all the time. mixed drinks and wine. look for it towards the north end...
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by HHTel » Mon Sep 21, 2015 7:23 pm

Doesn't soi 94 go east to west so which is the north end?

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by JamesWest » Mon Sep 21, 2015 7:39 pm

"94 food court" is on the cross street that run roughly north south.
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by 2/cb » Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:18 pm

Talking of Soi94...had an excellent meal this week at the cafe Mekong, which has moved recently from near MV up to near Mirabelle's, on the left walking from the main road. Good service, good value. I hope it succeeds.

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by HHTel » Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:32 pm

I doubt it will but wish them good luck anyway. Sign spelt completely wrong which doesn't help. The restaurant next door gets more customers with excellent food and at Thai prices. The Mekong so far has just been an advert for Duang's.

Good Luck Mekong anyway. I think you are the third to try there.

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Pagey » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:49 am

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A new poster went up during the week at the Soi 94 court/market. it states the Sunday market will be open on more days, I think Thursday to Sunday or maybe Wednesday, I can't remember. As of yesterday the temporary market stalls had been removed, maybe because of the weather or maybe to build something more permanent.
It also says cool attractions to come and has pictures of a kids go kart track and a swimming/paddling pool.

There's also a new building being erected across the road on the left hand side as you head to Soi 94, I guess it will be a restaurant, anyone know for sure ?
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by HHTel » Sun Sep 27, 2015 4:45 pm

If it's the same building as I'm thinking of, I'm told it's going to be a medical centre.

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Pagey » Sun Sep 27, 2015 4:48 pm

That's different but a good addition to the area. :D
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Pagey » Sun Nov 29, 2015 10:03 pm

I've been away for a couple of weeks so I've not been to Soi 94 market for a while. I had a walk around this afternoon and the stall holders were setting up the market stalls behind the food court which hopefully will bring some customers for the Sunday market.
However, walking around the food court all, or virtually all, of the middle section of food stalls are vacant, including the Indian where I've eaten a few times. The name sign is still in place but the stall is empty.

There's another building going up on the left front side as you look from 94, not sure what that is and a new building on the opposite side of the soi that runs to Soi 88, which doesn't appear to be the clinic as that is further up towards 88.
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Big Boy » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:29 am

Pagey wrote:There's another building going up on the left front side as you look from 94, not sure what that is
The original plans showed that as a much needed 7-11 :wink: . However, if it is, it'll be the prettiest 7-11 in Thailand.
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by ste860 » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:34 am

its going to be a coffee shop ,just whats needed ,i was hoping it was going to be a tailors theres a shortage of those

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by oakdale160 » Tue Jan 19, 2016 5:19 pm

Clear winner 88. very busy every night, often difficult to find a table. food good, prices even better.Soi 94 looks like it is fading already, very few customers. Only success is Sakura Buffet owned/run by the young Thai guy who opened Sakura Japanese on 94 and 94 open air restaurant on 94. He does an excellent buffet for 299b and is drawing a good crowd each night.

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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by Pagey » Tue Jan 19, 2016 7:47 pm

Hardly any of the food stalls occupied now on Soi 94. The ones facing the road have had all the counters/sinks etc removed and it looks like they are making them into small shops.
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Re: New outdoor food courts on 88 and 94

Post by StevePIraq » Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:43 am

I wonder when Thais will actually think of something unique instead of copying the business next door and then wondering why they don't have the number of customers that used to be next door.
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