Absolute best german food in town

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Re: Absolute best german food in town

Post by dtaai-maai » Fri Jan 31, 2014 7:36 pm

Timb-uk wrote:
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richard wrote: 'All in Hua Hin' is good too with a wider variety. Schnitzel, fried potatoes and large salad to die for. More expensive though
Vastly overrated IMHO. Have been dragged there kicking and screaming on a number of occasions over the years. Have usually left full, but rarely satisfied.
As you are a senior contributor and obviously "know your stuff" about HH and I'm a small fry novice, I am really sticking my neck out here to say.....sorry I disagree with you.
Nothing wrong with that. How boring it would be if we all liked the same places! :cheers:
Let me know when you're there and I'll make sure I'm outside kicking and screaming to earn my beer... :laugh:
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Re: Absolute best german food in town

Post by Merky » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:56 pm

armycw4ret wrote: Germany food I have had in Thailand. Best cabbage rolls, cordon bleu, Schnitzel and pepper steaks
Wouldn't have expected that in HauHin. Fantatic! What doesn't this place have!?

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Re: Absolute best german food in town

Post by hhfarang » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:05 pm

There are many restaurants in Hua Hin serving very good German food, although I agree that Maya's is probably at or near the top of the list.
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Re: Absolute best german food in town

Post by Merky » Wed Feb 19, 2014 9:16 pm

That's just by chance, or is there some kind of history there? (I used to live in Berlin and found it a challenge getting real German food there!)

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