Restaurantwerbung a la Thaistyle

Diskutiere Restaurantwerbung a la Thaistyle im Treffpunkt Forum im Bereich Thailand Forum; Nachdem ich mal wieder bei S.C.T. eine Eigenwerbung für ein Thairestaurant in den USA gesehen hatte, wo man wieder diese bestimmte Art, der...
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Nachdem ich mal wieder bei S.C.T. eine Eigenwerbung für ein Thairestaurant in den USA gesehen hatte, wo man wieder diese bestimmte Art, der indirekten Selbstbeschreibung findet,
(wir sind kein Show-Restaurant, im Gegenteil, wir befinden uns in einem heruntergekommenden Viertel ... usw)
halt reposte ichs hier nochmal.




Lotus of Siam isn´t glitzy, glamorous, or owned by a famous chef. It
isn´t
                                  even on the Strip. Lotus of Siam is
one of the unlikeliest great restaurants in
                                  the world, located in a cramped
storefront in a dusty working-class strip mall
                                  that seems to contain most of the
ethnic businesses in Las Vegas. It´s
                                  surrounded by Korean taverns and
Mexica dance clubs one mile, five minutes
                                  and a thousand broken hearts away
from the billion-dollar casinos of the Strip.
                                  Nearly everybody in the restaurant
is there at lunchtime for the $5.99 buffet.

                                  Lotus of Siam may be the single best
Thai restaurant in North America. Food
                                  is mostly Isaan-style country dishes
from Northeastern Thailand: grilled sour
                                  pork sausages garnished with fried
peanuts and grilled prawns, big as bananas,
                                  with tamarind sauce; hot-and-sour
soup spiked with bits of Cambodian
                                  smoked fish; thin, intense,
Laotian-style vegetable curries with the
                                  clean-stables funk of fermented
bamboo shoots; a perfect nam sod (an Isaan
                                  dish of ground pork flash-fried with
lime juice, ginger, and peanuts with straw
                                  canisters of sticky rice to scoop up
the nam sod in the country-Thai manner.

                                  You can roll some of the rice into a
little ball and use it as an edible spoon.
                                  There´s also a huge selection of
Isaan salads sometimes called larbs,
                                  blistering-hot concoctions of minced
squid or shredded bamboo shoots,
                                  chicken or finely ground catfish
seasoned with lime, chili and a gritty powder
                                  made from nutty-brown toasted rice.

                                  Try the appetizer man kao tod, a
sort of salad made with crunchy rice, fried
                                  peanuts, and cubes of raw cured pork
sausages tossed with a bit of lime juice.
                                  There´s also nua dad deaw, an Isaan
jerky compressed to the density of a
                                  neutron star, and fried whole
catfish with skin crackled with chili-fired
                                  sweetness, and green papaya salads
also painfully crunchy with briny,
                                  dine-size pickled crabs.

                                  Whenever we can make it down to Las
Vegas, we go for the buffet tables, and
                                  somehow manage the eat there at
least twice a day. A small mound of rice,
                                  pad Thai, a bit of fried fish, some
string beans, a mild rich coconut curry, and
                                  perhaps, the best chicken wings in
the world (it´s not Thai food, by the way).
                                  There are three menus; regular Thai
food you can find in any Thai restaurant,
                                  the Isaan specialties menu, and the
northern Thai menu from the Chiang Mai
                                  region, the restaurant´s true
specialty.

                                  Nam prik noom – warm, chunky puree
of freshly roasted green chilies pound
                                  in a stone mortar and served with
lots of things to scoop it up with (sort of a
                                  Thai salsa): sliced cucumbers,
sizzling pork rinds, tiny green eggplants to size
                                  of golf balls; fresh rau ram,
cilantro, a couple different kinds of herbs and
                                  ferns, roasted chickpeas and more.

                                  The northern-style sausage sai oua
is practically a worldview in a natural
                                  casing, a brick red banger stuffed
with sour herbs, chilies, coarsely chopped
                                  pork, like a hot link from another
planet. The jackfruit larb is more a cooked
                                  dish than a salad, the thinnest
shreds of the immature green fruit is sautéed
                                  with ground pork and tomatoes until
it reaches nearly the consistency of a
                                  fragrant sauce.

                                  There´s also a soothing northern
pork stew, spiced almost like a pie filling,
                                  and there´s a marinated version of
the northern noodle soup khao soi, and a
                                  mild, coconut-flavored curry with
Thai pickles and lime. Khao soy can be
                                  made for you if you call ahead, a
salad made of the most tender beef, minced
                                  by hand and marinated.

                                  Lotus of Siam
                                  953 East Sahara Avenue, Suite A5
                                  Tel: 702 735 3033
                                  Open for lunch weekdays; dinner
daily. Starters: $5 to $12, main courses $7
                                  to $27, dessert extra.
 
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Zwar kein Restaurant,

sondern eine Karaoke Bar,

aber dafür in Hannover gerade ein Renner,

 
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Um Thailandfreunde in der Region um Hannover auf dem laufenden zu halten :

Seit über einer Woche ist eine neue Thai Karaoke Disco in Hannover eröffnet, das Hollywood.

In den legendären Disco-Räumen von Hannover
( 70 Jahre das Pacha / 80 Jahre das La Fontaine )
haben Ralf und Toy eine wirklich schönen Laden am Thielenplatz hingezaubert.

Man kann ihnen wirklich alles gute wünschen,
denn Lage, Aufmachung und Umfeld sind wirklich super.
 
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@all

gibts sowas auch in Stuttgart?
Habe nämlich nirgends was entsprechendes gefunden.

Danke für Tips,
Peter
 
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karaoke-bars auch in Mainz oder Wiesbaden?
 
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Gast
@Peter65

fahr mal in Stuttgart am Bahnhof vorbei die Theodor-Heuss entlang und schau nach links da taucht irgendwann ein Thaikaraoke auf.
Neben dem Restaurant "Mekong".Ist oberhalb des kleinen Schlossplatzes.

Ich kann Dir aber nix darüber sagen, war selber noch nicht dort; soll aber momentan der Treffpunkt in S. sein.

:wink:
 
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hallo !

wo gibt es so was im allgäu raum buchloe, kaufbeuren, etc. bekomme in zwei wochen besuch und die wird das bestimmt interessieren

gruß stefan
allgäu
 
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