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R. de Sampaio Bruno, Porto, Portugal

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choojai choojai
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Som Tum at Sukhumvit 2 Mar 13, 2011
Som tam or som tum (Thai: ส้มตำ, pronounced [sôm tam]) also known as tam bak hung (Isan: ตำบักหุ่ง, pronounced [tam bàk hùŋ]) is a spicy salad made from shredded unripened papaya. Som tam is similar to the Laotian dish tam mak hoong and the Cambodian dish bok l'hong."Wikipedia"

when you come to Thailand. Don't for got to eat Som Tam. for about Sukhumvit Soi2 very famous in Office here. But very jam people at noon.and the price so cheap
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davidx davidx
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Well worth finding - really cheap! Mar 16, 1999
So what's the point of writing a review on a place if you don't even know its name, I hear you saying. My answer is that it's well worth finding and that, although I can't name it, I believe you can find it.

There are two possible ways of finding it. The first is to stand outside the Hotel Peninsular, turn away from Sao Bento station and take the first left. You are looking for a two storey restaurant that looks anything but cheap and you want the first (top) floor. If that does not work, you can use the method we did - ask at the Hotel Peninsular for a good place nearby to eat that's not too dear.

What makes it interesting is that there is a cafeteria on the first floor with plenty of choice but where the price of the meal relates simply to the weight of your tray at the check-out.

Why not 5 for overall grade? Whereas the quality of the food and the cooking are very satisfactory, the way it was shelved ensured that it was not as hot as we should have liked. Perhaps they have solved that by now - I should be glad to give it a try!
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