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Evil Penevil

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1 hour ago, Evil Penevil said:

Yes, I have.  It is one of my favorite restaurants, probably the best value for money in Pattaya when it comes to the quality of the food in relation to price.  The review is here:  http://www.pattaya-live.com/index.php?/forums/topic/133880-bite-me-bistro-on-3rd-road/#comment-1478225

 

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Cheers. 

I see I actually replied to the thread in your link, the memory is definitely going .

Must admit some of their food has inspired me to cook up something very similar it looks so good.

I'll definitely be eating there a few times in September. 

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This is a restaurant that will warm the cockles of every thrifty diner's heart.  You can get a decent, albeit small, portion of steak, French fries and salad for 119 baht.  Or pork steak with the same accompaniments for  baht.

 

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It's  called in English Steak 9 Rai Sai 3 and is located on the east side of 3rd Road about halfway between Soi Lengkee and Pattaya Klang.  More on how to find it at the end of this post.  It's a small open-air restaurant that is easy to miss.

 

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Let's be realistic.  For 119 baht, you aren't going to get the best steak in Pattaya.  Also,  the steak I got was overcooked, even though I had asked for it rare in both Thai and English.

 

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The frozen crinkle fries had been cooked properly, but there weren't many of them.  The salad was fresh- I just wish it hadn't been drowned in Thousand Island dressing out of a bottle.

 

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It was definitely Thai beef, but it wasn't tough.  If it hadn't been overcooked, I would have been very happy with it.

 

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When I arrived at 7.00 p.m. one night last week., the place was  almost full.  I got the last table.  The inexpensive food seemed popular with both Thais and farang.  And everything on the menu is very cheap and real value for money.

 

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 For those with big appetites, you can order extra meat and French fries at a discounted price.  A double portion of steak would be 228 baht.   A big bottle of Leo or Chang goes for  75 baht, while Coke is only 15 baht and water 10 baht!

 

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Besides the misses with the steak, the table I had faced right out on 3rd Road.  It was hot and you got all the noise and exhaust fumes from the street.

 

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I wouldn't have rushed back to Steak 9, but unusual circumstances put me there again Tuesday with BM capdagde (Andy Cap).  We had planned to eat at the Tsunami Sushi Buffet, but there were no seats at 6.00 p.m., so we continued down 3rd Road to Steak 9.  Andy was hungry, so he ordered both the steak and fish, a budget "surf and turf" combo.

 

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He was happy with his meal and said the beef was better than a lot you get in France.

 

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I had the pork steak and it, too, was good.  It was juicy and not overcooked with plenty of flavor, definitely different to the tasteless pork you often get in the West.

 

Steak 9 won't become a regular haunt, but I wouldn't hesitate to eat there again if I have my way past.  The food I've had there is better than at other budget restaurants like the Sailor or Seaside, altrhough the menu is more limited.  

 

The red marker shows its location.  It's within easy walking distance of the LK Metro area.  If you're riding the baht bus on Soi Bukhao, get off 

 

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7 hours ago, Evil Penevil said:

 while Coke is only 15 baht and water 10 baht!

Thanks Evil for this brilliant thread!

Since being forced off the booze by the Doctor 2 months ago I have started to notice the price of non alcoholic drinks.Speciffically Soda water. In the last place it is 15 baht giving them a markup of around 10 baht which is fair and square but places like Retox that charge 50 effing baht for a small bottle is really taking the piss. That is a 10 times mark up!! The same as charging 7,000 baht for a bottle of Jacob's Creek..!!!!! There is a multitude of places at 45 baht (inc the RH - Small bottle). The old cliche of "its not the price but the principle" is correct in this case but I am now getting quite paranoid about it to the point of refusing to return to anywhere that charges 50 baht....On beach road 5 Star bar it's 30 baht but in Red Cat Bar up the road it is 50 baht..

 

Phew...rant over...

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Have you been upto Tropical Berts.....I have been told by the waitress that there is no corkage fee for BYO wine!!!!

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One night last week I felt a need for comfort food, so I popped into Secrets for a plate of macaroni and cheese at 199 baht, including two slices of garlic bread.

 

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Mac and cheese is the quintessential comfort food for me, bringing back memories of elementary school lunches and Saturday dinners on cold fall and winter evenings. It's one of the simplest comfort foods to make, but also among the best.  The combination of pasta and cheddar cheese is irresistible.

 

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Secrets' mac and cheese didn't disappoint.  It was stove top as opposed to oven baked, but still very good.  The sauce was rich and creamy with a heavy cheddar taste. That's exactly how I like it.  The pasta was a perfect al dente.  Mushy pasta is unfortunately all too common in Pattaya restaurants, but not at Secrets.

 

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It was a generous portion, if not a huge one.  But unless you're burning 10,000 calories a day, you shouldn't be eating huge portions of high-calorie high-carbohydrate food.

 

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Bottom line: Good! There's not much more I need to say about mac and cheese. Through the years, Secrets has proved to be a good place for classic U.K. and U.S. comfort food.

 

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Nice report as always Evil , always enjoy reading your input. 

 

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An update on My Way's beef tenderloin file (180 grams, or 6.3 ounces  for Americans) at 295 baht.

 

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It comes with a small side salad and choice of potatoes, which in my case was fried.

 

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The beef was tender and full of flavor. My Way has held a high standard through the years regarding its beef.  I would have preferred the gravy on the side, but I forgot to tell the waitress and got it European style.

 

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It was cooked as I ordered it, medium rare.

 

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Bottom line: My Way (in the arcade on 2nd Road that runs beside Kiss Food and Beefeater) remains a good option for those who want decent beef but aren't prepared to spend a lot.

 

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Since reviewing restaurants has become a hazardous undertaking in Pattaya, I've ordered some new outfits to wear while out and around:
 
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The first will be for street wear, the second for sleeping as well in case one morning I wake up with a problem.
 
Seriously, I still have NO IDEA which of my reviews could have caused anyone so much distress that they would want to get back at me in real life. If any of my reports or reviews contain errors of fact, I'm happy to correct them.  If you have a different opinion to mine- and board members often do- you are free to post a direct response or start your own thread on any of the boards.  But I can't fix anything if I don't know what is wrong.  I  want to stress that in all the years I've been doing food reviews on the punter boards, no restaurant or bar owner has ever reacted negatively to them, not through a post, a PM or any other type of communication.
 
So if any reader feels I've written a review that's been unfair or malicious, please let me know what's wrong. The fact that no one has been able to point out such a review says to me that none exist except perhaps as a figment of someone's imagination.
 
Anyway, I decided to go out last night and have a meal minus protective gear.  I went to Retox Game On  (2nd Road and Soi Honey)  to try the daily special, the Insanity Burger at 285 baht, including a bottle of SML. From Retox Game On's Facebook page.
 
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The meal in the pic was very close to what came down in front of me, which isn't always the case. Kudos to Retox Game On for that.
 
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The Insanity Burger consisted of a thick beef patty topped with cheese, two slices of streaky bacon, onion rings, lettuce and a couple of slices of tomato.  The bun was fresh.  The burger came with a generous helping of thick-cut U.K.-style chips, what might be called pan fries or potato wedges in the U.S.  There was also a small portion of cole slaw.
 
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The onion rings were great, the rest of the meal was OK.  I'm not a fan of thick-cut chips but that is purely a personal preference.  A friend who had the same order thought the chips were fine.
 
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There was a lot of food on the plate, so it was value for money at 285 baht, considering the price included a beer.  It's not the best burger I've had - the beef patty needed a bit of seasoning- but it was definitely OK.  I like onion rings and I'll be back to enjoy a full order of them.
 
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I would like to add my approval of 'My Way', it is indeed a very good option and possibly alongside the 'Beefeater' is a great choice when in the Diana arcade. Never had a bad meal and for the price and quality it is a must when in the area.

Just on another note and not sure if Evil knows but there used to be a good Italian between the arcade and Tim Bar on the 2nd road called Per Bacco, last time I was in Pattaya two weeks ago I noticed it was no longer there, a sad loss for me.

 

(Apologies for the over 300 baht thread fcuk)

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A bargain tip for sandwich lovers.  The Food Hall (supermarket) at Central Festival has a  2-for-1 special for 129 baht  most days after 9.00 p.m.  If I have my way past CF at that hour, I'll often pick a couple of sandwiches.  The sandwiches are decent sized and it would be hard for me to polish off both in one sitting,  so it's usually a post-go go snack and lunch the next day.

 

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One sandwich was  ham, cheese, tomatoes and lettuce on light rye; the other was salami, cheese, tomatoes and lettuce on a bun.  No complaints about either.

 

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They don't rank among the best sandwiches I've had, but are good value for money by Pattaya standards.

 

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The Food Hall at CF has been rearranged.  The bakery section has been moved and is smaller than before.  The salad bar is bigger and there's more prepared hot food for take away.  The booze section has been expanded and a lot of other changes have been made as well. Very few items are in the same place as before.

 

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The sandwich one rather than the one in a bun looks spot on,  I have eaten there a few times they do quite a nice chicken tikka with a nan bread ...

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On Sunday,  I had the daily special at Retox Game On- the Sunday roast.  It's offered in both small (199 baht) and large portions (299 baht),  with a choice of beef, lamb, pork or chicken as the meat. I got there around 9.00 p.m.- late for a Sunday roast dinner - and beef was was the only option left, but that's what I would have ordered anyway.  It came with Yorkshire pudding; veggies; roast and mashed potatoes; stuffing; a mini U.K. pig in a blanket (sausage wrapped with bacon); and gravy.

 

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I chose the small portion and it was plenty enough for me. The meal was good, but I've had better in Pattaya, albeit at a high price. And here I have to be both fair and realistic.  I'm sure the meal would have been better if I'd gotten to Retox closer to the start of service at noon.  Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding is best when fresh from the oven. A small restaurant in Pattaya isn't set up to serve food on the same basis as a Las Vegas casino buffet casino restaurant that does hundreds of covers in an evening. It's my own fault I didn't get there earlier. I plan on trying the Sunday roast at Retox again but will go in the early afternoon.
 
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I got a generous slice of beef and two smaller slices.  The meat had a lot of flavor but it was slightly- just slightly- chewy and perhaps a bit overcooked.  I blame that on the latest of the hour.  The vegetables were cooked al dente, just as I prefer them.
 
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The Yorkshire pudding was fine, light and crisp on the outside, like my grandmother.  It had definitely been in a very hot oven with the right amount of fat.
 
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Unfortunately the roast potatoes hadn't been in the oven long enough.  No color and uncooked on the inside.  The stuffing and mashed potatoes were good.  I skipped the bacon-wrapped sausage as it's not something I normally like.
 
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Bottom line:  The Sunday roast at Retox is definitely worth a try and  value for money, but get there early.
 
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One other note:  At 9.00 p.m., the inside section of Retox was full almost to the last seat with football fans watching a match.  The body heat of the patrons and the many smokers made it a bit stuffy inside, so I took a seat on the veranda.  The outside fan worked well and there was a good breeze coming off the sea, so it was cooler outside than in.
 
(Edit in to add information about smoking in Retox Game On).  Half the enclosed area is no smoking.  In the part of the bar closest to the entrance from Soi Honey, smoking is allowed but forbidden in the other half.  Unknowingly, I sat in the smoking section on my previous visits.  I will make sure I sit in the non-smoking section during my next meal at Retox.
 

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On Sunday,  I had the daily special at Retox Game On- the Sunday roast.  It's offered in both small (199 baht) and large portions (299 baht),  with a choice of beef, lamb, pork or chicken as the meat. I got there around 9.00 p.m.- late for a Sunday roast dinner - and beef was was the only option left, but that's what I would have ordered anyway.  It came with Yorkshire pudding; veggies; roast and mashed potatoes; stuffing; a mini U.K. pig in a blanket (sausage wrapped with bacon); and gravy.

 

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I chose the small portion and it was plenty enough for me. The meal was good, but I've had better in Pattaya, albeit at a high price. And here I have to be both fair and realistic.  I'm sure the meal would have been better if I'd gotten to Retox closer to the start of service at noon.  Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding is best when fresh from the oven. A small restaurant in Pattaya isn't set up to serve food on the same basis as a Las Vegas casino buffet casino restaurant that does hundreds of covers in an evening. It's my own fault I didn't get there earlier. I plan on trying the Sunday roast at Retox again but will go in the early afternoon.
 
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I got a generous slice of beef and two smaller slices.  The meat had a lot of flavor but it was slightly- just slightly- chewy and perhaps a bit overcooked.  I blame that on the latest of the hour.  The vegetables were cooked al dente, just as I prefer them.
 
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The Yorkshire pudding was fine, light and crisp on the outside, like my grandmother made.  It had definitely been in a very hot oven with the right amount of fat.
 
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Unfortunately the roast potatoes hadn't been in the oven long enough.  No color and uncooked on the inside.  The stuffing and mashed potatoes were good.  I skipped the bacon-wrapped sausage as it's not something I normally like.
 
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Bottom line:  The Sunday roast at Retox is definitely worth a try and  value for money, but get there early.
 

I want to wish everyone a ...

 

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whether you'll be eating turkey with all the trimmings or not!

 

 

 

It's actually been fun doing this thread.  The comments have been reasonable even when there's disagreement.  And for that I am thankful!

 

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Monday night I tried the burger at the newly opened White Pines restaurant near WS and close by the intersection of Sois 14 and 15.  At the promotional price of 89 baht, it was a good deal.  The four basic food groups (burgers, pizza, pasta and fried meat)  are well represented and I'll be sampling as many as I can through Nov. 30, the last day of the 89-baht promotion. However, prices will remain low, with many fixed at 89 baht and the most expensive 129 baht.

 

Overall, I have a positive impression of White Pines. I can (and will) quibble a bit about the food, but it is as good as many and a lot better than some other restaurants that serve farang food in Pattaya.  White Pines is cheap and cheerful with a friendly staff, apparently members of the same family.  It's a good option for anyone heading to or from WS between 11.00 a.m.  and 1.00 a.m.

 

When I've eaten there, I've been the only customer and I've never seen anyone eating there on the occasions I've walked past.  I hope they're able to develop a customer base as a low-price restaurant offering farang food is a welcome addition to the WS scene. However, it's a tough market to crack and I wish the owners of White Pines the best of luck.  They'll need it.   :thumbsup: 

 

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Was it the best hamburger I've had in Pattaya?  Definitely not, but it passed the taste test with a B score. It was one of the best burgers I had under 100 baht. Not every meal will be a culinary peak but can nevertheless be good, especially as a snack. 
 
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I got a nice beef patty, cooked medium rare as I asked, topped with cheese, caramelized onions and sweet peppers on a trendy charcoal black bun. The taste isn't affected. A lot of veggies (raw onion, sweet pepper, tomato and lettuce) had been piled under patty.
 
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For me, the burger didn't really fit together, literally or figuratively. As soon as the stick holding the components in place was removed, the burger fell a part on the wooden serving plate. I disassembled it and ate the cheese-covered patty with knife and fork, alternating with with bites of the bun and  some of the veggies. It was not a "hands-on" burger.
 
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The onions and peppers hadn't been fried long enough to become truly caramelized and the raw veggies didn't really add anything to the burger experience. The components in any "assembled" dish should complement each other and they don't in this case.
 
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But that's no big thing and if I have the White Pines' burger again, I'll just ask them to skip the raw veggies. Considering the price, I have no serious complaints,  just a few  hassles with eating it.  The French fries which came with the burger were good, freshly fried and crispy.  I would have liked for them to have remained in the fryer a bit longer, but that's purely a personal preference.
 
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I also ordered a Greek salad at 89 baht.  Authentic it wasn't, but still pretty good.  Lettuce isn't part of a traditional Greek salad and the Whites Pines'  version lacked herbs (oregano or mint).  However, it did have more feta cheese and black olives than some so-called Greek salads I've had.  One has to be realistic.  There are very few restaurants in Pattaya that serve anything close to a village-style Greek salad and they charge more than 89 baht.  I regarded the Whites Pines'  salad as "Greek-inspired" rather than Greek and it went down well enough.
 
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Last night I had the pork chop. It was a good chop, cooked properly and with plenty of flavor.  There were again a few minor misses, but nothing serious.  The menu says you have a choice of fries or mashed potatoes, but the mash was finished (I was eating at 11.30 p.m.), so I got fries.  
 
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To ease any disappointment, the lady in the kitchen gave me a free appetizer.  It was basic bruschetta, diced tomatoes and basil dressed with oil and balsamic vinegar on grilled bread.  No surprises in taste and a nice gesture on her part.
 
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I was a bit puzzled when my chop appeared on the table.  There had been a choice of about six sauces and I picked peppercorn.  However, the chop arrived with a little bit of BBQ sauce already on it.  I don't know if that was intentional or a mistake, but the BBQ sauce was damn good and I wish I'd chosen it instead of the peppercorn.
 
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No problem to finish the pork chop; I just wish it had come with mash potatoes.
 
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The interior of Whites Pines is clean and well-lit, which is always a positive factor for me.  The enclosed section doesn't have air conditioning (at least none I could see), but the fans kept the temperature at a comfortable level.
 
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The staff is very welcoming and friendly.  I certainly didn't lack for attention, but I was the only customer.
 
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Bottom line:  As long as White Pines holds its current quality, I, like Gen. MacArthur to the Philippines, shall return.
 
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I apologize for being late with the info about  the special promotion through Nov. 30.

 

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It's located on Soi 14 near the intersection with Soi 15.  If you enter Soi 14 from Pattaya Tai and walk towards WS, White Pines is on your left.

 

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with the exception of the 250 gram sirloin steaks and ribeye steaks we sell at the rockhouse , everything else on the menu is well under 300 b , in fact main meals from 150 b and everything is very good .

the ribeye and sirloins come in at only 315 b as a meal , thats great value too .

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I had one of the October specials at GASCO, the pizza steak hoagie. It was a sizeable sandwich, certainly enough for lunch or dinner.

 

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A generous amount of sliced steak had been fried with onions and sweet peppers, mixed with pizza sauce and topped with mozzarella and a bit of cheddar cheese. 

 

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The hoagie roll was fresh and close in texture to the hoagie rolls from Amoroso's Baking Company in Philadelphia. The traditional hoagie roll is light and airy on the inside, but with a thin, firm crust. 

 

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The bread soaks up the juices from the filling while the crust acts as a barrier against the juices leaking. With an abundance of mozzarella and sliced steak,  I liked the pizza steak hoagie a lot.  I just wish the cook had gone a bit heavier on the oregano so it had had more of a pizza flavor.

 

Bottom line:  I'll be back before the month is out to have another.  I also want to try the tuna sub, but that's more of a takeaway sandwich. 

The Friday special, which had also been the August monthly special, is well worth trying.   It was a barbecue bacon cheeseburger at 195 baht for the single burger or "go Texan" with the double at 345 baht.

 

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"O say can you see ..."  

And I was indeed looking at it in the twilight's last gleaming, although the well-lit interior of GASCO kind of negated that effect.

 

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I have to give the waitress credit for urging me to order the single and not the "go Texan" double. Apparently a lot of customers have trouble finishing the double because it is so filling.

 

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From what I have experienced at GASCO, the management has done its best to instill a spirit of customer service on the staff.  It's service with a smile, but there's also real service behind the smile.   :thumbup

 

The base of the special is a homemade six-ounce patty of 100% ground steak with no filler.

 

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The base rests on a bed of iceberg lettuce, tomato and onion and is topped with two slices of cheddar cheese, a generous strip of streaky bacon and a dollop of homemade spicy barbecue sauce.  

 

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A fresh and lightly toasted sesame roll holds the whole thing together.  I had a small portion of potato salad  (45 baht)  as my side dish.

 

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It all went together very well.  In its price class, it's one of the better burgers I've had in Pattaya.  The beef patty, the bacon strip and the other ingredients were quality stuff.  That's what makes or breaks a burger.

 

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The sauce had a lot of flavor and was quite spicy.  It was fine for me, but I wouldn't have wanted it any spicier. 

 

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 If you are sensitive to capsaicin heat, you might ask for the sauce to be served on the side so you can add as much or little as you choose.

 

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The potato salad was fresh; the potatoes weren't overly cooked and were lightly dressed, which is exactly how I like it. I don't like potato salad that is swimming in mayo.

 

 

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 If you enjoy cheeseburgers, catch the GASCO special on Fridays.

 

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I really like that quote from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and while waiting for my burger, I amused myself by thinking up endings for, "On  Pattaya Talk, there are two types of posters, my friend."  However, I don't think at least one member (and the Mods) would appreciate it if I wrote them out, so I'll keep it as a private chuckle.

 

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The friendliness of the staff at GASCO deserves mention, since that's by no means a given these days in Pattaya.  The manager gave me a warm welcome and the wait were also full of smiles.  GASCO  isn't exaclty serving medicine, but a spoonful of sweetness helps even good food go down.

 

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I also like the classic rock videos they play on the giant TV  at a decent decibel level.  NOT TOO LOUD!    thumbsup.gif   Just as I was finishing my meal, one of my all-time favorite songs came on, Centerfold by the J. Geils Band.

 

 I took that to be a very good omen for the evening to be. I wasn't wrong, but that's a story for another thread.

 

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I get a good feeling from GASCO and I sincerely hope it succeeds.  It's a great addition to the Pattaya food scene.

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