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March 18, 2006
We also ordered a combo of roast duck and Chinese BBQ pork, a side of garlic green noodles, a watermelon shake, and a beer. Our waitress took our order via a handheld wireless device to process and bill our order. The waitress didn't speak English, friendly, it was easy enough with the menu in English and big photos showing what we would get. The roast duck and Chinese BBQ pork looked like it's been cooked or sitting in the heat too long but still tasty, the items for the soup, especially the fish shaped salmon, were all quite good. The garlic noodles were much too strong in the garlic taste, and could have done without it. Our waitress failed to entered my request for the watermelon shake, so it didn't appear till I asked about it. Order the items for the soup when there's more than one person, otherwise it'll be too much food, though they may suggest or point to items not so filling if by yourself. I'm not a hot-pot fan, but this place makes it enjoyable, it's a fun place to go and dine with friends and family.
From journal BKK
San Francisco, California
May 3, 2005
It takes a bit of courage to eat from these vendors, but they are a step up from the street vendors.
From journal Life in Bangkok
Mont Albert North, undefined, Australia
September 13, 2003
Restaurants and fast food outlets could also be found on other levels, and the food court was on one of the upper levels. Worth hunting for it, as the price and variety was good.
Food was tasty and cheap, and the food court seemed clean enough to take a chance. We also found real coffee in a coffee shop on yet another level ... MBK is large! The hotel, alas, had not quite mastered the art. Acceptable, but the cinamon stick added little!
I used the rule of thumb and chose a meal that had to be cooked at high temperature in oil. Basically a stir fry with duck as the main ingredient. My wife made a similar choice. From there, it was off to the cinema (also in MBK).
From journal A Taste of Thai Hospitality
January 18, 2003
If you have to wait for a table, go and check out the stalls on the lower levels of the shopping center. I bought several pairs of great shoes for A$10 (US$5) each!
From journal A Week in Bangkok
June 22, 2002
From journal Sizzling Bangkok