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leeds
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Can anyone give me a rough idea of eating in a local Thai restaurant

Ie beer , wine , soup , pad Thai , main courses ?

Many thanks

cli
Hua Hin, Thailand
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100 Baht upwards for food and 45 Baht upwards for your beer.

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in good restaurant,

Ie beer : THB. 80-120 , wine THB. 300-500 per glass , soup THB. 80-120 , pad Thai THB. 80-150 , main courses THB. 80-250?

The price is just in approximate, it's up to the location and how famous the restaurant and so on.

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£12 for a glass of wine?

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Wine is expensive in Thailand. In some places you may be able to get a 12 cl glass of some obscure house wine for 180 baht, though.

Note that Thai restaurants serving mostly locals sell beer in 660 ml bottles which then are poured into glasses and typically ice is added. Our closest restaurant in an eastern suburb of Bangkok charges 85 baht for such a large bottle of Singha lager and 20 baht for a bucket of ice.

Steamed rice normally needs to be ordered separately, costing 20-30 baht per bowl which is usually enough for a single person.

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Is it OK for we farangs to take the ice offered in bars and reaturants?

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Ice is no problem.

Wine per glass can be from B 120 , there is plenty of cheap / reasonable priced food all over Hua Hin

Edited: 05 March 2013, 11:47
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Alex

You can also buy wine in Tesco/Lotus fairly cheaply if u want to keep some in your room.

Kind regards

Jim

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Thanks Jim, My wife and I like our bottle of wine with our meal when eating out but it looks like we may have to limit this in Thailand. ;o)

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We are big wine drinkers but with the cost in Thailand being so prohibitive

have just turned to beer - actually with the heat of Thailand - beer is preferable - seems more enjoyable even with our meals.

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as the weather so warm, drinking beer is the make sense to do, but you would like a glass of white or rose better buy from the supermarket and enjoy into your hotel room balcony

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