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Quick Tip: Utayan Thai

This evening, our search for a really good Thai restaurant in Germany finally paid off with Utayan Thai.

The food, well, it was pretty darned good – surpassing anywhere we had gone in Munich. We started with Tom-Kha Goong (coconut soup with prawns) and pork sate (with the best peanut sauce and cucumber salad we have had in ages). Janet had the Gaeng-gari Gai (yellow curry with chicken and vegetables) that was truly out of this world, though I tend to prefer spicier curries. I had the Panang Beef – and the curry was flavorful, spicy and perfect… plus the chopped peanuts just really made the dish. Both of the main dishes were quite large, certainly worth the price.

Four beers, a bottle of water and all of this ran 54 Euros with tip.

Utayan Thai. U-Poststraße. Who doesn’t like a nice Thai?

Posted in Cologne Life, Food.

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