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Posted by polloelastico on 24 August 2015 - 09:10 AM
I'm not into Prohibition cosplay so I'm not a good person to answer this, but they appear to be made with ingredients using methods.
Posted by EvaB on 28 May 2015 - 11:14 PM
Or go to Cool Moon for Sorbet where all the flavors are made with real fruit or juice, and no artificial flavors or colors.
Yeah, chalk one up for shameless self promotion ; )
Posted by Jill-O on 23 February 2015 - 11:26 AM
Thanks, I really appreciate it...that was the hardest post I have ever had to write for this board.
Posted by polloelastico on 20 February 2015 - 07:17 PM
Reading into the subtext of this final thread she started, it appears at the end she wanted to be true to herself. We chase culinary pleasures, however fleeting and capricious they prove to be. To do so is to be alive. I think ultimately this is a big part of why the majority of the people on this board read and contribute. That you posted this announcement on this thread is fitting. Thank you Jill for the kind and bittersweet tribute.
Posted by ariel88 on 28 December 2014 - 01:21 PM
We went for dim sum just a few weekends ago and also felt like they were on top of their game. Really enjoyed the har gow, hum bao, and the sui mai. At first I was surprised that they only had 2 carts (one steam cart, one with metal shelves), but once I saw it in action, there's just no way for more than two carts to maneuver in that space.
Also, John Gorham was waiting to get in for at least 30 min before we left. Can anyone say irony?
Posted by crepeguy on 05 June 2014 - 07:19 PM
Then again, I have hundreds of friends and acquaintances in the industry and it's pretty easy to avoid bad spots through their recommendations, so I honestly don't remember the last time I've had a less than great experience when eating out.
That sounds idyllic. . . I guess some guys have all the luck.
Posted by FoodKid on 04 December 2013 - 05:07 PM
I figure I'll have to check it out if it's good enough to get Crunchysue to delurk after two years.
Posted by mikeczyz on 22 July 2013 - 09:40 AM
Just a heads up for all of you on how it went.
Left airport, walked to MAX and arrived downtown PDX around 9:30. Walked to Tasty and Alder. Lovely time. Left around 10:15. Walked to Kenny and Zukes for a few slices of pastrami, also went to Nong's for an order of Khao Man Gai for the plane. 2 shots at Courier. Made it back to PDX airport at around 11:15. Flight left an hour later. A little rushed, but entirely possible to enjoy downtown PDX on a 4 hour layover.
Posted by joburn on 14 February 2013 - 05:07 PM
Because I could walk to it and was bummed when her deal for it fell through! And if anyone can lift the curse....
Posted by pwillen1 on 13 January 2013 - 08:20 AM
Posted by Quo Vadis on 15 December 2012 - 02:11 PM
Thank you for the warm welcome. Hopefully get the word out, Bamboo thai get some exposure for new clients. www.bamboo-thai.com
Richard- Bamboo Thai
Hi Richard! I'm the one that messaged you on Yelp.
In this forum you will find people who are very comfortable with and familiar with Asian cuisines.
I saw you mention somewhere else that you're curious about what dishes people want from Thai food.
What many people on this forum tend to like are unusual and/or "authentic" dishes.... things like street foods, home style cooking and such.
Whereas downtown and business lunch crowds tend to want familiar somewhat Americanised basics or strong flavors toned down the people you'll speak to here are more likely to want to taste things that are made the way you think they should be made.
Chang Mai and PaaDee are a couple places I think do this very well.
Your space looks lovely by the way.
Congratulations on your opening.
Posted by polloelastico on 03 May 2015 - 10:09 AM