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Dinner at Bangkok Kitchen (long)

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Dinner at Bangkok Kitchen (long)

M. Allen | Mar 21, 2003 02:14 PM

I had a wonderful meal and excellent service at this Thai restaurant in Odenton. There were four of us and we ordered a variety of dishes. For starters we had Kanom Jeep:shrimp and crab meat dumplings; these were tender little morsels that came with a fiery dipping sauce. Tiger Cried: grilled beef skewers; very tender. Came with an excellent dipping sauce, with hints of cilantro, lime and onion. Chicken satay: lightly curried grilled chicken skewers with a nicely spiced peanut dipping sauce. Then we moved onto the main courses. Katiem Pik Thai: garlic and pepper stir fried chicken; good flavor, could have been a little spicier. You can get this dish with either ground or sliced chicken, we opted for sliced. Honey Roast Duck w/ Chili & Basil: delicious, chunks of marinated duck stir fried with chili, onions, and basil leaves. Crispy, but not dried out. The onions in this dish are so soft and flavorful, I could eat them alone on rice. Drunken noodles: wide rice noodles with broccoli, chicken and shrimp. Very good flavor, the noodles were well cooked, not too mushy, the broccoli was crisp tender, and the shrimp were plump and juicy. Pad Thai: a good representation of this standard Thai dish. For dessert we had Mango and Sticky Rice, which was also good. All in all we had throughly delightful meal. I frequent this restaurant because they have good food, excellent service and decent prices. Not much to look at, but well worth checking out.

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