Went to Wat Buddhanusorn again hoping to try the monkfish dish and roti again but found out that they only make those dishes on special days. On Sun. July 13 when I went it was Asalha Puja Day, Buddhist Lent.
So today (7/27/03)they only had a few offerings. Since they have less choices they took cash and didn't have tokens.
pad thai ($5) it was fresh, made-to-order w/ tofu, some shrimp(tasted dry),onions and noodles. You can add your own hot pepper flakes, peanuts, lime after it's cooked.
also tried my friend's dish of papaya salad. I thought it was quite tasty w/ shredded papaya, some cherry tomatoes. Not too spicy because my friend doesn't like spicy.
A dessert my friend bought was: sticky rice w/ sweet banana inside wrapped in a tied banana leaf. It was tasty-kind of like a warm slice of banana bread.
These are the 2003 upcoming events that will have more offerings of food:
Sun. Aug 10-The Queen's birthday Celebration
Sun. Sept 14-Buddhist Memorial Service for the departed.
Sun. Oct 12-The end of Buddhist Lent, King Rama V Memorial Day
Sun. Nov 2, Kathin & Loy Kratong Ceremonies
Sun. Dec 7-The King's Birthday Celebration
Dec 25-31, 7-day year-end meditation retreat
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