As you know, I lived and worked as an English teacher in Thailand for ten months in 1969. It was there that I was exposed to Thai cuisine. I learned to enjoy it very much.
So, it was no surprise that David and I found ourselves at Thai Issan Cuisine a few days ago. It’s located in the Pearl Kai Shopping Mall, which has ample free parking:
These are photos of David and me inside the clean, air conditioned restaurant. Unfortunately, I forgot to use the flash, so the photos are dark:
We started with the combination appetizer platter (chicken satay, fish patties, fried calamari, spring rolls, sweet sour sauce, and cucumber):
Then, there was the pineapple curry with chicken. At this point, the sticky rice arrived, and we could spoon the curry on top of the rice:
David likes cashew nuts, so we ordered beef with cashew nuts:
That concluded our delicious Thai lunch. We dine at this restaurant quite frequently, because the food is so good.