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Thursday, August 12, 2004, 9:35 PM

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Nibbana, Bellevue, WA, February 14, 2004 It's amazing how many little Thai restaurants litter the east side of Seattle. On this day Alex and I decided to stop by another one - Nibbana, A Thai Cookery. I'm not sure if you can use the word "cookery" that way, but I got the message - Thai food inside. We were in a hurry so we just ordered a couple of dishes - Deep-Fried Spicy Chicken, Garlic Prawns, and some Chicken Satay. The food was decent - fresh flavors, spicy and not overdone. We also had some chicken soup which had a hint of flavor that was similar to my grandmother's chicken soup. (My eternal quest to replicate my grandmother's chicken soup is a story for another time.) The veggies at Nibbana were also crunchy. Nibbana was decent, a fine place for lunch, but I still am hunting for world class Thai somewhere within driving distance of where I live.

 

 


 

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