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m0ntecarl0
11th May 2011, 10:59
Can someone please confirm the translation / pronunciation for the 99 THB Buffet that one can attend in LOS.........do the Thai's call it Moo Kata?

Moo presumably being Pig - what is Kata?

Our one in Kalasin in 99 THB for adults, although a friend recently went to one in Bangkok and paid 118 THB.....:eek:

Wolfy
11th May 2011, 11:39
Moo kata means BBQ Pork. Straight from the horses mouth (though she wouldn't thank me for saying that)

Doggsy
11th May 2011, 15:30
with the kata being the dish within which you cook the food.

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maokaang
11th May 2011, 17:27
หมูกระทะ - moo kratha (pork)
เนื้อกระทะ - nuea kratha (beef)

http://www.thailand-uk.com/forums/showthread.php?9365-MK-Thailand&p=107369&viewfull=1#post107369

Phetchy
11th May 2011, 18:21
with the kata being the dish within which you cook the food.

Or if you can't get one, the hub cap off a Morris Minor will do.

Ally
11th May 2011, 20:40
Well my translation would be "pig (in a) pan" หมูกระทะ
หมู Moo = pig
กระทะ grata = pan

Ally

johnb
11th May 2011, 21:36
In Surin we call that a Korean BBQ.
JohnB

robert1
12th May 2011, 17:25
Now i am hungry

in manchester they are for sale at the thai shop in china town (at least they were when i lived there.) and you can combine them with one of those travel gaz stoves in a suitcase (works with those about 1l gaz bottles) that they sell at wing yip

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