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    living in the south east, we don't have many thai shops around us unless we fancy a trip to london.Are there any thai grocery stores that do a delivery service?
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    living in the south east, we don't have many thai shops around us unless we fancy a trip to london.Are there any thai grocery stores that do a delivery service?
    cheers

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    Hi

    We have used http://www.thai4uk.com/ a couple of times. Service is good and there are one or two offers if you buy in bulk. Postage & packing charges have to be taken into account, so best to buy as much as you can in ne go rather than buy small quantities regularly.

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    We use them too.
    There fresh Vegetables are very good.
    All the best
    Toi & Ian

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    Originally posted by Zim:
    living in the south east, we don't have many thai shops around us unless we fancy a trip to london.Are there any thai grocery stores that do a delivery service?
    cheers
    Whereabouts?

    The Wing Yip in Croydon is excellent. There's also a small Wing Tai in Crown Hill Croydon which stocks Chinese/Thai food.


    Nick

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    Postage & packing charges have to be taken into account, so best to buy as much as you can in ne go rather than buy small quantities regularly.
    Not necessarily... They charge £4.50 for standard delivery for up to 20 kilos. You'll soon pay that if you're travelling any distance and have to pay car parking as well.
    For example I found myself in Nottingham today,but if I'd travelled specifically to Hansons,it would have cost £4.49 (36 miles plus 70p car parking).
    Of which,I would no longer recommend Hansons for thai produce. Previously they had a very good selection of lobo sauces,mae ploy pastes,chilli sauces and some indonesian/phillipines stuff. Today they only have 3 types of lobo sauce mixes (not the ones I use ),no fish sauce,no sambal oelek,only green curry paste and Chang beer was £1.25 a small bottle.

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    Id rather be collecting my groceries in Thailand.

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    Zim
    There's a shop in Dartford lowfield street that stocks Thai products he also has a big book with Thai products in it which he can get hold of my wife is always in there, also we use see woo in Charlton and there's a place in Gravesend which stock lot's of Thai product's in Peacock street.
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    yes we have used thai4uk a few times and found them to be ok

    luckily we have a few decent asian supermarkets around the middlesbrough area, so its quite good for food supplies.

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