Discussion in 'Restaurants and Places to eat in Surin' started by Cent, Feb 25, 2019.
I didn’t realise you were from Louisiana
Okeedokee....keep well in mind this thread is about Aspara Restaurant opening soon.
I'll back off.
I'm talking of my druthers, not what would go over well here or what Thais like.
And since when did the title of the thread dictate the direction of the conversation on this forum?
Is it still operating?
With Roland in charge?
More from Apsara Restuarant menu items.
Chinese braised pork belly.
Royal Tom yum.
and seared tuna.
Nice white plates for photos too.
Apparently a busy day at Aspara.
(I can't wait for carpaccio.)
I can't see the Thais going for that Tom Yam.
Looks great, hope old mate goes well.
That seared tuna is probably the smallest dish I’ve ever seen
Some pics of the soon to open Apsara Restaurant. Nicely done.
Good luck to Francois and Pat in their new venture. The food looks very enticing and we'll try it as soon as we know it's open.
The Beach has some good food - especially the steak - but it isn't a venue that's designed for families, and definitely not Thai families. If it was, we'd be there much more often. Let's see how the Aspara will fare.
From all the advance promo photos it indeed appears to be a very bold undertaking.
Aspara will join upscale Celebrate Thai Restaurant & Bakery and Oshenei Japanese Restaurant literally less than 25 metres from karaoke shoppes.
(By the way they were wearing red last night.)
From Francois and Cyril:
We have the pleasure to announce the soft opening of Apsara Monday 25. All food items will be discounted at half price. Service will start at 6.30 until 10 pm. We will only do one sitting, so the number of guests will be limited at 38. We hope to see you and that you will enjoy the food and the company.
The Apsara team.
Do we know the full prices which will be discounted at half price?
I'm not sure if the full prices have been published yet.
The prices were on their Facebook page, left hand side menu.
If the cookings as good as the photos it will suit me
Do you have a link to their Farcebook page Colin?
Aspara's FB page has images of the dishes, and also the menu here: https://www.facebook.com/Apsara-Surin-264869371079785/menu/
I just put in Apsara Surin in Facebook search and it came right up. Even had pictures of all the dishes so I could understand and also a map how to get there which I nearly understood
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