Not having had Greek food in ages, I decided to drag the wife, who is Thai and resists all foreign cuisines (except KFC) along to El Greco for lunch. She had chicken satay which she found tasty enough. I pigged out on imam bayaldi, a plate of tzatziki and a large horiatiki salad. The imam seemed to based on courgettes, rather than the usual aubergine, but it was none the less delicious. The pita and tzatziki counteracted the imam's inherent greasiness effectively. The horiatiki was wonderfully evocative of days spent on the Greek seafront decades ago. The bill came to 610 baht. This was quite a lot by Thai standards, especially since we drank water. But it was money well spent. The memories were successfully reawakened.
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