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Herring (Haring) In Thailand

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Craving for some Dutch food I came across a friendly Dutch guy in Hua-Hin that imports haring from the Netherlands!

Had him send a couple to me in Isaan (by night bus) and man, picked it up at the bus station (still frozen) and an hour later I was in (Dutch) heaven.

White bread from Laos, herring sprinkled with some fine cut onions... wow.

 

Don't know if anyone is interested and don't know if I can post the link.

 

Regards,

 

Nongsung

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Hi,

 

Not a fan of 'haring', but did have a 'broodje gerookte paling' at the Green Parrot last Friday. Not cheap, but totally worth it!

 

Post the link though I'd say.

 

Sanuk!

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if only he imported frikandellen and kroketten :p

 

Well, I could suggest that to him, who knows?

 

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Strangely enough out here in rural Vietnam the best western food I can get is at a place called "Dutch Hotel". As the name says it is a Hotel with a Dutch twist, the Vietnamese owners spent many years in the Netherlands before returning to Vietnam a couple of years ago and opening the place.

 

I like the Gehakbellen and the Slavink always preceded by a bowl of Snert and a couple of slices of wentelteffjes

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Well, I could suggest that to him, who knows?

there is a Dutch bar in Huahin that serves frikandellen and kroketten, hence someone must import it :)

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I know, the owners of the green parrot had partnered with a belgium guy whom did it. But there was a foulup somewhere along the line and now they are barely available. I used to buy them by the box from them :p

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so heering is eaten in the nordics, germany & NETHERLANDS, but NOT the UK am I right?

 

thus quite many restaurants to source from e.g. in bkk stable lodge sukumviot soi8 :)

there is 'frikadeller' too :))

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