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Offline Georgie

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« on: April 09, 2017 »
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  • Due out next week and know it s sad but who recommends what Indian resaurent for a good evening or a take away to collect or deliver to your apartment

    Nice feedback please

    Offline magsnmike

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  • Maya is lovely opposite Barcelo Santiago. 

    Offline frogeddy

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  • Bobby's in Puerto Santiago is very good.

    Offline el presidente

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  • Why not try the Thai restaurant 'Mika & Mum' next door to Am Eck in Playa Arena?
    As well as Thai they do excellent Indian curry.

    Offline linda

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  • Is that what used to be Juan lamas.mayas by Barcelona was good don't do Indian when in Tenerife except if someone wants to go.

    Offline el presidente

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  • linda
    Yes....used to be Juan Lanas

    Offline tomfer

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  • Hi. Bobby's was excellent, but I believe the chef has gone. New guy, after bad start, is ok. Mayas is also ok but that is all. Jill, of Old Dogs, says place in Calle Salvajue is superb. But a bit too far away for a carry out.

    Offline tomfer

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  • Me again. Sorry for mis-spelling. It is calle salveje. Oops.

    Offline Georgie

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  • We love thai food and have never seen this restaurant

    Is it new or have we just missed it

    Offline will

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  • We have visited Maya's a number of times recently.The meal has been excellent and with good service.I admit the decor could be a little better but we have always left knowing we will go back.

    Offline el presidente

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  • Georgie,
    Its been there for about 18 months, but does not promote itself very well. It is very quiet so you get the full attention of Mika, the owner.
    It is the only authentic Thai restaurant in this area.

    Offline janey

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  • Mica and mum is great.  she doesnt promote herself well at all, but, never heard any complaints. its all word of mouth. thai restaurant.  worth looking it out.