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I don't really take spicy and sourish foods so I ordered the olive fried rice (Khao Ob Nam Leab) instead of having tom yum with rice like what my dining companion ordered. The olive fried rice is fried with chicken meat as well as black olives. It is interesting that I do not like eating black olives, but when it is fried together with the rice, somehow the taste is much more appealing and tasty. The grains of rice are all separate and not clumpy and it is very tasty even though it is just rice.
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I don't really take spicy and sourish foods so I ordered the olive fried rice (Khao Ob Nam Leab) instead of having tom yum with rice like what my dining companion ordered. The olive fried rice is fried with chicken meat as well as black olives. It is interesting that I do not like eating black olives, but when it is fried together with the rice, somehow the taste is much more appealing and tasty. The grains of rice are all separate and not clumpy and it is very tasty even though it is just rice. The pieces of chicken meat in the rice are also tender and well seasoned, though I would prefer if they add more chicken as I find the portion of chicken to be quite little. For those who love spice, there is also a saucer of chili which you can add to your rice to make it spicier.
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