Classic Lucky's Quality

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Re: Classic Lucky's Quality

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PSD-Kiwi wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 1:44 pm
armchairlawyer wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 1:39 pm IMHO, Lucky's is good for meat, salmon,
You're kidding right?
I take it you don't want to come round for dinner then.
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As a foodie I was always shocked to see the low quality of italian foods (at ridicolous prices) available in Cambodia. Do you think there is any market/demand for the real deal? Are you folks out there willing to fork out the extra dolla when it comes to premium quality? Talking about real olive oil (and not the cheap motoroil tasting cheapos available), properly cured original parmesan cheese (and not the fake Kraft shit), mouthwatering mozzarella (and not the sticky glue used to top the pizzas). The list is endless. A purely italian supermarket maybe, do you give that any chance of success?
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Re: Classic Lucky's Quality

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truffledog wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:39 pm As a foodie I was always shocked to see the low quality of italian foods (at ridicolous prices) available in Cambodia. Do you think there is any market/demand for the real deal? Are you folks out there willing to fork out the extra dolla when it comes to premium quality? Talking about real olive oil (and not the cheap motoroil tasting cheapos available), properly cured original parmesan cheese (and not the fake Kraft shit), mouthwatering mozzarella (and not the sticky glue used to top the pizzas). The list is endless. A purely italian supermarket maybe, do you give that any chance of success?
just order from villa market in Bangkok>> an have it shipped over. add 25% on top
https://shoponline.villamarket.com/home
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Re: Classic Lucky's Quality

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phuketrichard wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:50 pm
truffledog wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:39 pm As a foodie I was always shocked to see the low quality of italian foods (at ridicolous prices) available in Cambodia. Do you think there is any market/demand for the real deal? Are you folks out there willing to fork out the extra dolla when it comes to premium quality? Talking about real olive oil (and not the cheap motoroil tasting cheapos available), properly cured original parmesan cheese (and not the fake Kraft shit), mouthwatering mozzarella (and not the sticky glue used to top the pizzas). The list is endless. A purely italian supermarket maybe, do you give that any chance of success?
just order from villa market in Bangkok>> an have it shipped over. add 25% on top
https://shoponline.villamarket.com/home
I am talking one (or even two) notches up in quality. The prices for the italian selection in the above shop is outrageous..selection very limited..and quality (very) low.
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