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The Pewter Plate (Berwickshire)

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The Pewter Plate, 12 Murray Street, Duns, Berwickshire TD11 3DE,
Scotland.

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      08.10.2008 23:14

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      Tastes vary - but this place is definitely worth a try.

      I agree with the other reviewer - this is a very rare and surprising find in a small Scottish town. The Thai food is marvellous, and the standard British fare can't be faulted. Sawnee (sp?) and her staff couldn't be more helpful, and the atmosphere is friendly. Worth travelling a few miles to try. They do takeways and sit-down meals, and a Sunday buffet (which I haven't tried yet).

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      Passing through Duns without time to stop the other evening, I invested in a couple of takeaway meals from the Pewter Plate / Siamese Kitchen. They were well up to the standard of the table-served meals, and a little cheaper too. Phoning ahead had the meal waiting for me when I called.

      I should also comment on the one thing this restaurant lacks - piped musak. And all the better for it too - I've lost count of the otherwise excellent restaurants I haven't returned to because of mindless background noise. So if you're one of the many people who seem to be addicted to noise these days, this place may not be for you.

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      08.10.2008 03:03

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      This is now a Thai restaurant, operating as the Siamese Kitchen when it serves Thai food. But it's still know as the Pewter Plate when it serves traditional British fare. For a small town, this is a nice, friendly place, and not too expensive. The Thai food is excellent, and the staff couldn't be more friendly.

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