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Pad Thai Narok Tag or Pad Thai hot as hell – Lat Ya road

oktober 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

Most Pad Thai vendors use strong heat, but avoids the full blast whit flames licking the roof, but there are exceptions out there. One of them is Pad Thai Narok Tag, where Narok can be translated as hot has hell. We are talking heat and not spiciness. It’s worth your visit. Pad Thai Narok Tag [Read more]

Yen Ta Fo Wat Khaek in Silom is a decent spot and worth a visit

september 24, 2018 // 0 Comments

The pink noodle soup yen ta fo (yen ta fo) is a popular bowl among locals and you find it all over Bangkok. It gets it color from fermented been curd and not ketchup and tomatoes as some think. At best it’s a fantastic dish, but most vendors serves a rather mediocre bowl or worse, with far [Read more]

Jim Jum Lat Ya is a heaven for Isaan food in Bangkok

september 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

Lat Ya road on the Thon Buri side has a 200 meter stretch where several street food vendors are lined up. Probably the cities best vendor of glass noodles with crab or huge prawns in a small clay- or metal pot (Po/Krung Op Sen Wun), one of the better Pad Thai vendors in town, a variety of Isaan [Read more]

Sai Krok Pla Naem at Mae Lek is a great treat in the Nang Loeng Market

august 29, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Nang Loeng Market in the Nakhon Sawan 6 Alley, a short 10 minutes walk from the Phanfa Bridge Pier, is one of my favorite markets to go to in Bangkok, primarily to dig inn on the great street food. The Sai Krok Pla Naem version served at Mae Lek is a rather rare dish in Bangkok these days, [Read more]

Ruen Mallika is quality food in a traditional and wooden ambiance

august 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

Ruen Mallika is one of those restaurants that turns your mind towards history and Thai traditions as soon as you’re stepping over the doorstep to this almost 200 years old traditional Thai teak house, estimated to be built in King Rama II’s reign. Ruen Mallika is fine dining with an [Read more]

Nai Kim Thong and his beef noodles is worth your visit

august 3, 2018 // 0 Comments

I love beef noodles and Nai Kim Thong’s Beef Noodles in the Phraeng Phuthon road in the Sao Ching Cha is a good choice in that respect. A long standing shophouse with a reputation to protect. A bowl of beef noodles at Nai Kim Thong I have to say it was a lovely bowl, but I did a small mistake [Read more]

Phraeng Phuthon Egg Noodles in a neo classical neighborhood

juli 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Sao Ching Cha area is filled with good eateries, to much for a quick visit. One of them is Phraeng Phuthon Egg Noodles, which has been around for more than 60 years. The char siew (a popular way to flavor and prepare barbecued pork in Cantonese cuisine) is mixed with honey that gives the meat [Read more]

Hokkee Pochana and their five spice goose

juni 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

When I say that the aromatic five spice goose breast is the reason for their local fame, you know there’s Chinese heritage behind the cooking skills. Hokkee Pochana is a shophouse restaurant you don’t know about unless you’re a local or you stumble upon it, like I did, walking [Read more]
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