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Chinatown street food – a paradise for foodies part I

november 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

King Rama I made Chinatown a center already in 1782. Today as before, a beautiful continuous line, bustling with activity, crowded with people, a colorful commercial hub, and of course, a foodies paradise. This is where you want to squeeze down just one more serving, after your stomach reached [Read more]

Thai Charoen in Chinatown serves delicious home made food

september 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

Thai Charoen was another one of those coincidences. I walked around in Chinatown, along Charoen Krung Road, and spotted some colorful squids on display. Of course I got curious, as I love squid, but the strange thing is that I have walked the road plenty of times. I have no idea why I [Read more]

Odean – a story of misspelling and crab meat

mai 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Thailand is famous for their many ways of writing the same word. Of course when using the latin alphabet (modern english). Chicken becomes both gai and kai or some other personal choice. Odean restaurant was meant to be Odeon and named after the more famous Odeon circle, a roundabout with [Read more]

Laap Paak – cheating on your diet

mai 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

A hearty hour or cheating on your diet regime. Both options are available at Laap Paak. And they have a backyard on the doorstep to MRT station Hua Lamphong. In other words last stop before Chinatown and Yaowarat Road, a 10 minute walk away. Interior of Laap Paak The backyard isn’t huge, but [Read more]

Double Dogs Tea Room in Bangkok is my cup of tea

februar 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

Chinatown in Bangkok can certainly be a bit hectic at times, and sometimes rather chaotic to be honest. The area is filled with delicious food vendors, shopping options, culture and a vibe that can be quite cool at times. Culturally stimulating and physically exhausting could be a proper [Read more]

Photo Essay on street food in Bangkok

desember 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

During the project of eating my way true Bangkok, I have both been tipped and have stumbled over quite some noteworthy street food vendors. Sometimes the faces have been there for a lifetime, sometimes the face belong to the third generation, cooking the speciality of their grand parents. The same [Read more]

Traditional and full flavored food at Khao Tom Jay Suay

desember 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

Khao tom or boiled rice is excellent in combination with a a set of other dishes. It normally comes in small bowls with a watery rice. I have a couple of favourites when it comes to khao tom restaurants in Bangkok, one in the Thong Lor area and this one, Khao Tom Jay Suay, in Chinatown. It’s [Read more]

A grumpy auntie and fried noodles with chicken

desember 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

No phone number, no reservations and no name. Just a hard working husband, a grumpy auntie and a daughter, hidden away in one of those tiny alleyways you normally just pass by. Unless you know what meets you inside. They have no name but prefer to call themselves «Golden Wok Chicken [Read more]

Excellent stuffed flat noodles along Yaowarat road – Guaythiew Lod

november 26, 2015 // 1 Comment

One of Chinatown’s better street food stalls is to be found close to the design hotel Shanghai Mansion on Yaowarat Road. They have a very good fish maw soup too, but stuffed flat noodles with pork is the dish to choose if you only have room for one dish. The rice noodles comes with bean [Read more]

Jek Pui – Delicious curry and a temple on the go

november 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

If you stroll along the beginning of Mangkorn Road, close to the famous Leng Noei Yi Temple in Chinatown, you will be surprised by a crowd of people queuing or sitting on small, red plastic chairs without a table. That’s Jek Pui and you should do as the locals, find yourself a red chair [Read more]
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