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Nahm is good food for a much to high price tag

august 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Australian chef David Thomson deserves a lot of cred and respect for what he has done to put light on traditional Thai food. His Nahm restaurant in Bangkok serves plates and bowls from different regions of Thailand. The food at Nahm Bangkok is good, but overall not exceptional and the price [Read more]

Roti Mataba – perfect roti on historic ground

desember 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

Sometimes 70 years of practice can be tasted. Roti-Mataba is a small Muslim restaurant in Banglamphu district that opened their doors in 1943. They still make a difference on their good days. A blend of Indian, Thai and Malaysian tastes. An added bonus is the Phra Sumen Fort, built in 1783 to [Read more]

T&K Seafood praised by Lonely Planet is a flaw

august 13, 2015 // 1 Comment

T&K Seafood have for more than 10 years been recommended by Lonely Planet when you’re in for some serious seafood in Bangkoks’ Chinatown. What a lie it is. It’s one of my worst seafood meals ever, and I’m not just talking about Bangkok. It’s just the biggest [Read more]

A naked room and good food at Chairoj

juli 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

Chairoj is probably the most minimalistic shop house restaurant I have ever visited. It’s as naked as it can be, except for the table and chairs. The atmosphere has never been an issue here. They make food and serve it. Nothing more, nothing less. But the food is good. The pale yellowish and [Read more]

Tom Yam Kung – Excellence at Mitr Ko Yuan

mars 27, 2015 // 5 Comments

Few dishes and even fewer soups, if any, are as good as Tom Yam Kung, the famous Thai shrimp soup. Unfortunately there are quite some pit falls in making it. Mitr Ko Yuan avoids them all. The soup is delicious and tasty with a good acidity base. One of the better once in town. The owner does his [Read more]
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