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Jiew Look Chin Pla (Sri Yan)

juni 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

I’m always eager to find new areas to eat and to discover new vendors and dishes. I stayed a couple of weeks in the Sri Yan area to investigate offerings along Nakorn Chaisi road that also passes through the Ratchawat area. Both Sri Yan and Ratchawat have their decent food markets, but they [Read more]

Good Duck at Prachak Pet Yang in Bang Rak

juni 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

Charoen Krung Road near Robinson shopping center in Bang Rak has quite a few vendors for duck. Prachak Pet Yang is a favorite by many in the area. From the newspaper and magazine reviews plastered on the wall, I’m not the only one that enjoys my visit here. Established in 1909 means a [Read more]

The real deal at Lan Shell Shuan Shim

mai 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

There are still some vendors out there delivering the real thing. Most noodle vendors today use meatballs from large factories to limit costs and to stay competitive price wise. But at Lan Shell Shuan Shim, you are offered the real thing. A delicious noodle soups, either with homemade pork balls or [Read more]

Northern Thai style noodles at Khao Soi Chiang Mai

april 25, 2017 // 0 Comments

Khao Soi is a curry and noodle soup from the north of Thailand. It’s a dish with Burmese influences. Bangkok have a few vendors selling this dish, often with other northern Thai-style dishes on the menu. Only few of them are any good in comparison with resto’s up north, but Khao Soi [Read more]

Mango at Mae Varee in soi Thong Lor is a delight not to be missed

april 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

It might not be correct to label Mae Varee as an institution in Bangkok, with almost 25 years on their back, but most Bangkokian’s have heard about them. They sell different types of mango at different prices and personally I find it worth paying the extra bath for the best quality, even if [Read more]

Best Thai food – Suki Haeng at Sor Na Wang

mars 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

There is plenty of Thai food you rarely see on the menu in Europe or the US. The very tasty Suki Haeng comes high on that list. Don’t ask me why, it’s a puzzle I don’t have the answer to. Suki Haeng is the «dry» fried version of Sukiyaki (hot pot), basically [Read more]

A cool vibe and good beer at Good Story

februar 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

Some places just have a cool vibe to it. Good Story close to Phra Sumen Fort is one of them. It’s a chameleon, with a changing attitude depending on when you show up. The typical daytime visitor come for a lunch time bite, jut a coffee and a chat, or a refreshing bottle from their [Read more]

Rungrueang (Rung Ruang) is great noodles in Soi 26

februar 19, 2017 // 0 Comments

Once upon a time the two noodle stalls next to each other, 150 meters into Sukhumvit Soi 26, used to be one stand. When the original owner died, his two sons took over and expanded the place. Then they started a family quarrel, resulting in a wall being built between them. Both stalls is named [Read more]

Kuay Jab Nam Sai in Rang Nam

februar 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

The kuay jab nam sai (noodles in broth) restaurant in Soi Rang Nam has more than 10 years on it’s back. The soup has a peppery spiciness and a rich garlicky aroma. Not for the faint of heart, a full order of kuay jab here includes pork maw, entrails, liver, heart, tongue, crispy pork and [Read more]

Bangkok’s Vietnamese Sunday morning market

januar 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Vietnamese Sunday morning market is small, but a charming one with welcoming people and a couple of characters to make an impression. One of the best ways to discover local food is to search up the local markets. And with local food comes local ingredients and local culture. Most of us eat two [Read more]
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