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Nai Meng Noodles in 183 Silom road is good comfort food

juni 23, 2018 // 0 Comments

Some say Nai Meng Noodles next to the Silom Complex Shopping Mall serves the best ba mee (egg noodles) in town. I don’t agree with that, but they certainly serve you a very good bowl. The noodles are home made and they know how to cook it. The add-ons comes in numerous alternative. aIf [Read more]

Khin Lom Chom Sa Phan is ambience with forgettable food

juni 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

The best thing to be said about Khin Lom Chom Sa Phan, situated on the Chao Phrayo riverside, is the view towards Rama VIII bridge late in the evening. It comes with a nice breeze to cool you off in the evenings. The food on the other hand is a rather different story. View from the terrace at [Read more]

Biryani and other Muslim dishes at Aisa Rot Dee

mai 31, 2018 // 0 Comments

While Khao San Road is a stay away area if you want quality food, the area around the famous party street has something to offer for empty stomachs. The food court-style Aisa Rot Dee is one of the places to check out, a good place for Thai-Muslim food. Unpretentious and yummy flavors. Khao Mok [Read more]

Kobe beef noodles at Rai Tiem Taan in the Ratchawat area

mai 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

Some street food vendors take a fancy approach to their offerings. The approach to Neua Wooah Rai Tiem Taan to the classical bowl of beef noodles is using pieces of marbled kobe beef. The stock itself is a rather light broth, contrary to the murky stock served at many other beef noodle vendors, [Read more]

Porn Lamai – Legendary street stall continues to deliver

mai 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

Porn Lamai is a legendary street food vendor. A volcanic hot plate is put in front of you before they start pouring the gravy over a stir-fried egg where it all continues to cook. It’s fancy, it looks good and the rad na phu khao fai tastes great. In addition, Porn Lamai is a rather [Read more]

Xia Hu Chalam in Chinatown is great fish maw and Hong Kong Noodles

april 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Xia Hu Chalam (or Xie Shark Fin) along Yaowarat road, just outside Haki Lim Hieng and close to the old market, is my first stop this evening after returning to Bangkok’s Chinatown. A centrally located street stall reputed for it’s fish maw, and they deliver. For a good number of seconds [Read more]

Eiah-Sae – an atmospheric tribute to the Yaowaratians

april 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

Eiah-Sae is a legendary family-run coffee spot in Bangkok’s Chinatown, having served it’s usual suspects since 1927. In short, Eiah-Sae is a symbol of the former Yaowaratians, a local gathering spot for the elderly Thai-Chinese people, and also a tribute to the local community. [Read more]

Baan Phadthai in Bangrak is loaded with atmosphere

mars 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

Baan Phadthai (The House of Phad Thai) in Soi 44 in Bang Rak has a charming, almost colonial style to it. Colors and interior makes a very pleasant harmony with a lovely atmosphere, especially when it is dark outside. The plates of Pad Thai is both good and bad, depending on your choice of [Read more]
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