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Khao Moo Daeng Pathom Lert Rod

desember 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

I have to admit that I tend to like some of these smaller vendors far into the more narrow streets (Soi) in Bangkok. Pathom Lert Rod is one of them, serving delicious Khao Moo Daeng (rice with barbecued red pork). On top they throw in pieces of delicious chinese sausage (kun chiang). And this [Read more]

Fantastic boat noodles in the middle of Bangkok

oktober 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

The boat noodles (kaui ciao) at Doy Kuai Tiao Neua is amazingly good, packed with flavors. I guarantee it will surpass even your wildest expectations. And it’s only a 8-10 minutes walk from the Victory Monument. But honestly, I would be willing to walk a couple of hours if needed just to [Read more]

Jakkee close to Victory Monument is about excellence

september 20, 2015 // 0 Comments

Jakkee, close to Victory Monument has long traditions, has Chinese roots and is filled with regulars and few others. Some of them living hours away, running their own restaurant and eat here at least once when going to Bangkok for the monthly shopping. There is of course a reason to it, Jakkee [Read more]

Boat Noodle Alley at Victory Monument

mai 23, 2015 // 0 Comments

Boat noodles is a Bangkok experience worth checking out. They serve them all over town, but few spots are more known then Boat Noodle Alley just north of the Victory Monument. Several vendors are situated along the small canal, and it’s 10-12 Bath a bowl. Some of them even have a bonus, eat [Read more]

Chicken rice – Jae Wa is the short answer

mai 2, 2015 // 1 Comment

Jae Wa has been around for less than 20 years, but is certainly a contender to serving the best khao man gai (oily rice with chicken) in Bangkok. A lovely dish at it’s best, but terrible boring most places, due to a number of possible pitfalls. In 2011 CNN listed it as number 45 on the [Read more]
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