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Stunningly good Tom Yam Pork Noodle at Zaew in Sukhumvit Soi 49

november 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

Sometimes, when visiting a new stall or hole in the wall, I just have to close my eyes after the first spoonful, realizing the old school superiority to most new slurps or bites in town. And Zaew in 1/5 Sukhumvit Soi 49 is one of those odd spots delivering far beyond expectations. I just need to [Read more]

Innovative Yen Ta Fo at Thi Yen Ta Fo in Maha Chai Road

august 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

Yen Ta Fo is a favorite dish of mine. It’s fish balls, it’s tofu, it’s deep fried garlic, squid, noodles, crunchy deep-freid wonton, a handful stems of blanched morning glory and a funky and almost sexy red sauce that gets it’s beautiful color from the slightly sweet [Read more]

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]

Jay Jia Yen Ta Fo – Rama IV

februar 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

Few soups are more colorful than Thailand’s famous yen ta fo. The pinkish-red pickled bean curd (tofu), together with the ingredients makes it the sexiest dish in the country. Experiencing a yen ta fo as served at Jay Jia Yen Ta Fo, close to MRT Sam Yan Station (Metro), can give you an [Read more]

Chicken wing soup with cowslip flowers – a treat not to miss

oktober 12, 2015 // 2 Comments

Braised chicken wing is definitively tasty stuff. Not to forget the drumsticks, in other words the more boney parts. Guaytiaw Pik Gai Sai Nampung is one of the best Thai food vendors in the Asok area, well known for their chicken wing soup (Gow Low Pik Gai) sprinkled with cowslip flowers (dok [Read more]

Yen Ta Fo at Sala Daeng Soi 2 (Convent road)

juni 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

Yen ta fo is an underestimated dish among foreigners, or farangs as they call them here. You find one of the better yen ta fo stalls in the Silom area, just of Convent Road. Turn right out of Central Silom’s back entrance and head down the street and you’re in for a delicious bowl. The [Read more]
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