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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]

Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant in Bang Rak – excellent halal food

februar 27, 2018 // 0 Comments

Bangkok has it’s fair share of Halal food restaurants, especially in the old Bangkok area. Some are good, some ordinary and some easily forgettable. Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant is one of those you eager to come back to. It’s close to what I would call a gem for Halal food in [Read more]

Joke Prince serves delicious rice porridge

april 11, 2016 // 3 Comments

Rice porridge brings a boring sound to westerns, but thats before trying the Thai way. You find Joke Prince in a small dark alley, the location of the former Prince movie theater showing questionable movies, in the Bang Rak area. This is one of Bangkok’s absolutely best places for rice [Read more]

Boon Sap Thai and delicious mango sticky rice

mars 29, 2016 // 2 Comments

Boon Sap Thai at 1478 Charoen Krung Road is one of the more established dessert shops in the area. If you only have room for one, this should be your first priority in Bang Rak. Mango sticky rice (Khao Niew Ma Muang) is of course on the menu. They also have the prestigious Shell Shuan Shim award. [Read more]

Volcanic Fried Mussels & Oysters

mars 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

Vulcanic Fried Mussels & Oysters, serving hoi tod, got their name from the time where the guy was running a small street side cart. A diesel stove the owner used at the time regularly caused flame flare-ups big enough to attract peoples attention. And they came over, more and more people. He [Read more]

Braised pork knuckle at Khao Kha Moo Trok Sung

juni 20, 2015 // 1 Comment

Braised pork legs and knuckles can be delicious. It’s one of those dishes you find everywhere in Bangkok. But not all of them are that good. In Thai language we are talking about khao kha moo. And Trok Sung (Kamou Tukzung)‏ knows how to prepare it. A plate of Khao Kha Moo Delicious fall of [Read more]
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