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Sei Duck Noodles and Chinese Medicine

oktober 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Sei Duck Noodles is a bit out of the ordinary rout, but well worth a visit. Their duck noodles or the stewed duck with five spice and Chinese Medicine broth, alternatively with rice, is delicious and will make you write down the address. They have been around for something like three decades and [Read more]

Tim Ho Wan is a far cry from the Michelin star

august 2, 2016 // 2 Comments

«The Long Awaited Michelin Starred Dim Sum Restaurant» is what greets you at the Tim Ho Wan branch in Terminal 21 in Bangkok. But it all started out with a hole-in-the-wall under a bridge in Hong Kong back in 2010. Against all odds they were awarded a Michelin star. Tim Ho Wan seen from [Read more]

Great street food around Sao Ching Cha (Giant Swing)

juni 5, 2016 // 1 Comment

The Giant Swing (or Sao Ching Cha) is not only a marker on the map when it comes to delicious food. It’s also a religious structure were teams of young men was swung 15 meters up in the air to catch a bag filled with gold or coins with their teeth. Due to the high number of fatal accidents, [Read more]

Whole roasted suckling pig at Tang Jai Yoo

juni 24, 2015 // 5 Comments

A whole roasted suckling pig with the eyes intact can be a bit of a bizarre experience for some. For others not. I had to bring a few friends to Tang Jai Yoo in Bangkok’s Chinatown as the whole pig easily feeds four with a couple of other dishes on the table. Food and friends But the [Read more]

Tien Song Ped Yang knows their duck

mai 8, 2015 // 4 Comments

I love duck when properly made. It’s also an ingredient that’s easy to fuck up and many do just that. Also in Bangkok. At Tien Song Ped Yang they have chosen the quality route and deliver good and tasty stuff that can explain the more than 65 years in business and the high concentration [Read more]

Hua Seng Hong – a China in Chinatown experience

februar 14, 2015 // 1 Comment

I’m a man with a few principles. One of them is to not eat food from endangered species. Another one is to stay away from food if only a small part of the animal is used for nutriotion and the rest is thrown away. At Hua Seng Hong they broke my heart twice. We are talking about Chinatown. [Read more]
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