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Sao Ching Cha

Phraeng Phuthon Egg Noodles in a neo classical neighborhood

juli 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Sao Ching Cha area is filled with good eateries, to much for a quick visit. One of them is Phraeng Phuthon Egg Noodles, which has been around for more than 60 years. The char siew (a popular way to flavor and prepare barbecued pork in Cantonese cuisine) is mixed with honey that gives the meat [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]

The real deal at Lan Shell Shuan Shim

mai 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

There are still some vendors out there delivering the real thing. Most noodle vendors today use meatballs from large factories to limit costs and to stay competitive price wise. But at Lan Shell Shuan Shim, you are offered the real thing. A delicious noodle soups, either with homemade pork balls or [Read more]

Best Thai food – Suki Haeng at Sor Na Wang

mars 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

There is plenty of Thai food you rarely see on the menu in Europe or the US. The very tasty Suki Haeng comes high on that list. Don’t ask me why, it’s a puzzle I don’t have the answer to. Suki Haeng is the «dry» fried version of Sukiyaki (hot pot), basically [Read more]

Thip Samai – street food created by a royal decret

januar 10, 2016 // 3 Comments

If I asked you to name just one Thai dish, it would be a reasonable good chance that you pronounce the letters P a d  T h a i. It’s considered Thailand’s national dish, and is possible also the best known dish outside Thailand. If you’re inn for a plate, Thip Samai is one of the [Read more]

Sweet stop at Mont – toasted bread with topping

juli 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

Mont is an institution in Bangkok and it dates back to the early 1960s, a time when fresh milk was rare and rather unusual for Thai’s. Restaurants like Mont were the only places to buy a glass of fresh milk in Bangkok, and they coupled that with delicious steamed and thick toasted bread [Read more]

Street food snack – Bangkok’s best Thai donuts

mai 15, 2015 // 1 Comment

Bangkok’s most famous husband-and-wife Thai-donut-duo is to be found in the Sao Ching Cha area, close to the City Hall. They have been featured in many TV-shows and magazines. A fact difficult to escape when looking at the walls of this small shop. Thai donuts (Pa Tong Ko) is a street food [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]

Krua Apsorn – It’s crab time once again

april 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

If you’re looking for crab, you’ve come to the right place. But Krua Apsorn branch on Dinso Road, just south of the Democracy Monument, is more than just crabs. It’s also one of few restaurants that manage to have 40 different dishes on the menu and still come out of the battle [Read more]
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