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Ruen Mallika is quality food in a traditional and wooden ambiance

august 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

Ruen Mallika is one of those restaurants that turns your mind towards history and Thai traditions as soon as you’re stepping over the doorstep to this almost 200 years old traditional Thai teak house, estimated to be built in King Rama II’s reign. Ruen Mallika is fine dining with an [Read more]

A cool vibe and good beer at Good Story

februar 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

Some places just have a cool vibe to it. Good Story close to Phra Sumen Fort is one of them. It’s a chameleon, with a changing attitude depending on when you show up. The typical daytime visitor come for a lunch time bite, jut a coffee and a chat, or a refreshing bottle from their [Read more]

Nahm is good food for a much to high price tag

august 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Australian chef David Thomson deserves a lot of cred and respect for what he has done to put light on traditional Thai food. His Nahm restaurant in Bangkok serves plates and bowls from different regions of Thailand. The food at Nahm Bangkok is good, but overall not exceptional and the price [Read more]

Riverside meal at Jin Chieng Seng in the Wat Pho area

juli 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

Jin Chieng Seng has a good reputation for their Pad Thai, so of course I had to try it as I was in Bangkok’s main temple area (Dusit). And it didn’t disappoint, the Pad Thai was tasty and well made with fresh prawns, one of the best I’ve had when talking about full-fledged [Read more]

Martins Kitchen – 24/7 for the nighthawks

mai 26, 2016 // 0 Comments

Sometimes there is just a single reason to sit down and eat. Hunger. And sometimes that happens in the middle of the night, normally after a couple of beers to many and when most eateries are closed. Martins Kitchen serves decent Thai food 24/7, a few steps into Sukhumvit Soi 19 and close to [Read more]

Bangkok street food scene

april 23, 2016 // 2 Comments

Bangkok, together with Chiang Mai up north, are the main culinary destinations in Thailand. You can eat your three meals a day all year around without even entering a full-fledged restaurant. Even the most remote spots in Bangkok will feed you well without a concern on the variety. It’s [Read more]

Photo Essay on street food in Bangkok

desember 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

During the project of eating my way true Bangkok, I have both been tipped and have stumbled over quite some noteworthy street food vendors. Sometimes the faces have been there for a lifetime, sometimes the face belong to the third generation, cooking the speciality of their grand parents. The same [Read more]

Swim bladder or fish maw and other dishes to die for

oktober 24, 2015 // 2 Comments

Sometimes food can really surprise you to the extent that you have to pinch yourself to believe it. Ah Ou Bangrak looked like any other street food vendor, and even without a lot of competition in the area. But it was anything, but ordinary. It was Thai-Chinese excellence all the way, and it [Read more]
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