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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]

T&K Seafood praised by Lonely Planet is a flaw

august 13, 2015 // 1 Comment

T&K Seafood have for more than 10 years been recommended by Lonely Planet when you’re in for some serious seafood in Bangkoks’ Chinatown. What a lie it is. It’s one of my worst seafood meals ever, and I’m not just talking about Bangkok. It’s just the biggest [Read more]

A naked room and good food at Chairoj

juli 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

Chairoj is probably the most minimalistic shop house restaurant I have ever visited. It’s as naked as it can be, except for the table and chairs. The atmosphere has never been an issue here. They make food and serve it. Nothing more, nothing less. But the food is good. The pale yellowish and [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]

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]

Tom Yam Kung – Excellence at Mitr Ko Yuan

mars 27, 2015 // 7 Comments

Few dishes and even fewer soups, if any, are as good as Tom Yam Kung, the famous Thai shrimp soup. Unfortunately there are quite some pit falls in making it. Mitr Ko Yuan avoids them all. The soup is delicious and tasty with a good acidity base. One of the better once in town. The owner does his [Read more]

It’s an angel in the city of Bangkok – circling above P’Aor

februar 2, 2015 // 2 Comments

The Michelin guide offer three stars to restaurants worth a deviation of your route just to eat there. It’s normally a fantastic feast. And it cost you some hundred Euros. It’s the same with P’Aor, with one exception. It’s worth a deviation of your route, but it only costs [Read more]

Pad Thai – A street food cook with a character out of the ordinary

januar 2, 2015 // 2 Comments

The cook in the corner of an alley in Sukhumvit Soi 38 is a bit of a legend as he won a pad thai contest arranged by Thai TV 3 some years ago. Dressed in his caracteristic beanie (winter hat), thoroughly pulled down to cover the eyebrows, and his solid high quality wellies that you see far more [Read more]
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