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Che Pui in Chinatown serves Bangkok’s best fish ball noodles

September 26, 2019 // 0 Comments

Che Pui Noodles is a great spot for fish ball noodles. The fish balls and wontons are home made and absolutely out of this world delicious. Even the biggest fish hater will love eating at Che Pui Noodles. But of course there’s some pork involved. It just don’t get better than this. A [Read more]

I will gladly return to boat noodles at Charoen Nakhorn 1287

September 13, 2019 // 0 Comments

I’m always on the spot for a good bowl of boat noodles, either served in small bowls or big bowls. The name of this spot is a challenge, but the Thai name in Latin letters the owner gave me was Torcharm. If using the Thai letters he wrote down, most Thai’s would just translate it to [Read more]

Nong Rim Klong is the best seafood deal you can do in Bangkok

August 1, 2019 // 0 Comments

The food at Nong Rim Klong is Bangkok’s best seafood deal. The food is fresh and you get crab meat and shrimps with a quality you rarely get on the streets. Their crab omelet is twice the size at half the price of the more famous Jay Fai. The Chef at Nong Rim Klong in action I have been on a [Read more]

Great curry at Sanguan Sri close to BTS Phloen Chit

July 11, 2019 // 0 Comments

Sanguan Sri in the Phloen Chit area is an old favorite lunch spot of mine, especially for the curries. The food is genuine and tasty home cooking. All dishes are made from scratch, no skipping or short cuts to the process. It’s basically a must visit if in the area. Chicken green curry at [Read more]

Mandarin Roasted Duck in Thong Lor

June 27, 2019 // 0 Comments

Mandarin Roasted Duck is a beloved spot by many locals. Also it’s a restaurant well situated for bigger families or groups of people. I went there last year and wasn’t very impressed, but as it was my lunch number seven that day, it could be that my tongue needed a break. It [Read more]

NangLeung Curry Rice is great pork curry and pork tongue stew

May 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

This shop house outside of the Nang Leung Market doesn’t really have a name, but call themselves NangLeung Curry Rice. The name doesn’t really matter, but the home style food cooking does. Pork Tongue Stew Quite some westerns are a bit skeptical to eat tongue, but I can assure those [Read more]
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