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Sutathip Restaurant is a very good 90 year old school institution

November 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

Sutathip Restaurant is just off the mainstream walking routs, but is easy accessible by the canal Taxi. This 90 year old institution deserves your visit. They serve traditional Hainanese food, but you find both Thai and European inspiration as well. Their noodle dishes are really good, so is their [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]

Shumai at Aroi Salapao in the Nang Loeng Market is tasty bites

May 12, 2019 // 0 Comments

What I really care about at Aroi Salapao is the Shumai. We are talking dim sum here, we are talking pork, and we are talking quality and great taste. Salapao and Shumai at Aroi Salapao. One with roasted pork and shitake mushrooms and one with black sesame. Shumai (or Siu Mai) are open-faced [Read more]

Sai Krok Pla Naem at Mae Lek is a great treat in the Nang Loeng Market

August 29, 2018 // 1 Comment

The Nang Loeng Market in the Nakhon Sawan 6 Alley, a short 10 minutes walk from the Phanfa Bridge Pier, is one of my favorite markets to go to in Bangkok, primarily to dig inn on the great street food. The Sai Krok Pla Naem version served at Mae Lek is a rather rare dish in Bangkok these days, [Read more]