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Lao Ti Fang is good Chinese food in Soi 41 (Phrom Phong)

buy now February 15, 2019 // 0 Comments

Lao Ti Fang is a popular spot for good Chinese food in Bangkok. Some dishes have a Thai touch to it. They use fresh ingredients and you have plenty of vegetarian dishes to choose from as well. A kind of neighborhood restaurant with plenty of locals coming every day of the week. The stir-fried [Read more]

Volcanic Fried Mussels & Oysters

March 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

Vulcanic Fried Mussels & Oysters, serving hoi tod, got their name from the time where the guy was running a small street side cart. A diesel stove the owner used at the time regularly caused flame flare-ups big enough to attract peoples attention. And they came over, more and more people. He [Read more]

Hong Kong in Bangkok – beef with oyster sauce and raw egg

March 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

With a mission of eating my way through Bangkok, I sometimes stumble on to surprises. My visit at Tai Heng Pochana was one of those times. I looked at the raw egg and I looked around the room, a rather big one to be honest, cantina like. Empty. I thought Hong Kong was crowded. I was the only [Read more]

Piang Kee serves delicious Hakka food in Chinatown

September 10, 2015 // 1 Comment

It was the colorful temple that stole my attention and made me enter Trok Wat Kuson Samakhon, a small alley between Yaowarat and Charoen Krung road in Bangkok’s Chinatown, but it was the food at Piang Kee that convinced me to go back. Even in Chinatown terms the food was far beyond [Read more]

Nai Mong Hoi Tod – The feminine version please

April 17, 2015 // 2 Comments

Real men like their oyster omelette soft and sloppy, a good friend of mine said. The feminine treat is the super crispy version. I have to give the girls right on this one. And Nai Mong serve one of the better oyster omelets in town, placed at the edge of Chinatown. Cocked on a hot griddle. [Read more]

Joke 38 is far from a joke

January 26, 2015 // 1 Comment

Joke 38 is far from a joke. It’s serious food. It’s rice porridge with a touch, with ginger, spring onions, mini Thai donuts, pork meat balls and an egg that comes with options. I prefer the fermented black egg (sai khai kem). Or a raw one (sai khai) that quickly gets cooked by the [Read more]
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