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Khanom Bueang Yuan Su-Arpa at Talat Phlu Market is pure greatness

January 15, 2019 // 0 Comments

Khanom Bueang Yuan Su-Arpa (Suarpa) serves very traditional khanom bueang  – a stuffed pancake that comes in two versions. It’s a rather rare treat this days, so when going to the Talat Phlu market, make sure you have room for one. You will absolutely love it. The auntie running this street [Read more]

Tek Heng (aka Jeen Lee) at Talad Phlu Market and her Mee Krob

December 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

Talad Phlu is an old residential area on the Thonburi side of Chayo Phraya river. This is were you go authentic, even if tourists have started to pay more attention to the area. Tek Heng, aka Jeen Lee, is well know by locals for her Mee Krob and other Chinese and Chinese inspired dishes. She claims [Read more]

Daradaly is a must visit for Khao Soi lovers

November 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

Daradalay has been a favorite for Khao Soi a long time for those knowing the spot. They only use organic ingredients planted in their own backyard. Daradalay is one of those spots you don’t need to spell it all out when it comes to taste. It all comes together to a big party for your taste [Read more]

SabX2 Pratunam Wanton Noodles is decent but far too hyped

November 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

SabX2 Pratunam Wanton Noodles in Petchaburi Soi 19 serves decent wanton noodles and braised pork (Khao Kha Moo). A full house could indicate something extraordinary, but there’s really nothing here to write home about. As soon as you enter the room you’re quickly directed to a seat when [Read more]

Pad Thai Narok Tag or Pad Thai hot as hell – Lat Ya road

October 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

Most Pad Thai vendors use strong heat, but avoids the full blast whit flames licking the roof, but there are exceptions out there. One of them is Pad Thai Narok Tag, where Narok can be translated as hot has hell. We are talking heat and not spiciness. It’s worth your visit. Pad Thai Narok Tag [Read more]

Yen Ta Fo Wat Khaek in Silom is a decent spot and worth a visit

September 24, 2018 // 0 Comments

The pink noodle soup yen ta fo (yen ta fo) is a popular bowl among locals and you find it all over Bangkok. It gets it color from fermented been curd and not ketchup and tomatoes as some think. At best it’s a fantastic dish, but most vendors serves a rather mediocre bowl or worse, with far [Read more]

Jim Jum Lat Ya is a heaven for Isaan food in Bangkok

September 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

Lat Ya road on the Thon Buri side has a 200 meter stretch where several street food vendors are lined up. Probably the cities best vendor of glass noodles with crab or huge prawns in a small clay- or metal pot (Po/Krung Op Sen Wun), one of the better Pad Thai vendors in town, a variety of Isaan [Read more]
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