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Hokkee Pochana and their five spice goose

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When I say that the aromatic five spice goose breast is the reason for their local fame, you know there’s Chinese heritage behind the cooking skills. Hokkee Pochana is a shophouse restaurant you don’t know about unless you’re a local or you stumble upon it, like I did, walking [Read more]

Chinatown street food – a paradise for foodies part I

click here November 25, 2016 // 2 Comments

King Rama I made Chinatown a center already in 1782. Today as before, a beautiful continuous line, bustling with activity, crowded with people, a colorful commercial hub, and of course, a foodies paradise. This is where you want to squeeze down just one more serving, after your stomach reached [Read more]

Laap Paak – cheating on your diet

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A hearty hour or cheating on your diet regime. Both options are available at Laap Paak. And they have a backyard on the doorstep to MRT station Hua Lamphong. In other words last stop before Chinatown and Yaowarat Road, a 10 minute walk away. Interior of Laap Paak The backyard isn’t huge, but [Read more]

Photo Essay on street food in Bangkok

December 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

During the project of eating my way true Bangkok, I have both been tipped and have stumbled over quite some noteworthy street food vendors. Sometimes the faces have been there for a lifetime, sometimes the face belong to the third generation, cooking the speciality of their grand parents. The same [Read more]

Chong Kee is the place for your pork satay

September 16, 2015 // 1 Comment

Satay’s along the streets of Bangkok are not among my prime interests. But there are exceptions, as always, and Chong Kee on the border of Bangkok’s Chinatown is a true master in the art of barbequed pork satay. Which of course could be the answer to why the owner Vichai Lumlerokit [Read more]

Si Morakot is a gem for crispy pork belly

August 31, 2015 // 1 Comment

Rice topped with red roasted pork (khao moo daeng) and crispy pork belly (khao moo krob) can be a truly delicious plate when the sweetness of the sauce is made with a careful approach as it otherwise can be to dominating. At Si Morakot, between Hua Lamphong station and Chinatown, you get the real [Read more]