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Hokkee Pochana and their five spice goose

click here June 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

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]

Odean – a story of misspelling and crab meat

May 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Thailand is famous for their many ways of writing the same word. Of course when using the latin alphabet (modern english). Chicken becomes both gai and kai or some other personal choice. Odean restaurant was meant to be Odeon and named after the more famous Odeon circle, a roundabout with [Read more]

Laap Paak – cheating on your diet

May 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

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]