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Best egg noodles in Bangkok – Ekkamai Soi 19

January 28, 2016 // 1 Comment

Bamee Slow on the corner of Ekkamai Soi 19 has some of the best Chinese style egg noodles in town. Getting there more than an hour after the opening means you most likely are in for some cueing. But don’t worry, the food is absolutely worth the ten to fifteen minutes in line. They [Read more]

Jib Kee is a must visit for duck lovers

January 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Jib Kee is most likely not in your neighborhood, but don’t let that stop you from experiencing one of the absolute best duck places in all of Bangkok. You find Jib Kee just opposite the small Nang Loeng market along Nakhon Sawan road. From what I understood with my conversation with the [Read more]

Thip Samai – street food created by a royal decret

January 10, 2016 // 4 Comments

If I asked you to name just one Thai dish, it would be a reasonable good chance that you pronounce the letters P a d  T h a i. It’s considered Thailand’s national dish, and is possible also the best known dish outside Thailand. If you’re inn for a plate, Thip Samai is one of the [Read more]

Paris Mikki at Asok is cakes in dreamland

January 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

Sometimes unbelievable is a perfect word. I know, it’s used to much. But honestly, it’s a proper expression for Paris Mikki close to Asok station. The only word you need to add is good. Their croissant and cakes are just unbelievable good stuff. Carol Boosaba is the name behind the [Read more]

Traditional and full flavored food at Khao Tom Jay Suay

December 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

Khao tom or boiled rice is excellent in combination with a a set of other dishes. It normally comes in small bowls with a watery rice. I have a couple of favourites when it comes to khao tom restaurants in Bangkok, one in the Thong Lor area and this one, Khao Tom Jay Suay, in Chinatown. It’s [Read more]

A grumpy auntie and fried noodles with chicken

December 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

No phone number, no reservations and no name. Just a hard working husband, a grumpy auntie and a daughter, hidden away in one of those tiny alleyways you normally just pass by. Unless you know what meets you inside. They have no name but prefer to call themselves “Golden Wok Chicken [Read more]

Excellent stuffed flat noodles along Yaowarat road – Guaythiew Lod

November 26, 2015 // 1 Comment

One of Chinatown’s better street food stalls is to be found close to the design hotel Shanghai Mansion on Yaowarat Road. They have a very good fish maw soup too, but stuffed flat noodles with pork is the dish to choose if you only have room for one dish. The rice noodles comes with bean [Read more]

Some of Bangkok’s best burgers at Escapade

November 11, 2015 // 1 Comment

Sometimes the desire for a greasy afternoon has to be met. And great burgers and shakes are never wrong in that respect. Just as great burgers boosts your satisfaction level, mediocracy in the same field is devastating. Escapade Burgers & Shakes is never in danger of serving mediocre [Read more]

Jek Pui – Delicious curry and a temple on the go

November 4, 2015 // 1 Comment

If you stroll along the beginning of Mangkorn Road, close to the famous Leng Noei Yi Temple in Chinatown, you will be surprised by a crowd of people queuing or sitting on small, red plastic chairs without a table. That’s Jek Pui and you should do as the locals, find yourself a red chair [Read more]

Chicken wing soup with cowslip flowers – a treat not to miss

October 12, 2015 // 3 Comments

Braised chicken wing is definitively tasty stuff. Not to forget the drumsticks, in other words the more boney parts. Guaytiaw Pik Gai Sai Nampung is one of the best Thai food vendors in the Asok area, well known for their chicken wing soup (Gow Low Pik Gai) sprinkled with cowslip flowers (dok [Read more]
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