Although Thai food is arguably one of the world’s most well loved cuisines
The first few months of living in Bangkok were difficult. Not because of the heat, the new way of life, or the language barrier, but because after years of building up a collection of my favourite food hangouts in England, moving to Bangkok meant that I was back to square one. Thai food is one…
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Bangkokians have long had a love affair with Japanese food
In this world it is always said, you get what you pay for, 30 baht will get you noodles and a plastic stool in Bangkok. But if you manage to find your way to the end of the strip of Sukhumvit Soi 11, which should work you up a hunger and rice just won’t satisfy…
Eating Italiano in The Big Mango Thais have long held a soft spot for the culinary attractions of classical Italian cuisine. Couple their unique attraction to pastas and pizza with the steady influx of foreign tourists and you have a good explanation for the scores of some of the Best Italian Restaurants in Bangkok. While…
Living in Bangkok means living in a city where temptation is rife.
It’s everywhere. The clothes, the drinks (THE SHOES!) but for me, temptations most seductive form is Thai food.
Thai food is known for its spiciness, a lot of people wrongly assume that all food is spicy and the ones that aren’t are the ones that they are likely to stick to.
Nam Tok Moo which means Waterfall Pork when translated in English, is the famous spicy sliced pork salad
Among the curries, amidst the soups and around the stir fries, pad Thais