The Truth About Tempura

Some dishes travelled around the globe. Tempura — the delicious deep-fried delicacy known to be of Japanese origins — is, in fact, a very old dish created since the 15th Century by natives of a country oceans away from Japan.

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The Truth About Tempura | เรื่องจริงของเทมปุระ

Some dishes travelled around the globe. Tempura — the delicious deep-fried delicacy known to be of Japanese origins — is, in fact, a very old dish created since the 15th Century by natives of a country oceans away from Japan.

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Getting Around in Bangkok & Suggested Itineraries | การขนส่งสาธารณะในกรุงเทพสำหรับนักท่องเที่ยว

Bangkok is sprawling, but with this local guide, you will be able to get around with ease. :D Here are some tips on Bangkok's major public transport and suggested itineraries spanning from Bangkok's CBD of Phloen Chit area. Best to plan your visit into zones, with these following guides to Bangkok transportation systems, and how to get a ride from the airports to downtown area.

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Hot, Sweet and Creamy

For those who grew up having the sweet treat of Kanom Krok as breakfast, this is a gem, although you will have to make it for a dinner treat. Old-school, three-ingredient Kanom Krok has been disappearing from the streets of Bangkok. But here is a couple perpetuating the old recipe, even when it means making everything by hands and from scratch.

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Thai Traditional Dessert of Kanom Krok | ขนมครกเชลล์ชวนชิม บ้านหม้อ

I was so lucky to stumble on this wonderful stall selling the traditional Kanom Krok—a very simple kind of Thai dessert, the one that only has three main ingredients that have been spun around to make myriads of Thai sweets. :D

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Trying the All-New Takumi Menus at Michelin-Starred Elements, The Okura Prestige Bangkok

Elements at The Okura Prestige Bangkok retains the one-Michelin-star status for the third year in a roll after the official announcement of the Michelin Guide Thailand 2020. With the all-new Takumi tasting menu where sophisticated French culinary techniques meet Japanese premium ingredients, the restaurant is offering a unique dining experience full of tasty surprises!

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Ginza Tenharu – Trying the Oborotsuki Tempura Omakase Dinner

In Japanese tradition, the finest is always the simplest. Nothing loud, nothing fancy, no so-called frills. You are not to focus on the orbit, not on the distracting lines, but only on the pivot, the essence of the whole show. And that applies to this one delicious eating experience of mine at Ginza Tenharu at Gaysorn Village in Bangkok, eating a tempura omakase dinner, where the freshly-made tempura – and nothing else – is only the...

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Sunday Brunching at The Okura Prestige Bangkok | ซันเดย์บรันช์ ดิโอกุระ เพรสทีจ กรุงเทพฯ

Above: Get ready for another food coma! Sunday Brunch at Up & Above, The Okura Prestige Bangkok has one of the widest (and wildest) offerings in Bangkok.  Sunday is coming around and you are looking for a good place to wind down with the family. Somewhere where food abounds, choices endless with friendly and vibrant vibes. So here it is – Sunday Brunch at Up & Above at The Okura Prestige Bangkok. Their Sunday Brunch has been...

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Afternoon Tea (Classic Delight) at Up & Above, The Okura Prestige Bangkok

Above: The Okura Afternoon Delight – the classic afternoon tea served in Japanese-style wooden box at The Okura Prestige Bangkok. A real must-try. No need to wait upon the season. 😀 Strangely, but truly, a cup of tea provides an ever soothing solace unlike others. Feeling jittery and overwhelmed? Treat yourself to a good warm cup, a quiet corner, a time to ponder and reflect, and most likely, you are renewed. Emotionally, yes. But...

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