หม่าน ฟู่ หยวน สโมสรราชพฤกษ์ | Man Fu Yuan, Rajpreuk Club

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) SUMMARY – Man Fu Yuan is a elegant Cantonese restaurant in the Rajpreuk Club on Changwattana Road behind the Government Complex. Its cosy luxurious ambiance plus private rooms in various sizes are good for business lunch, family meals or any feel-good day. I like their premium tea selections (Bt128-248++ per person), freshly-made dim sum varieties, tea duck (best with steamed rice, drizzles of soy...

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ข้าวแกงถาดหลุม ตลาดอินทรีย์ ร้านบ้านนาวิลิต ราชดำริ | Rice, Curries, Urban Farmers Market at Baan Na Vilit, Ratchadamri, Bangkok

(⬇︎English⬇︎) สรุป – ข้าวแกงจานหลุมแสนน่ารักและอร่อยถาดนี้ มีจำหน่ายทุกวันจันทร์ – ศุกร์ ที่ร้าน “บ้านนาวิลิต” อาคารรีเจ้นท์เฮ้าส์ ถนนราชดำริ เวลา 11.00 – 14.30 น...

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ครัวกระแต Krua Kratae Thai Food, Bangkok

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) SUMMARY – Krua Kratae is another trusty place where we go for delicious Thai dishes. The restaurant used to be located in Pradipat area, but somehow they have now moved to Ramindra Soi 5, which happens to be near our community. Krua Kratae is known for freshwater fishes, fishballs made from prakrai or featherback, river prawns and their homemade salted duck eggs and chiffon cakes and Thai desserts. The...

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Dusit Thani Bangkok Beyond Boundaries Weekend Brunch

Dusit Thani Bangkok has been open as the first Thai-owned five star urban hotel since the year 1970. Now, the latest news update, along with this magnificent weekend brunch, is that they are closing for a US$1.1 billion new development on January 5, 2019 at 14.00. Those who would like to be the last guests of this legendary hotel should now book their rooms. For me, there are loads of memories at this hotel. As a reporter back in the 1990s, I...

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Blue Elephant Bangkok’s Heritage Menu | รีวิวร้านบลูเอเลเฟ่นท์

For a restaurant that has been around for decades and still thriving such as ‘Blue Elephant,’ the word ‘heritage’ comes along as naturally as it is suitably. This tried-and-true Thai restaurant has become somehow a destination for visitors interested in Thai cuisine as well as for locals who go there for a trusty and beautiful place to treat their guests. And from April 2018 onwards, the restaurant is serving a special...

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Cafe de Norasingha Phya Thai Palace, Bangkok | กาแฟนรสิงห์ พระราชวังพญาไท

It is not everyday that you get to have lunch at a palace, and also in this case, a cafe that is the homage to Thailand’s oldest Western style cafe back in the reign of King Rama VI or King Vajiravudh (1910-1925) during which Siam was high on westernization and modernization. The cafe was called Cafe de Norasingha (กาแฟนรสิงห์) then as it is called now. But the venue has changed. From the area called ‘Sua...

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Saawaan Thai Fine Dining, Bangkok

when that Thailand has become a land of degustation menu? I guess it’s just something that happened when we have loads of aspiring young chefs looking for a way to showcase their new cooking. Take Saawaan, for example, a new addition to Thai fine-dining that only offers a tasting menu of Thai food, interpreted by the two young female and very interesting Thai chefs. The restaurant is located in Soi Suanplu, just off Sathorn Road. Or...

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Mei Jiang, The Peninsula Bangkok | รีวิวร้านเหม่ยเจียง เพนนินซูลา

(☘TH/EN☘) There are so many reasons that Mei Jiang – the Peninsula Bangkok’s staple for Cantonese fine-dining – got us very excited. After 20 years of its operation that began along with the debut of the hotel, the restaurant is now at a major turning point. Mei Jiang is now welcoming its 3rd Chinese Cuisine Executive Chef. His name is Ball Yau. And his avant-garde cooking style is set to make a new rejuvenating wave in...

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สงวนศรี ‘Sanguan Sri,’ Bangkok

  (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่าง⬇︎) are quite a few reasons you should stop by and eat beautifully at this old-time Sanguan Sri on Saturday. First, Sanguan Sri – a staple of Thai restaurant that has been around since 1970 – is much more relaxing, hence an excellent option for those who, like me, just cannot stand it’s perpetual craziness during the weekdays. Also, Saturday is the day that it...

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