49 Best Dishes to Eat in Bangkok

What to eat in Bangkok? Or, more likely, what best to eat? Where to go for the best local food? And what would be the most real, authentic, traditional original recipes of the Thai, Bangkok, local cuisines? These can be the questions of any visitors, foodie or not, heading their ways towards Bangkok. As a proud native of Bangkok (born and bred, no less), and a self-proclaimed foodie, I am here to help. :D

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Sunday Brunch at Next 2 Cafe, Shangri-La Bangkok

A great Sunday Brunch in Bangkok by the river. Unlimited everything including Canadian lobsters - chilled and served with lemon or spicy sauce, or grilled for extra flavours, or Lobster Thermidor, or Lobster bisque omelette if you wish. :D

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50 Cheapest Michelin Meals

Traveloka.com has recently released this article pinpointing where we can enjoy Michelin-starred meals without making too big a dent in out wallet. 😀 Michelin Guides are available in many key cities around the world, Bangkok is included. Here are the list of 50 most affordable Michelin meals you can find in Asia, Europe, the US and South America. Most of these places are gathered from their one and two stars lists. For more information...

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Best Breakfast in Bangkok Chinatown (Yaowarat)

We sometimes spend weekends stay-cationing at our condo in Bangkok CBD and take the opportunity of being close and convenient wandering around for great local foods – the ones considered too far-fetched given our usual abode in the suburb. And last week we ate at ‘Urai Han Palo Songwat’ (อุไรห่านพะโล้ทรงวาด) Teochew-style braised goose that for me is the best breakfast ever in Bangkok...

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Breakfast in Singapore – Nanyang Tea and Bak Kut Teh | อาหารเช้าแมนๆ แบบชาวสิงคโปร์

Above: Tea packing at Pek Sin Choon is still being done traditional ways. By hands and two masterful ladies. Apart from poached eggs and kaya toasts, it’s the tea and Bak Kut Teh that make up for a real traditional Singaporean’s hearty breakfast. FIRST, THE TEA An old-time habit of drinking tea together with slurping a bowl of ‘Bak Kut Teh‘ is a kind of thing that defined a real Singaporean treat. The tea itself is no...

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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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Sunday Brunch, Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh

 (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ ⬇︎) Sunday Brunch at Restaurant Le Royal of Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh is something of a delectable legend. It is a perfect place for cosy gathering or family get-together, definitely worth checking out. For US$58++ for food only, or US$68 ++ for food + free flow wines or US$78 ++ for all the above + free flow champagne, you will be not only stuffed with fine...

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Sunday Brunch, J’AIME, U Sathorn, Bangkok

เหลือเกินว่า หากมีการวัดเรตติ้งของอาหารกอร์เมต์แท้ๆ แบบฝรั่งเศสในกรุงเทพฯ ร้าน J’AIME ของเชฟ Jean-Michel Lorain (ฌอง มิเชล โรลองต์) ที่โรงแรม U Sathorn จะต้องติดอันดับต้นๆ...

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Sunday Brunch, The Peninsula Bangkok (TH)

ประมาณปี 2015 โรงแรมเดอะเพนินซูลา กรุงเทพ เปิดตัว Sundays at the Pen  ซันเดย์บรันช์ในแบบฉบับของตนเองให้เหมาะสมกับนโนบายการลดโลกร้อนของธุรกิจใหญ่ทั่วโลก...

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