This is a story of how Thailand's capital has become a foodie paradise as it now is. A little bit of Thai food history, how our street food came about in the first place. Also with a small listing of where to eat Bangkok.
Category - Essentials
Rice and curry is a typical and traditional Thai meal. A plate of steamed rice and two or three choices of savouries make a hearty, healthy, and delicious meal. And this is another story of Thai eating culture. Enjoy!
There are some misconceptions about Thai food. That it has to always be very very spicy to be 'authentic.' But that's just not true. This article lays out the basics for those want to know about the eating culture of the Kingdom.
The best place to savour Bangkok's famous street food is at the Chinatown or Yaowarat. Here's a guide to eat in Bangkok Chinatown night and day.
PHUKET, THAILAND, UNESCO CITY OF GASTRONOMY Even for a big time foodie like myself, stalking the aisles of super scrumptious local foods in Phuket still feels like running a full-blown marathon. It is exhilarating, euphoric, and yet so never-ending. Allow me to clarify. This is not our first time visiting Phuket and stuffing our faces away. Phuket is our top-listed favourite town. We come for the gorgeous beaches, the superlative resorts, the famous annual marathons, and also, we always come for the delicious foods. However, each time we leave town, Phuket never let us leave in peace. There are always something left for us to come back and...
ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ – There are quite a few reasons you should stop by and eat beautifully at this old-time Sanguan Sri on a Saturday. First, Sanguan Sri – a staple Thai restaurant that has been around since 1970 – is much more relaxing, hence an excellent option for those who, like me, just cannot stand its perpetual craziness during the weekdays. Also, Saturday is the day that they serve a very special dish that you would never find on any other day: the super delicious ‘steamed sago with chicken dumplings’ or Sago Sai Gai สาคูไส้ไก่ in Thai. This sago, and I...