Bang Rak Eating in Bangkok

The Best Biryani In Bangkok? – Review of Muslim Restaurant Bang Rak

As the straight to the point name suggests, Muslim Restaurant is a place serving Islamic food in Bangkok. This no-frills restaurant in Bang Rak, right around the corner from Bangkok’s Lebua State Tower serves up some of the best Indian/Thai food in the city. Situated on Charoen Krung, Bangkok’s first paved road, Muslim Restaurant has …

Eating in Bangkok Phaya Thai

Rua Thong Noodle – Boat Noodles At Victory Monument

If I had to pick the most eaten dish by the local residents of Bangkok, I’d have to go with boat noodles. For all of you that aren’t familiar with what boat noodles are, I’ll explain: Boat noodles or kuay teow reua as they’re known in Thailand are a noodle soup dish that contains both …

Stir frys

Crispy Pork Belly Stir Fry With Chinese Kale – Pad Pak Kana Moo krob – ผักคะน้าหมูกรอบ

Pad pak kana moo krob literally translates to fried kale crispy pork in Thai and that pretty much sums it up! Crispy deep-fried pork belly stir fried in Oyster sauce with Chinese kale (or Chinese broccoli as it’s often labelled in the U.K), served with steamed jasmine rice. Pad pak kana moo krob is one …

Eating in Bangkok Wongwian Yai

My New Favourite Place For Satay In Bangok – Review of Kay Pork Satay Charoen Rat

  My go to place for satay in Bangkok is usually Pratunam Kuang Heng Chicken Rice as I get dragged to Central world on a regular basis when my girlfriend wants to shop (which is a lot!). I go there not for the chicken rice as the name would suggest but for their awesome pork …

Curries Eating in Bangkok khao soi

The Best Khao Soi In Bangkok – ที่ดีที่สุด ข้าวซอย ในกรุงเทพฯ

If like me, you developed a love for khao soi in Chiang Mai, you will know how frustrating it is not to be able to eat it whenever you feel like it in Bangkok. Unlike in Chiang Mai, where there are plenty of great khao soi joints to choose from wherever you are in the …

China Town Eating in Bangkok

Real Deal Indian Food in Bangkok at Toney Restaurant Phahurat

Growing up in a North West London suburb with a large Asian community, authentic Indian food was never hard to come by. I have grown up surrounded by Indian restaurants, Indian sweet shops and cash and carries selling snacks, spices and fresh fruit and veg. In fact, I never realised how much I took for …

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