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Eating in Bangkok Khlong San Over The River Street Food and Shop Houses Thonburi

Excellent Beef Noodle Soup in Bangkok – Talat Phlu Ocha Lat Ya Road

Talat Phlu Ocha is an old school, no frills shophouse restaurant selling excellent beef noodle soup, located on Lat Ya Road in Bangkok’s Khlong San area which is on the west side of the Chao Phraya River. If you’re staying on the Thonburi side of Bangkok, you have to check this place out, you’d be …

Bang Rak Bang Wa China Town Eating in Bangkok Krungthonburi Pratunam Market Silom Thonburi

5 Great Places in Bangkok For Khao Kha Moo – Thai Pork Leg Stew – ข้าวขาหมู

Khao kha moo (ข้าวขาหมู) – stewed pork leg on rice is my ultimate Thai comfort dish. This isn’t a ‘Top Five Places to Eat’ post, there are far too many shops selling khao kha moo for that. This is a list of five of my personal favourites, in no particular order,  that won’t leave you disappointed. …

Charoen Nakhon Eating in Bangkok Khlong San Over The River

Duck Noodles With a Difference at Chalawan Khao Man Gai Charoen Nakhon.

As the name suggests, Chalawan Khao Man Gai – จารุวรรณข้าวมันไก่  is known locally for their excellent Hainanese chicken rice but today I’m here to try their duck noodle soup. Duck noodle soup definitely isn’t a rare dish in Bangkok, in fact, on Charoen Nakhon Road alone, I can name a few shops off the top of my …

Eating in Bangkok Thonburi

Home Style Dining By The River – Review of Imm Restaurant at Chann, Bangkok Noi

Over the Songkran holiday, we were lucky enough to try some fantastic home style cooking at a new riverside restaurant in Bangkok Noi. The restaurant’s name is Imm, which of course, translates to ‘full’ in Thai and that is precisely how we ended up leaving – absolutely stuffed! Imm is part of a beautiful new …

Bang Rak China Town Eating in Bangkok Sathorn

The Best Dim Sum I’ve Had in Bangkok – and it’s not in Chinatown!

I stumbled across this little dim sum restaurant while I was wandering up the Sathorn end of Charoen Krung Road, which of course is the same road that runs through Bangkok’s Chinatown some 6km back in the opposite direction. I love strolling through this side of town, there’s still a massive Chinese influence here, which …

Bang Wa Eating in Bangkok

Pork Leg Stew in Bangkok – Review of Khao Kha Mu Bang Wa

Khao ka moo, or pork leg stew is my ultimate Thai comfort food. I eat it at least once a week if not more. Slow cooked pork leg, simmered in five spice infused broth for hours until it’s falling off the bone. Served on top of steamed Jasmine rice with boiled eggs, which take on …

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 …