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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

See Bangkok Before and After Street Food (Interactive)

Compare for yourself how Bangkok's streets look before and after the street food vendor ban with these interactive images. (Slide left and right).

Far From Yaowarat, Discover Bangkok’s ‘New’ Chinatown

BANGKOK — Chinese signs dominate both sides of the road along which shops cook up fiery Szechuan mala hot pot, mapo tofu, tender pork dishes from Yunnan province and northern-style gyoza.

Go Ballistic Again Over North Korean Cuisine at New Sukhumvit Location

BANGKOK — In late 2015, I wrote about a new restaurant in Ekkamai. It was just like any other new restaurant in Ekkamai except for the fact it was owned and operated by North Korea.

Slurp Bouncy Bua Loi Drinks at New Downtown Bangkok Cafe

BANGKOK — Taiwanese potato and taro ball desserts aren’t novel to Thailand, but a new cafe at the heart of the capital is plopping Thai desserts with generous stuffings onto them.
Worada Elstow.

Thai Woman Speaks Out on the Secret That Almost Killed Her

Worada Elstow had just entered university when she was recruited for modeling work. Soon she was subsisting only on black coffee and a small plate of suki haeng without noodles or eggs per day.
Vareniki potato dumplings (150 baht).

Russian Restaurant by Real Russian Opens in Bangkok

BANGKOK — What could be the only Russian restaurant in Bangkok with a real Russian chef has opened with a surprisingly affordable menu. The Moon...

Thai Craft Beer’s New Strategy: Keep Brewing Until Law Catches Up

BANGKOK — “Can you eat Khao Man Gai (Chicken and Rice) every day? Can you eat Som Tam every day? No, but you can drink beer every day,” a man says as he pours a chestnut and brown sugar stout from the tap.

Couple Makes Fake OJ. Couple’s Photos Posted Online. Couple Arrested.

SARABURI — One day after photos of a Vietnamese couple “making” in their backyard what they later sold as “orange juice” spread online, police arrested them yesterday.

Queue Chaos For Japanese Cheese Tarts at Paragon

The latest food fad has hit Bangkok with throngs of people lining up since this morning for a sweet taste of Japanese cheese tarts.
Supanniga Eating Room Charoen Krung 38 dishes from top, clockwise: the Salak and Shrimp Chili Dip with Deep Fried Nue-Aon Fish (340 baht), Stir Fried Crab Roe with Himalayan Salt and Chili Mix (590 baht), and Grilled Pork Collar with Chamuang Leaves and Seared Rice Cake (270 baht).

Supanniga’s Charming Trat Cuisine Now Serving Up Granny’s Staples at Charoenkrung

BANGKOK — In a city where one fad cafe opens as another closes, Supanniga Eating Room has just opened its fourth branch in late September, serving up both familiar and new Trat cuisine dishes with Isaan influence. 





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