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Thursday, November 26, 2020

It’s Jay Time! Thailand’s Fave Vegan Venues Announced

BANGKOK — Mark down these places to grab brunch or plant-based snacks during the “Jay” Festival.

Fast and Furious Food: Protesters Baffled by Speed of Cart Vendors

BANGKOK — At nearly every venue marked for protests, kilometers ahead of the press, activists – and light years ahead of the police – are none other than hawkers of fried chicken, fish balls, and sausages.

Thai-Chinese Fusion Gyoza Makes a Delectable Surprise

BANGKOK — Feng Zhu – or prosperous pork in Mandarin Chinese – celebrates its first anniversary earlier this month as a unique fusion gyoza eatery.

The Nostalgic ‘Viennetta’ Ice Cream to Make a Comeback

BANGKOK — The ice cream dessert Thai Gen Xs remember for its decadence and price tag will return to shelves in October.

This Thai-Hakka Street Food Snack Has All But Disappeared

RATCHABURI — Leaves of the sweet wormwood are kneaded into a stretchy dough to make soft, pale-green dumplings at what could be the only shop in Thailand making this rare Thai-Hakka street food snack.

Michelin Introduces ‘Green Star’ for Sustainable Dining in Thailand

BANGKOK — The Michelin Guide announced Thursday it will award a “Green Star” to restaurants distinguished for their environment-friendly practices.

Eat Healthy at This Cafe Selling Coffee and Plant-Based Cuisines

BANGKOK — After two years operating a coffee franchise, entrepreneur Pimwalun Junmanop decided to try something. So she set up her own brand new café with healthy, plant-based food in the Sukhumvit area.

Atmospheric Bangkok Café Struggles to Survive Virus Pandemic

BANGKOK — Blackwood café couldn’t have chosen a worse time to open its doors.

Why This Uncle Plans to Keep Running His 114-Year-Old Cafe

PATHUM THANI — A coffee shop to the northwest of Bangkok has been serving cups of joe since the time Thailand was still a country called Siam, bustling merchants hawked their wares from canals, and much of the capital did not have running water.

Cash-Strapped Thai Airways Sells Dough Fritters on Silom

BANGKOK — Thailand’s former national airline launched a street food stall at its office on Silom Road selling pa tong go, or deep fried dough fritters, in a bid to make money as the company goes through bankruptcy habilitation.

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