Far from making the list of top healthy Thai dishes, khao moo tod is basically a handful of pork that’s deep fried with garlic and soy sauce. It’s then placed over a plate of rice and served with an optional fried egg. The greasy meal is such a delicious treat when it comes piping hot!
I was recently kidnapped on an overnight road trip, hitting all the touristy food havens in the small mountains and hills a few hundred kilometers north of Bangkok. No responsibilities. No agenda. Just miles of eating. Here’s some of the highlights: Catching the Mountainside Seafood Breeze at Suan Muang Porn (สวนเมืองพร) Tip: There’s two big highlights […]
Udom Suk is a street in Bangkok that has an unusually high concentration of hole in the wall restaurants serving glorious duck – both roasted and boiled. One of the places that really stuck out to me was a restaurant known as Bpet Paloe Goliang 2 (เป็ดพะโล้ โกเหลียง2). A family owned restaurant, they specialize in bpet […]
Happy St. Paddy’s Day Eating Thai Food Fans. As a gift we wanted to share some essential Thai vocabulary with you. There’s tons of words we could teach you and they often get confusing when you’re learning Thai, but this today’s ain’t one of ‘em. When St. Patrick’s Day rolls around at almost the hottest […]
It’s not one of Thailand’s most flavorful $1 dishes… but that’s alright. Sometimes you just need something comforting, a dish to cleanse the palate and something soothing on the mouth and stomach. When this situation arises, Khao Man Gai (ข้าวมันไก่), Thai style chicken and rice is always waiting right around a corner in Bangkok. Chicken […]
I started the meal off with something very very different from duck: Khanom Thuay ขนมถ้วย. Yup, temptingly sitting at every single table at Bpet Sai Gaew เป็ดไส้แก้ว is a platter of fresh (and good looking) little coconut milk sweets. What a brilliant idea, put little Thai desserts on every table at a duck restaurant! Their business strategy worked […]