Category Archives: Bangkok

What I ate in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of those places where you never run out of things to eat.  Whether it be cheap street food to the more elaborate fine dining establishments.   Mr Wasabi and I tend to eat very local, to experience … Continue reading

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Nara

Nara is an upscale Thai bistro founded in 2003 where you will generally find a queue of people waiting to dine here especially during the peak dining hours.   There are a number of Nara restaurants throughout Bangkok.  It is … Continue reading

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Maisen @ Bangkok

Maisen is perhaps one of the more popular tonkatsu outlets in Japan.  You will definitely find them in the food court of most departmental stores in Japan selling their famous deep fried pork cutlet with tonkatsu sauce sandwiches.

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Moon Bar @ the Banyan Tree

Like myself, you may have seen stunning pictures of some roof top bars in Bangkok and I was on a mission to visit at least of these famous rooftop bars in Bangkok.  After asking one of my friends who frequent … Continue reading

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Bo Lan

Bo Lan is rated one of the 50 best restaurants in the world though I was surprised when Mr Wasabi had asked me about this place through an article that he read in a magazine and told me to make a … Continue reading

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Ding Tai Fung @ Central World – Bangkok

One restaurant, Din Tai Fung, is a huge dim-sum restaurant originally from Taiwan, holds several branches around the world and its Hong Kong branches were awarded one Michelin star.

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Eat Thai Food Court @ Central Embassy

Central Embassy Shopping centre is a relatively new shopping complex housing high end brands.  The last time we were here, they were in the process of building the tower block and had not realised until I read on the internet … Continue reading

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Nahm

The last time I was in Bangkok I wanted to dine here as Nahm was rated one of the best 50 restaurants in Asia, however I was a bit to late to make my booking.  So I vouched to myself … Continue reading

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Ding Tai Fung, Central Embassy, Bangkok

When there is a Ding Tai Fung, I definitely cannot say no to it, especially since it has been a long time since I last had it. My last encounter was in Melbourne, but arrived to a very very long … Continue reading

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Baan Khanitha

Baan Khanitha is the brainchild of Khanitha Akaranitikul, a Thai fashion designer who wanted somewhere to enjoy high quality Thai food in a traditional atmosphere with service and cuisine to match her personal expectations, where she founded Baan Khanitha  offering … Continue reading

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