Bangkok Mexican Revisited

If you are a frequent visitor of our little food blog you may remember my “A Tale of Two Restaurants” post from March of last year, where I went over the four different Mexican restaurants I had found around Bangkok with my focus on my two favourites; La Monita and Charlie Browns.  My verdict last time was…

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Tapas with Hang

I was lucky enough to spend my Christmas and New Years in Thailand this past year and even more lucky when Hang was able to fly down from Vietnam to join me for New Years in Bangkok.  We did not get to go on as many culinary adventures as we would have liked to, mostly…

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Heaven is on Soi 11

You find yourself in Bangkok with a little money in your pocket, a few hours to kill, and no idea what to do but you do know that you are HUNGRY.  So the question is where do you go to get some good food.  If you ask me I would say head to Sukhumvit Soi…

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Room service in a box

If you have ever been anywhere in Asia you have seen the tiffin style lunch box which is basically stackable tins that you can use to carry your rice, your meat, your vegetables, and whatever else you may have with out having it get mixed all up until you are ready to eat it.  These…

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On the streets of Bangkok

Bangkok is one of my favorite places in South East Asia (though a little behind Hanoi) and one of the best things about Bangkok is the rich variety of street food you can find.  If it can be grilled or fried you can find it, if it is boiled or roasted you can find it, in fact…

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A tale of two restaurants

It was the best of Mexican, it was the worst of Mexican, it was good service, it was bad service, they were tasty tacos, they were bad tacos, it was full of flavor, it had no flavor. If you can get the reference you earn bonus points… points get you nothing but they are fun…

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