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Fried Garlic Pork Recipe | Moo Tod Gratiem

Fried Garlic Pork or Moo Tod Gratiem in Thai is one of my favourite meat dishes to order at Thai eateries. However, I always have one gripe while ordering fried garlic pork at Thai restaurants – there is just too little garlic in the dish. So for my recipe, I simply chopped/sliced up the garlic […]

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Moo Ping Recipe | Thai Grilled Pork Skewers

In the last couple of months, I stumbled upon several different pasar malam (night markets) at various neighbourhood precincts and I noticed that more and more vendors were selling moo ping or Thai-style grilled pork skewers. Yep, I’m talking about those tender, juicy and smoky grilled pork that you can get for 10 baht per […]

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Naowarat Thai Bistro – An underrated gem that serves up Thai-rrific food

Totally loving our hikes across estates these days. It’s like the best way to clock up the miles and possibly a few tens of thousands steps as well. ? And nothing beats building up an appetite with a long walk like this because everything tastes fantastic when you’re famished, haha. Anyway, we were very into ‘mouse-hunting’ […]

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Panang Curry Recipe | Beef Phanaeng

Today, I’m sharing the last recipe using ready-made curry paste from Maepranom Brand that I’ve bought from the Thai supermarket at Golden Mile Complex. It’s a Thai Beef Panang Curry Recipe which is also known as beef phanaeng. Like the previous curry pastes, this one has no MSG too so the key is to adjust the […]

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CP Foods Ready To Eat Frozen Meals and Raw Meats

Many of you in Singapore are probably not unfamiliar with CP Foods from Thailand. It’s a household name for ready to eat frozen meals and raw meats that you can readily find in major supermarkets here. Well, I don’t really consume processed foods and frozen meals often. But occasionally I do like to buy some […]

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Green Papaya Salad Recipe (Som Tam)

I had probably only eaten green (unripe) papaya on a few occasions before I visited Vietnam. In Hanoi, I ate it at least once a day because it was a very common relish that was often paired with nuoc cham (Vietnamese dipping sauce) in various dishes like bun cha, bun bo nam bo, banh cuon […]

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Som Tam Nua @ Siam Square Soi 5

Som Tam Nua on Siam Square Soi 5 is one of the most popular places for som tam (green papaya salad) in Bangkok. If you come here during peak meal time, expect to see a huge crowd and/or long queue. The nearest BTS station to Som Tam Nua is Siam. Once you exit Siam station […]

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Thai Yellow Curry Recipe

Earlier I had mentioned that I had bought the entire (well, almost) range of Maepranom brand curry pastes and this was the Yellow Curry that I had made. It tasted somewhat similar to the regular Chinese style curry which was not bad though I still prefer my usual A1 Instant Chicken Curry Sauce (see my […]

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Pla Thong Mookata – All You Can Eat Buffet For Only 169 Baht

Victory Monument in Bangkok may be the best place to go for boat noodles as the Boat Noodles Alley is just a few minutes walk from the BTS station. However, there is also another gem in the neighbourhood – a popular mookata joint, Pla Thong Mookata, that is frequented & highly recommended by the locals. […]

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Victory Monument Boat Noodles Alley | Sutyot Kway Teow Rua

If you want to try boat noodles in Bangkok, do not miss out the Victory Monument Boat Noodles Alley where several different boat noodle restaurants are situated next to one another by a canal. Not exactly the most authentic experience as the noodles are not served from boats. They are tasty, nonetheless. As each bowl […]

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Ratchada Train Market | Talad Rot Fai Ratchada

After a good couple hours in Artbox Bangkok, we were really in the mood to go all the way out that night and complete our market-hopping mission, lol. So we hopped onto the MRT train at Kamphaeng Phet station and made our way to Thailand Cultural Centre MRT station to check out the nearby Ratchada […]

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Thai Style Hot and Sour Curry Recipe

I don’t remember eating a hot & sour curry in Thailand or any Thai restaurant before so when I saw this Maepranom Brand’s Hot and Sour Curry Paste, I just had to grab one to try. This hot and sour curry tasted pretty unique because the spice paste contained shrimp paste so overall, it was […]

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Srinakarin Train Market | Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin

This is probably the most image-intensive post I’ve ever done, lol. I’m literally bringing you on a tour of the Srinakarin Train Market which in my opinion, is one of the best night markets to visit in Bangkok. And it’s my favourite one too. ?? The Srinakarin Train Market or better known as Talad (‘Market’) […]

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Kaiton Pratunam Chicken Rice – Thai style Hainanese chicken rice with a delicious sauce

My friend P who is Thai, would always look forward to coming to Singapore because he loves our chicken rice a lot. He never fails to pack Boon Tong Kee’s chicken rice back home whenever he comes here as he couldn’t find a chicken rice in Bangkok that is as good as BTK’s. When I […]

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SabX2 Wanton Noodle – Overhyped, Overrated and Overpriced

Few years ago when I ate at SabX2 Wanton Noodle for the first time, the food didn’t leave a huge impression on me. However, I remembered how terrible the service was (if it was existent in the first place). Over the years, this eatery had picked up popularity because of all that hype created by […]

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Pratunam food street – Bangkok’s most authentic and best street food experience

The most wonderful thing about staying at Patra Boutique Hotel was that we were right smack in the middle of what I thought was Bangkok’s best food street. The moment we walked out our hotel, we would see all the Pratunam food stalls on the left and right. And it would be like this all […]

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