Thai Food Blog Posts

eatBangkok: the Best Tom Yam and Fish Cakes @ Chatuchak Market

Chatuchak market or JJ Market is the world’s largest day market and there is absolutely no doubt about this.  With such a title, Chatuchak has a lot to offer when it comes to feeding the hungry locals and tourists.  If you are unable to v...
by WenY Wonders Why on Feb 4, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Thai-style Barbecue and Suki @ Best Beef

This post really sucks if you are a vegan.  Otherwise, if you have 250 Baht in your pocket and are looking for endless serves of tasty barbecue meat, look no further than Best Beef in Sukhumvit.  This very local Thai barbecue place only cos...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 30, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Delicious River Prawns and Crab Claypots @ Jae Piak,

If you leave Nai Mong Hoy Tod with a craving for more seafood, Bangkok has a little place beyond the likes of T&K Seafood in Chinatown for you food lovers.  Andrew Weinns from has again introduced something off the beaten...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 28, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Sweet Cravings @ Petite Audrey, Mango Tango & Mr Jones, Siam Central

While I am no sweet tooth, it is finally time to kick back and relax after a fill of savoury courses.  3 places frequently mentioned are Petite Audrey, Mr Jones Orphanage & Mango Tango.  All of which are in Siam Central area.  Here...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 26, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Crunchy Oyster Omelettes @ Nai Mong Hoy Tod, Chinatown Bangkok

Seafood is a big hit in Thailand and the oyster omelette (more like a pancake) or Hoy Tod is one of the most recognisable form where seafood is presented in a basic but extremely tasty form.  From the starchy Taiwanese version topped with pink s...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 24, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Delicious Boat Noodles @ Doy Kuay Teow Reau & the "best" Pad Thai @ Thip Samai

There are simply too many places to eat in Bangkok and this trip I dined at some really delicious places in town, some popular while others are hidden treasures! Writing this post has got me drooling again!Doy Kuay Teow Reau at Victory MonumentLookin...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 22, 2015

eatBANGKOK: Sensational Fried Chicken @ Som Tam Nua, Siam Square

Coming to Bangkok as a foreigner no matter how prepared, you might feel that cleanliness can be quite an issue (even if you country is no better). In saying that, I can guarantee you that looks are deceiving.  But if you insist, here is a place...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 20, 2015

eatBANGKOK: A Foodie's Guide to Bangkok Street Food

From the hotdogs stands to Gryo Platters at Halal Bros. in NYC, the spicy Tteobokki in Seoul, and the Smelly Tofu & Curry Fish ball vendors in Hong Kong, street food is an interesting dining scene where spare change can make your buds tingle. &nb...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 19, 2015

eatBANGKOK: WHAT, WHERE and HOW to eat in Bangkok

I am no expert in eating, but I have no hesitation in claiming Bangkok as one of the top cities for eating and in this mini series called eatBANGKOK, I bring you what my homeboys Yobi, ZS and I ate through this bustling city.  Everyone boasts to...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 18, 2015

Melbourne: Modern Thai @ Longrain, Little Bourke Street

While the highly rated Chin Chin seems to be all the rave in Melbourne, my trip to the modern Longrain on Little Bourke Street still shows that the top spot for Modern Asian is still up for grabs.  Modern Thai food has come a long way from the a...
by WenY Wonders Why on Jan 6, 2015

Delicious Thailand Foods

Thai foods is one of the foreigners love most why they travel Thailand. Thai foods is famous all over the world because it is very unique foods and very delicious.In Thailand especially in Bangkok, Thai foods is very affordable and so delicious. Ther...
by Travel Hotspot In Thailand on Nov 23, 2014

Thai Palace: A Review

I miss the immigrant communities of America and the many different ethnic restaurants that populate the mini malls, side streets and ground floor retail space of American cities.  Some are authentic and some are an Americanized copy of a cuisine. ...
by Cup of Zhou on Jun 11, 2014

Back for more @ Bali Thai

Visit my website @ Return for more Thai food @ Bali Thai. I have tried many Thai restaurant and Bali Thai is definitely one of my favourite ones so far. I have been to their outlet @ Suntec and very...
by PrincessMic's diary on Apr 28, 2014

Thai Prawn and Lemongrass Soup – Ken Hom recipe

Today I’m sharing a very simple but tasty soup I usually make at home,using one of my favourite recipe books. Simple Thai Cookery from Ken Hom (BBC Books) was my first Thai recipe book and I have been cooking with it … Continue reading &...
by Around the Bowl on Feb 25, 2014

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Bites: Galangal Thai Cuisine @ East Victoria Park

Located just minutes from the main café strip in Victoria Park, lies another hidden gem in town.  Galangal Thai Cuisine has been around for years but its hidden location among the East Victoria Park’s suburb shops means it gets little exposur...
by WenY Wonders Why on Dec 11, 2013

Dried Banana Roll

by Thai Food Delicasies on Nov 3, 2013

Khanom krok

Khanom krok...
by Thai Food Delicasies on Oct 8, 2013

Bites: Red Opium @ Perth (revisited)

by WenY Wonders Why on Oct 6, 2013

Bites: Red Opium @ Perth (revisited)

by WenY Wonders Why on Oct 6, 2013