Sunday, 5 June 2011

Food pics from my latest Thailand trip: Bangkok

Well, I'm now back safe and sound from my SEAsia trip.  I've actually been working part time back at Nahm London, in between private catering and other stuff, has been great.

So here's some long overdue snaps from eating my way around Thailand.  More instalments to come.

These are a sample from Bangkok, I'll do some from down south, up north and around in subsequent posts...

Night time 'khao man gai' (poached chicken rice) seller, Chinatown

Huge fresh water prawns for sale 'Or Tor Kor' market

A dry red curry cooked with a crispy catfish 'pad prik king pla dook foo' - 'Or Tor Kor' market
'Thai berries' a type of tender, non-sour tamarind eaten raw (especially in Isarn) - 'Or Tor Kor' market

'Pad kee mao' ('drunk man's stir-fry'), Chinatown

'Kanom jeen nam prik' special rice noodles served with a sweet spicy & fragrant sauce, plus herbs, eggs and crispy fish skin accompaniments

Poached bananas with young coconut sorbet, MBK shopping mall

'Dtom Klong pla grop' (a herbal, smokey hot n sour soup with crisp fish), plus in the background: wing bean salad - Chote Chitr, Banglamphu 
MBK food hall, hundreds of dishes, some good some not so good - 6th floor of MBK mall
'Pad si ew' a smokey stir fry with wide rice noodles and pork @ Nay Lao

Late night eating & drinking session with some friendsd at an Isarn food stall - don't ask me where we were!


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