Sigh, ringgit malaysia is weaken and the currency of other country is hiking up. It is a pain to see that when it comes to shopping and trip planning. Even the annual trip to our neighbour country at the northern area I also have to think twice. Ahhh, I really need to satisfy my Thai food cravings ler…
Okay lar, got this one to satisfy the craving a bit…
I had this intense craving for their Thai noodles after seeing my friend @walauwei kept posting the dishes of Ngam on instagram. Not just that. But also the lovely little tiny colourful dessert luuk chuup. I was like… ahhhh, I can get this in KL??? *tear of joy*
So I grabbed my gang of co-colleagues and headed over after work to …
I am pretty sick with this kind of hot and stuffy weather which can suddenly rain in any second. This kind of weather makes me craving for something hot, sourish and spicy. Hence, Thai food is the one that comes into my mind.
BBQ Thai – Thai Street Food
No… This was not happened a few days or few weeks before, but happened back in March. I hope I am not late in writing this and sharing with you guys. If you guys are planning for a short holiday just to eat and relax and dream, this could be one.
*All photos taken by Samsung S3
I have to say, this is a great yummy Thai place. Contunue Reading
Where to get into one’s food and culture when you are in a new place?!
Market is my answer; whether it is night market, wet market or dry market.
Last month I was travelling to Chiang Mai with my bff couple after a long planning and we actually bought the air ticket last year.
When I was in Bangkok, I visited the floating market, chatuchak market
When I was in Hua Hin, I went to their night market and some handicraft market.
And for Chiang Mai, of course must not miss out the MARKETs!
While I was attending my cousin’s wedding in Hai Yai Thailand, I had this opportunity (after my last visit N years ago) to travel around Hai Yai for food and a little bit of shopping. We were brought over to Sane Mai Thai Restaurant for dinner just the night before the wedding. I do hope I provide the correct information as I did not take down any of them, not the restaurant’s information and not even the dishes we ordered.
I have heard/read so much about this no-frills Thai kopitiam – Surisit; tucked in one corner in the TTDI neighbourhood, serving authentic Thai dishes in this hawker-liked/ kopitiam environment. Simple décor with marble-topped tables, wooden chairs, and utensils and variety of seasonings on the tables; decorated same as how it looks like in those kopitiam in Thailand. Contunue Reading