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Subway

2019-01-19 14:37

After 3 weeks of traveling around SE Asia it’s good to have a short break from the local food. This subway was very good and all ingredients were very fresh. Don’t worry it’s only a short break from local food

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By: Jeff

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Subway

2019-01-19 14:37

By: Jeff

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By: Jeff

Subway

After 3 weeks of traveling around SE Asia it’s good to have a short break from the local food. This subway was very good and all ingredients were very fresh. Don’t worry it’s only a short break from local food

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2019-01-19 14:37

By: Jeff

Hot Pot Buffet

I think this restaurant just scrapes in with a like. We chose the Tom yum broth which was pretty good but I thought the ingredients we chose to cook were not as good as I’ve had at other hot pot restaurants in Thailand and certainly China. The sushi buffet was good though and I mainly ate this in the end. Would come again but would be more selective on what I chose to go in the hotpot

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2019-01-10 08:31

By: Nana

T&K Seafood

It is 11 pm in Bangkok. You are hungry and you crave for seafood. Where should you head to? Well, Chinatown ( or yawalat in Thai language) is a great choice. This part of Bangkok offers great Chinese Chinese food at affordable price. You must visit Chinatown in Bangkok if you are a tourist. This is a very interesting part of Thailand where most of the Chinese community resides. There are a lot of shop houses with Chinese signboard and many residents there speak mandarin or teo chew dialect. We normally go to Chinatown either to shop in the goldsmith shops or to eat at the famous street market which only operates in the evening. There are more than 100 hawker stalls in Chinatown that operate in the evening and they sell different types of Chinese food, such as Chinese seafood, fried noodles, fried rice, dessert, fruits, braised meats etc. If you are looking for something more exotic, there are stalls that sell shark fins soup, sparrow spit dessert, stinky Thai durian, deep fried centipede and scorpion etc. We dare you........... My favorite stall in Chinatown is T&K seafood which specializes in selling Chinese seafood cuisine. You select the live seafood and they will cook it according to your request. The popular dishes are grilled prawn, curry crab, steamed lemon sea-bass, grilled squid, fried vegetables, grilled clam, fresh oysters etc. The seafood at T&K are really fresh and the restaurant is able to cook them really well. Prices are really reasonable. Plus, you will be sitting on the pavement by the street with cars zooming by as you have your meal. Trust me, this is be a great dining experience you will remember fondly when you think of Bangkok. Please visit Chinatown at least once when you are in Thailand. Eat at the Bangkok famous Chinatown street market if you have the opportunity.

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2019-01-07 00:09

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