Eating in Thailand

I’m back 🙂

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After a relaxing, refreshing, exciting, and most importantly delicious holiday!

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Thailand is probably my most favourite food destination. The abundance of fresh seafood, seasonal veggies, tender meat, and gorgeous flavours makes it an unforgettable culinary haven.

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I’ll let the pictures do the talking.

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A tiny eatery on the streets on Bangkok, with warm food, and warmer people.

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An interesting red drink called Rozelle, made from a fruit.

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Warm, gooey doughnuts in between frantic bouts of shopping.

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It was hard to pick a flavour, as you can imagine 🙂

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Plump pork sausages, grilled on a stick. Perfect for a rainy day.

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Grilled chicken wings on sticks. Beyond delicious.

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What we had to choose from. Obviously, we took three of everything 🙂

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Local beer- Singha.

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A dressed-up mixed berry breezer. I couldn’t decide if I like the drink better, or the jacket!

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My most favourite drink in Thailand: Fresh coconut water. So refreshing, and sweet.

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Assorted crepes with a million choices- fruit, chocolate, biscuits, cream.

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Up, close, and personal with Mr Crepe 🙂

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These are the ones we got. The cream was made by angels. I swear it.

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We felt quite adventurous trying these traditional desserts. How colourful, right?

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We picked out some colourful bits, and it was served with coconut milk, sugar syrup, and crushed ice.

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Blueberry ice-cream yogurt. Sweetness of ice-cream and the healthiness of yogurt!

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A local wine-cooler. Seems innocent enough, but rather deadly, especially when combined with other drinks.

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Batter-fried squid alters your life.

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Thai fried rice, wrapped in an omelet. Isn’t that ingenious?

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Basil beans and pork, with rice. Don’t miss the sweet, star shaped rice arrangement 🙂

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Cold Chrysanthemum tea. SO good.

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More fried rice, with fish sauce. I could eat this every, single day.

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Chicken noodle soup. Wholesome, warm, and wonderful.

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Little fried crabs. I died with happiness.

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Here’s a closer look at a little fella.

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Plump and crispy fried shrimp.

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Freshly prepared crab and shrimp, right on the beach.

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Take a look at the shrimp. Isn’t he magnificent?

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Show-stopping pork kebabs 🙂

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Fried squid with tartare sauce and salad greens. Delish!

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Assorted Satay.

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Dessert: Creme brulee, vanilla-bean ice-cream and mango in a fudgey sauce.

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Prawn spring rolls, in a bed of mini crisps, with sweet plum sauce = Happiness.

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Colourful cocktails to celebrate a perfect holiday.

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Are you jealous? You should be 🙂

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27 thoughts on “Eating in Thailand

  1. Wow amazing diversity.. I go to Thai almost every year.. n shame to say, I still haven’t tried out so many of these.. next time, I’m coming back with a bigger tummy n a happier heart 🙂

    Excellent post here.. the pictures r fabulous!! 🙂

  2. WOW, Storm! I didn’t even know that some of those food exist while I was there. Well, I guess, it’s in the nature of cooks to try out local food when they’re traveling, so they can enrich their experience on taste.
    Seeing you this excited about Thai food, I guess you should try Indonesian food. I bet you won’t regret it 😀

  3. My brother suggested I might like this blog. He was entirely right. This post truly made my day. You can not imagine just how much time I had spent for this information! Thanks!

  4. Excellent food and drinks. But don’t tell me that you only ate and drank. What are the other exciting things that you all did there. I thought you must have spent a lot of time shopping

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