📍 107, 12 13 Rang Nam Alley, Bangkok
I made my friends try the crab curry. But this was made with crab meat chunks and not the entire crab itself. Oh how I love eating seafood without the shells. Is just so much more convenient! The curry was a bit sweeter than I’m used to but it was good. The chunks were big and that curry just kind of melted into your mouth. I was eating this by the spoonful without any rice. The Tom Yum soup was excellent as always and wasn’t too spicy. We had a non spicy morning glory (See the reoccurring theme?) again cooked with garlic. The pad Thai has large chunks of shrimp and those tofu pieces. It was quite late in the evening and we were all just famished at this point. The steamed fish was not really Thai Style at all and I have no idea why my friends got it but it was good. I guess they don’t get fish a lot back in the states. We also got some duck with a bit of noodles on top which had a salty soy sauce taste. I’m starting to think this restaurant is mixing Congress food into their menu! We ordered a second morning glory but for some reason we only got the stems? 🙃 all washed down with a fresh coconut.
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🍲Larp Silom 3
📍 40 Si Lom 3, Silom, Bangkok
What an amazing meal. We were just ordering everything we saw off the menu. The first photo is a preserved egg with tofu, Thai style! It’s made with basil on type and has a spiciness to it with the preserved egg fried. Really different from what I normally get in China or Taiwan. The grilled pork came out looking a bit plainly but was delicious. The meat was tender and juicy with that spicy sesame sauce. The chicken vermicelli was really spicy 🌶. I only took a few bites to try not to sweat too much. We got two different seafood omelettes which was awesome. It kind of reminded of the oyster omelettes in Taiwan but quite different as there was no sauce. It was kind of like that Chinese America style Egg Foo Young! It was the last place I thought I’d get something like that. Tired time we ordered a spicy and non spicy morning glory and both were great. The shrimp toast and pad Thai and Tom Yum Soup. Ah, I could eat this everyday.
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我真的可以每天吃這些。我們菜單看到什麼就點了什麼。泰式皮蛋豆腐，蛋是炸的也加了九層塔。這才是辣辣的然後也跟台灣的不一樣。你們應該來吃一吃！烤豬肉也煮到剛好的嫩。米線是辣的所以到最後我只有吃幾口但是味道還是很好。我們點了煎蛋捲然後我覺得有一點像蚵仔煎。哇我真的沒脫想像在泰國也有。沒有蚵仔煎的醬但是也有一點像中國美國egg foo young。我們點了兩分空心菜，辣得很不辣的。還是覺得辣的比較好吃。他們的冬運湯也還很好喝，沒有特別辣！
House (Kachai) Fried Rice and Wild Boar Collar....that was the choice for this food run.
TJ e house blend of spices mixed with the curry powder made for a flavorful fried rice. But what set this apart was the medley of proteins Chinese Sausage, Chicken, Prawns and Egg, not to mention the juicy chunks of pineapple.
The star of the meal was the tender pieces of Wild Boar. Perfectly seasoned and grilled.
All Thai food lovers, I do recommend this small restaurant near wat Pho. Crab meat fried rice with crispy pork, cream meat with Chilli and salt and deep fried fish with Chilli fish sauce. Food truly taste awesome. However, it a family business, you might need to wait . Ensure being the 1st customer at 10 am. #foodroute#visitbangkok#thaieats#eatthai#thaifoodbangkok#crablover
📍 #NORTHRICHLANDHILLS • Sending noodz... 🍜 My search for the perfect Pad Thai is officially over! 🙌🏼 So glad I came across this hidden gem of a restaurant that offers the most mouthwatering Thai dishes 🤤
Weekend hop to Bangkok! Went to the Train Nightmarket on my first night. This snack was on my must-try list. I actually finished this entirely. Sooooo gooodzzz
1 1614 October, 2019
📍88 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road, Bangkok
We really liked this place so we came back again and tried to mix it up and keep some originals we liked. The chicken Penang was slightly spicy but with a nice sauce that I mixed with my rice. The chicken was marinated well and took in a lot of the sauce. The coconut chicken soup was not spicy (because we ordered it like this) and it had this sour coconut flavor which was amazing. The soup also kind of reminded me of the Tom Yum soup. The sweet and spicy cod had a strong fish taste but the sauce was still great. I ordered the fried crab meat balls as I was really curious. The skin was very thin and the chrysanthemum sweet dipping sauce was very nice. It was a sweet honey like flavor. The rest was part of what we ordered the first time and of course, morning glory once again! This time spicy 🌶.
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Makan siang kali ini bakalan melimpir lagi ke @thaistreet.id buat incipin pad thainya. To be honest aku udh dua kali makan di sini dan dari beberapa menu yang aku coba malah cocok dengan rasa pad thainya yabg dominan ke manis dengan hint sedikit asem.
Wah, apalagi dicampur dengan bubuk chili khas thainya. Endulita! Sajian ini aku request enggak pake taoge ya, karena emang enggak suka sama jenis sayuran itu. Overall, enak dan bikin pengen balik lagi hehe. 📍Thai Street, Supermall Karawaci
Dispatch from Elmhurst, Queens:
📸 (1) Nam tok "braised pork noodle" (2) Broadway facade.
With only some notes in the city's Thai Facebook groups, a tiny sandwich board outside, and obviously successful word of mouth, the second weekend of life for Thai Cook was a very busy one. Venturing in both days over this past weekend found excited Thai diners filling many of the establishment's tables, a common occurrence in a neighborhood where news travels fast of new openings.
The new restaurant actually exists within the confines of iCook, the all you can barbecue and hot pot joint that took up residence here a couple years ago. Thai Cook brings its own energy to the space, which often would find itself empty during off hours. Hopefully this relationship works out for both, as each might bring the other unique customers.
Noodle soups come in three options all for $5 each here, small portions that allow for the table to order quite a few other dishes without filling up too fast. This style is often seen at the noodle houses in Thailand, where small bowls of noodles can be ordered and re-ordered until full. What translates on their English menu as "braised pork noodle" is nam tok, full of thinly sliced cuts and balls. The broth trends a bit towards the sweet side but naturally this soup desires to be spicy, so ask for the condiment rack and go for it.
📍 Thai Cook (at iCook), 81-17 Broadway, Elmhurst, Queens.
ℹ️ The full story today on our website, link in bio. @icookthaicook
10 13014 October, 2019
One of my must orders at every Thai place... Fried Fish w/ Mango/ Apple salad 🥗 🐟 🤤 I think @holybasil does it the best 🙈
2 2614 October, 2019
Living in philly and in search for the best tom yum soup out there? Search no more. I present to you kalaya‘s soup. #kathryneats#idforkwiththat
PSA: Amazing new Thai restaurant in LES‼️Y’all need to bookmark @noree_thai_bazaar ASAP 📌
🍴The whole fried snapper in sweet chili sauce was fire 🔥🔥 Definitely get the chicken skewers and pad Thai too! 🍜🍗
Deliver from @thai_u_up with their crispy garlic chicken (that’s very delicious) and had a couple extra sides of things such as the Pad Kee Mao and Sweet basic with chicken and veggies. What’s your fav Thai dish? @ubereats 🚗
66 75625 May, 2019
A delicious Thai lunch platter filled with variety! Sweet and sour soup, green curry chicken, tofu Pad Thai, and fried fish with a spicy coconut base sauce 😋
All this would be even better if it were in Thailand! #WishIWasinThailand@thailandinsidercanada@contiki
Koh Lipe, @kohlipeto
Let’s just say I had the Thai-m of my life at @wayla.nyc! I am always asked the question, “Do you know any new tasty spots to check out?”... Yes, THIS PLACE! From the amazing food to the amazing service, this Thai restaurant makes one of my favorite dinners in NYC y’all!🙌🏾🤤🔥🎉🙌🕺🏾 #briancantstopeating