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    Epicurean expedition

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 22/06/2018

    » Running parallel to the Chao Phraya River, Charoen Krung is commonly known as one of Bangkok's oldest thoroughfares -- the first to be built according to modern engineering.


    Taking noodle up a notch

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 16/02/2018

    » The Setting: A kuay tiew experience doesn't have to mean a quick shophouse meal where all the tables have the flimsy pink papers for wiping everything and plastic jugs filled with tea that look like they have never been washed. If the idea of kuay tiew has become uneventful, Mamarin Noodles can spice it up for you (lame food pun intended). You see, the new kuay tiew restaurant highlights a Ban Beung (a district in Chon Buri) variation of the popular street food while taking it up a notch with the cosy ambience and, most importantly, quality ingredients.


    It's all in the stars

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 08/12/2017

    » Months of kitchen rumours, speculations from experts and chef anxieties are finally over.


    Classic cool

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 12/05/2017

    » Charoen Krung neighbourhood is a crossroads where traditions meet contemporaries -- a clash of old and new, past and future, and it is now clamouring with street art, retro shops, galleries, street food and fine dining.


    The rice president

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 07/04/2017

    » <b>The setting:</b> Arroz is situated in a dainty house on the lower end of the leafy street of Soi 53. A quiet residential area that's been asking for an eatery that serves up something other than pizza and sushi.


    Dishing on noodles

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 29/01/2017

    » It might just be chauvinism on my part, and perhaps I just have it wrong, but I have the impression that Thailand has more noodle dishes than any other country. For starters, there are kuay tio luuk chin plaa (rice noodles with balls of pounded fish meat), ba-mee muu daeng or pet yang (wheat noodles with Chinese red pork or grilled duck meat), kuay tio ruea (rice "boat noodles"), kuay tio nuea (rice noodles with beef), kuai tio khae (Hakka style), kuay tio kaeng (also known as kuay tio khaek, in curried coconut cream sauce) and kuay tio kai mara (with chicken and bitter melon).


    Ooh la la

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 24/03/2017

    » <B>The setting:</B> If you've been to the ground floor of Siam Paragon before, you know it's an air-conditioned playground for foodies. I will go as far as saying that it's a dining ecosystem with a vast selection of kiosks, cafes and restaurants for you to choose from (and chomp on).


    Superstar Japanese chef arrives in Bangkok

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 26/08/2016

    » The location had never disappointed me when it came to gastronomic excitement.


    Hotpot that hits the spot

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 08/07/2016

    » Tokyo's Ginza district is globally famous not only as a haven for high-end shopping, luxurious fashion and sleepless entertainment. Its gourmet appreciation, too, is known to be top class.


    Good food is only half the battle

    Brunch, Published on 28/12/2014

    » The technique of managing a restaurant is usually taught at schools that offer courses in hotel and restaurant management. It is a standard curriculum taught internationally.

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