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    Get your spicy clogs on, dears

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 05/08/2018

    » Last week I wrote the story of one of the 12 boys and their coach from the Wild Boars football team who said he just wanted to eat some pad kaprao, the Thai basil stir-fried dish, after their Tham Luang cave ordeal between June 23 and July 10 in Chiang Rai's Mae Sai district.


    Let's get high

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 03/03/2017

    » Many restaurants aspire to give their patrons an elevated dining experience, and in some cases, this has been taken literally. Bangkok is home to a vast array of rooftop restaurants and bars, some of which are well-known, go-to places for a dinner with a magnificent view of the city's skyline. This week, we have rounded up a number of relatively new rooftop restos for you to check out and enjoy. Protip: don't look down. Seriously.


    Fish tails

    Brunch, Published on 25/11/2018

    » The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning to four Thai fish sauce brands to follow their manufacturing standards more strictly. Once the manufacturers comply, they will be able to export their nam pla to the US as usual.


    'Pad kaprao' still on top

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 29/07/2018

    » At times, one cannot help but appreciate the most minute details of a huge news story, such as the boys from the Wild Boars football team saying after their cave ordeal that they just wanted to eat some pad kaprao.


    Casual urban chic

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 13/07/2018

    » It was a relaxing Sunday afternoon so intimate and homelike that my four dining companions and I jokingly asked for a way to the bedroom.


    Hidden in plain sight

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 08/06/2018

    » There is no doubt Thailand's nightlife is booming with bars and drinks with unusual names and concoctions. And speaking of which, for every new bar that opens, there has to be a gimmick of some sort to attract bar patrons. Which brings us to this week's cover story for which we went around the city looking for bars with hard-to-spot entrances. After constantly getting lost and double checking Google Maps on our phones, we managed to list four hidden (well not-so-hidden now that we're writing about them) bars for the adventurous bar hoppers who would like to do a bit of effort in getting a drink. Half the fun is discovering them on your own so we included an elusive metre in terms of difficulty finding each tavern, as well as providing a few hints to help guide you on your way. Whether you have already discovered them (shush!) or in need of a change of setting and have a sense of exploration with friends, then Godspeed!


    The cream of the royal crop

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 06/11/2016

    » Whenever I am at the Or Tor Kor Market, I always try to stop in at Doi Kham, the Royal Project store there. As I wander around browsing the produce and other products, I get the feeling that it is different from supermarkets or other kinds of fresh markets. Every item I pick up has a special significance. Each was grown through the skill of a farmer who was cultivating land that in some way had been damaged or degraded. It may have been used previously to grow opium poppies, or to rotate crops until the soil was depleted and all that remained was bare mountain land without vegetation.


    Fifa flavours

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 20/06/2014

    » Food and football might not sound even remotely similar, but trust creative bakeries and restaurants to make them connect deliciously. To welcome the Fifa World Cup 2014, many eateries have released football-themed products to keep up with the craze.


    Uruguay, Costa Rica, Colombia, Greece go through

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 25/06/2014

    » Uruguay, Costa Rica, Colombia and Greece are in. England, Italy, Japan and Ivory Coast are out.


    Right this way for authentic malay

    Brunch, Published on 31/03/2013

    » Fahmi Sabri grew up with the unique three-in-one cuisine of Malaysia. At breakfast he usually dipped Indian-accented roti into a tangy tamarind sauce. Lunchtime often featured nasi lemak _ considered the country's national dish _ in which rice cooked in coconut milk and flavoured with pandan leaves is served with dried anchovies, a boiled egg, cucumber, roasted peanuts and a zippy sambal (chilli sauce). And many times for dinner he enjoyed mee goreng mamak, a medley of stir-fried yellow noodles and vegetables.

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