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    Bonkers for Burgers

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 02/09/2016

    » Bangkok has become the capital for burgers and Bangkokians seem to be going bonkers over them. The city's overrun with them and you'll find them everywhere, at fast food chains, food trucks, restaurants and 7-Elevens too.


    The mothers of mooncakes

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 08/09/2017

    » It's that time of year to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival so we decided to round up mooncakes that are on offer from various venues in Bangkok. Here are some of the mooncakes that shine the brightest in terms of flavour and packaging. *The following mooncakes are available until Oct 4 unless stated otherwise.


    Guac me, baby, One more time

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 30/12/2016

    » <b>The setting:</b> They say tacos come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. And whether they're served on a plastic plate from a greasy food truck or topped off with some hipster twist at a fancy brick-and-mortar counterpart, tacos (and maybe, Mexican food in general) are man's greatest creation when it comes to types of food that go dangerously well with any alcoholic beverage.


    Sweet (& savoury) 16

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 25/03/2016

    » The ongoing trend of attending night or hip markets in Bangkok brings along with it hundreds of food vendors that we can all salivate over. Not only do they cater to the insatiable appetites that Bangkokians have for shopping, but they also provide opportunities for small vendors to try out their new food ideas on the public (who seem to lap them right up).


    Throw out the cookbook

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 04/03/2016

    » Bangkok has an endless supply of food that can both delight and surprise you. In addition to croissant taiyaki, cone pizza, cronuts and croffles, there are other extraordinary edibles that should pique your appetite and curiosity. To help you expand your horizons (and waistlines), we've scouted the city for eateries that serve food sprinkled with curiosity, from tom yum congee to green curry pizza. They are listed in no particular order. Bon appetit!


    Fresh from the farm

    Brunch, Published on 09/11/2014

    » When you're on the road and find yourself driving past a fruit orchard, vegetable farm or rice field, the sight is a pleasure for the eyes. It lifts your spirits, especially if the farmers have set up stands beside the road to sell their fresh produce. You will probably have the urge to pull over, look over what's available, and maybe buy some to take with you. This is a common but pleasant experience that most of us have had.


    Gastronomes & gamers

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 26/09/2014

    » Game and burger buffs can have both of their appetites satisfied in one sitting at Game Over Lounge. The new "electronic playground" and cafe opened last month to serve gaming sessions via PCs, consoles, pool table and board games with a big side of famed burgers (because you know how tiring a virtual shoot-out can be). You see, the kitchen part of the place is called NERD and run by the beacon-of-burger food truck Daniel Thaiger. Your dream has come true, people! Finally a place where you can wait for one of their burgers and eat it in an air-con space! Anyone can eat at Game Over just like you do at a restaurant but, if you want a game on top of your food, you'll have to pay extra for membership and hourly rates. The impressive interior of Game Over is a far cry from your average internet shophouse where kids go to play games. It feels like you've walked into the man cave of a really cool guy who has games set up for friends. The patrons are gamers, expats and existing fans of the famous food van. And it turns out that Game Over takes both games and burgers seriously.


    Five-star local flavour

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 08/03/2013

    » It was sweaty, sometimes dusty, but absolutely fun-filled. We were on the back of a small song taew, with bags full of fresh local produce, listening to a young Australian chef explaining the recipes he planned for our lunch.

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