I just happen to be very blessed when it comes to food – and I have to share the good stuff, yes? (Though this is not helping that I have to get in to my wedding dress in 4 months! I went for my first fitting about 2 weeks ago – and just barely, I had to suck it all in and bend over to push all the breath out in me just so the zip could go up. But that is another story…)
Dinner when we arrived at Tsu Traditional Japanese Restaurant, JW Marriott Bangkok Sukhumvit. Don’t ask me why Japanese food in Bangkok. I don’t eat Sushi – but I can tell the raw fish servings are VERY generous!
This is the stuff that I don’t eat;
Stuff I eat – I ordered fried chicken…
Check out the little kid diggin’ in! Gorgeous!
Headed to China town after dinner – and believe it or not – some of us ate more!
Black pepper and internal organs soup – or what’s left of it… I went for a walk, and this was all that was left – fine by me, since I don’t do internal organs.
Next day lunch at China town, fish porridge. This stall has been there for 60 years – I don’t have the address, but it’s a side lane – see if you can recognise it from the pictures if you happen to be there.
This is the chef and owner;
Following night’s dinner at this restaurant that I would totally recommend and go back to again!
Khrua Nai Baan
94 Langsuan Road, Lumpini
T: 0 2253 1888
This is just for starters –
Shark’s fin soup – not my fave, but never mind…
We had TWO! pigs!!! ONE + ONE!
YUM! My favourite! Crabs and prawns.
And because I love the beef and beef ball soup – just for me!!! Special order – take away from a famous beef ball soup place;
On our last morning in Bangkok – we went to the fruit market – bought 2 boxes of mangoes to bring home, but they were confiscated at the airport upon arrival. REMEMBER! NO MANGOES ARE ALLOWED IN TO MALAYSIA.
And we finish off the trip with a two hour massage on the way to the airport. This is a HUGE spa, and I give it 2 thumbs up.
Bangkok Natural Spa and Resort
1148 soi Pattanakarn Road
T: 0 2319 7015 9