Creamery Boutique Ice Creams made its mark in the Bangkok dessert scene with their homemade ice cream and pairings with waffle and chocolate lava cookies. Their first franchise outlet in Malaysia opened in JB about a year ago and now, they are also in Atria Mall. Ironically, I did not know that they had a branch in PJ, so I actually went to their HQ in Bangkok.
Huai Khwang is one of the many districts in Bangkok that has a couple of hidden gem restaurants. One of them is called Sirichai and they are knwon for serving good Pork Leg Rice (Khao Kha Moo), Kuay Jap and grilled chicken.
Baked Crab with Glass Noodle (pu ob woon sen) is commonly available in Bangkok's seafood restaurants. But there are not many food stalls that specialize in this dish alone. Khlong San is probably the best place to try this, as two popular stalls are located on the same street.
Red Oven of SO Sofitel Bangkok hotel is a highly recommended restaurant for buffet in Bangkok. Food is served throughout the day and the spread is remarkable with a strong emphasis on seafood. Imagine all the premium seafood you can feast on like Alaskan King Crab, Snow Crab, sashimi, oysters and shrimps - just to name a few. More impressively, they serve freshly pan fried foie gras too!
A number of people have been asking about the seafood BBQ buffet I mentioned recently in my Jae Koy post. Because who could resist unlimited grilled fresh river prawns in Bangkok, right? Well, Mangkorn Seafood is the place where we had the aforementioned eat-all-you-can seafood BBQ.
I just came back from a short trip to Bangkok over the long weekend. Compared to our last trip we took about 3 years ago, this time we spent more time eating in restaurants instead of at street food stalls and food courts. After we checked into our hotel, we headed to Jae Koy for dinner.