Bangkok is not only a heaven for
the men shopping but also food! I've actually Google and blog hopping beforehand to see what's worth to eat at Bangkok, can only chose the most popular ones as we were there for only 4 days 3 nights, a very rush trip.
I've filtered out those food we ate during the trip which I think worth mentioning.
@ Food court, Platinum Mall
Green curry chicken rice
The food court is so big here in Platinum Mall, hundreds of tables are provided but almost all are occupied.
Dessert @ Swensen, Platinum Mall
(pale looking face, first day after touching down)
Swensen is not in my itinerary, we decided to go here instead of Mr Jones Orphanage at Siam Center cause of the location. Siam Center is further away from where we stay, but Platinum Mall is just about 10 minutes walk from the hotel.
End up, no regrets! Much cheaper and yummier compared to Malaysia.
T&K seafood, Chinatown
(It's easier to get here by metered cab)
By far the most satisfying meal we had ;) Can't recall the price but I think it's about RM 50 including drinks, very reasonable, the seafood was fresh! It was raining heavily this night we almost cancelled the trip to Chinatown, luckily we din't! But since it was near 10pm when we got there so most shops were closed, hence I din't know is there any nice place to shop around. What I saw was a big food store called Lin Zhen Xiang (林真香) and some road stalls selling food and drinks, and some traffic as well ;)
Mango glutinous rice @ floating market
A trip to Thailand is not complete without a taste of their famous mango glutinous rice ;)
Somtam @ Siam Square Soi 5
(We followed the map and managed to locate this shop, not too difficult, as long as you are at the Siam Square area, look for the signboard Soi 5)
Deep fried spicy fish
Spicy pork belly soup
Green papaya salad
Such a hot lunch! I was seriously sweating though it's an air-conditioned restaurant. But I have to say this is worth trying, especially if you like spicy food
Mango Tango @ Siam Square Soi 5
(Not hard to locate since it's just near Somtam)
I miss their mango desserts!! So sweet, juicy and simply delicious!! But the cafe is extremely small til everyone is sitting so close next to each other ;)
Kane mochi @ Asiatique
I have not taste the one at KL but my pal Crystal it's nice, and it is slightly cheaper too! Sweet dessert after our dinner at Asiatique.
Not much food eh? Cause this trip is all about shopping (and walking as well)! But in order to have energy to shop must at least eat a bit also la! :p
This trip we eat quite a bit, but I think we walked even more than what we eat. So I din't put on any weight after I came back, haha xD
Next up, our birthday dinner at the tallest building in Thailand, do stay tune ;)