Archive for the ‘Food’ category

Mo Kata- very Thai!

June 3, 2011

Thais are generally foodies.  It would be very common to see eating places like this (buffet) with all sorts of Thai food.  These places would be so unbelievably packed at night time!

The “mo-kata” that is very near our place.  We were invited by very special friends last Friday night and we readily agreed to have dinner! We love these eating places.  So much food to choose from!

I got shy, I did not bring my camera to take photos of the food you can choose from. 🙂 So I just took a photo of what I’ve taken back to our table:  Sushi and this crunchy yellow  thing that tastes perfect with a very spicy sauce!

These are what they place on each table. We get to grill our meat here, and on the side is water where you can boil meat or vegetables if you want .  Quite hot sitting infront of this thing, though! 🙂

Fresh shrimps! they were big, I tell you!

And now they’re beautifully orange! I am so drooling! Let the eating begin!!

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Swensens and my sweet tooth

June 3, 2011

My sweet tooth can’t say no to Swensen’s… everytime. So if I don’t have money I find away to stay away from it, no matter what it takes! LOL!

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Chicken Barbecue

May 28, 2011

This yummy barbecue was sold at the streets of Silom, probably Bangkok’s busiest street. I have tried to be careful about eating street foods, but the sight of this yummy treat just made me break my rules!

Bustling with life with a traffic that kills:  Silom Road, Bangkok, Thailand

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Sweet and sour fish

May 26, 2011

We had sweet and sour fish at a restaurant just walking distance from our house. At first we never dared to eat there because it looked so fancy we thought it was very expensive. But actually the prices were just fair and I got to eat my all-time favorite dish, except that this is way too spicy than what we have in the Philippines!

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Spring rolls!

May 21, 2011

Don’t you just love spring rolls? From time to time, we just want to eat something that is not that spicy– and yes, something familiar!

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Chester’s Bangus

May 14, 2011

If you are in Thailand and you think you’ve had enough of Thai food, there are always lots of choices and Chester’s grill is one of the food chains that I particularly like. They have Thai food as well. This is one of my favorites, fried milk fish of bangus in our Filipino language. This goes with a very spicy sauce, and the salad neutralizes it perfectly. I love the basil eaten raw, too!