Starting the day at Flour Shoppe is the best idea I’ve had in a while. The restaurant hidden behind the Central Food Hall floor of Central Chidlom mall, is worth hunting down if you’re hungry for a satisfying western breakfast. In the latest youtube episode, I join for their buttermilk biscuit stuffed with honey butter […]
Honestly, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything about food in Chiang Mai. Until recently I also haven’t had many questions or comments about the food scene in the Northern city either. However, a few people have requested I post the rest of the photos from Like Life Diner, a low key burger joint […]
I love Thailand’s hoy tod or batter fried oyster and mussels! The dish of Chinese origin often outranks pad thai in terms of local following, but internationally few people outside of Chinese communities know of it. It’s crispy, it’s mushy, it’s slimy and about four other textures and I’ve made my case for why it’s […]
Pretty soon I may start having dreams about stir fried basil. I’ve written about seeing the dish, commonly known by it’s Thai name ‘pad krapow‘, leveled up and made with Australian lamb at Soul Food. We taught you how to fire it up street food style in all it’s the steamy glory on Eating Thai Food. […]
I don’t know which Chinese sage invented these eggs, but by now he should have be the food philosopher’s equivalent of Confucius. Century egg or pidan, also known as preserved egg, hundred-year egg,thousand-year egg, thousand-year-old egg, and millennium egg, is a Chinese cuisine ingredient made by preserving duck, chicken or quail eggs in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for several weeks to several months, depending on the method of […]
Always rotating, the Spanish style tortillas at Opposite Mess Hall change regularly. On this particular evening I dropped in after working nearby, saw tongue on the menu and thought I’d have a go. How’s she look? Read my full review on the recent opening of Opposite Mess Hall on Eating Thai Food.