Category: Thailand

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Pandan-wrapped fried chicken

ONE of the best versions of fried chicken I’ve tried and still can’t stop longing for it every now and then is the fried chicken slices carefully wrapped in packets of pandan leaves. The first time I had it was at an open restaurant at...

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Taste of Thai Roti

  Roti, a paper-thin wheat flour pan-fried bread prepared in roadside food stalls is a very common site everywhere in Thailand. I call it the Thailand pancake because Roti is so similar to a regular pancake or tortillas fried in margarine. Roti is served as...

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Mango sweet sticky rice

IT was not a case of love at first bite for me with this street food delicacy called Kow Neuw Ma Muang, or mango on sticky rice, but when I finally tried it, I wished I tried it earlier. This dessert is a serving of...

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Garlic fried fish

Crispy-fried fish topped with garlic and peas, served with a spicy dip and a side of vegetables. Perfect, except that I don’t eat garlic so first task is always to scrape off all the garlic and shake the fish free of garlic crumbs before digging...

Spicy cuisine at Mai Thai Restaurant
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Spicy cuisine at Mai Thai Restaurant

DOES the thought of Thai spicy food make your mouth water in anticipation? Then you should try the island’s newest destination for authentic Thai cuisine —  the Mai Thai Spicy Restaurant in San Antonio. We were heading to another restaurant for a late lunch on...

Hot and spicy dishes at the Thai House
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Hot and spicy dishes at the Thai House

HOT and spicy with a dash of sweet taste are the dominant flavors in the two dishes that we tried at the Thai House in Garapan on Saturday evening. Not so hungry, we decided to check out the place and ordered a couple of dishes....