This post is highly NOT recommended for viewing if you are feeling extremely hungry right now. If by any chance you wet your keyboard while scrolling down this page, the author (me) will not be liable nor responsible for any damages or claim for anything! This is a photo intensive posts with all thing food!!! All the types of food we had in Bangkok in this post loh! *slurps!*

If you think you are ready to take up the mouth-watering challenge, click away!

Food from Day 1

Dinner at a seafood place next to Tango Vibrant Living Place Hotel…

Prawn Paste Fried Rice and Tom Yum Seafood Soup
How do you think the above tasted just looking at them from those shots? Good right? Well, actually its just so-so. Nothing that impressed me. Taste simple and a little too bland for my liking.

Our almost daily supper from along the street near our hotel…

Egg and banana prata with milk and sugar
This I must say was the best find during our 5 day trip in Bangkok. The lady selling this is very nice too. There was one night, after our naked massage together, we rushed to the stall and she was already packing up. Recognising both of us, she took out her packed ingredients and made three pratas for these two hungry souls.

The prata is cooked to the right crispiness and thickness, and the banana she added was the whole thing! Not just bits of it. Every bite into the prata will have steamy hot melted banana flowing out from the side of my lip lah! Just thinking about it makes me hungry! This I hope will always be there when we return in December!

Food from Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel cafe (Free inclusive with hotel room booking)

Being a small hotel, the serving of breakfast is not as extravagant. Simple American breakfast with choice of egg, ham and sausages with cut fruits. Than there’s the self-served cooked food with rice, and also some selection of bread and tarts. And of course, there’s the coffee, tea and me juices.

Lunch at Barcamp Bangkok 3

Packed lunch – minced chicken with long beans and bottled drink

I like how they packed the food for everyone. The queue moved much faster and there’s equal serving for everyone. For bigger conferences or events, this is a more effective way of providing food rather than queuing for buffet spread, which at times, late comers only get to eat the salads or desserts.

And surprisingly, the minced chicken with long beans was actually quite good.

Dinner at Sakura Japanese Restaurant inside Central World

Both of us ordered the same bento set which came served with Chawamushi, salad, rice, cod fish and cut oranges. The cod fish was cooked just right, texture of the fish was firm yet soft. Sauce blended well with the fish. Everything else in the set tasted very good too. Guess we were both very hungry as we waited quite a while for our food to be served. After I snapped the photos, we just stuff ourselves with everything in front of us and no word was exchanged until the last grain of rice was cleared off our bowl. (Imagine two hungry and tired women digging into the food.)

Food from Day 3

At Chatuchak Weekend Market

Stick Only – White Malt

That’s it! Our lunch for that day! We were too engrossed with the shopping that we skipped lunch and only bought this to fill our tummy when we realised it was already time for tea. It tasted very much like donuts with white malt filling but without the malt taste. For 50cents a stick, I aren’t complaining much. (WHAT?!?!?! We only spent 50cent for lunch and tea that day?! OMG!)

Dinner along Chinatown area

My first time visiting Chinatown in Bangkok. The previous times I was there, I didn’t even know this street existed lah! Thanks Diana for showing me around! She’s the Bangkok queen I tell you!!! Shopping, Eating, Shopping, Massage, Shopping, Massage, Eating…. yah, I think you get what I mean. *winks*

Yummy shui gui from the roadside! The chai poh is big and crunchy! Blends oh-so-well with the soft yet firm shui gui. Cannot find the exact same one here in Singapore leh!! Auntie! Can you come here set up a stall or not? I can eat these everyday! Our no. 2 best find in Bangkok street food!

Along the roadside too, we sat down for roasted duck noodles and coke in glass bottle! We weren’t allowed to take home the coke bottle. But after that Diana went to the shop near our hotel and bought us each a pair to bring home! So nice!

The serving of duck noodle was quite small. We cleared the bowl within few minutes. Good thing serving was small, caused Diana has got more plans for dinner that night!

Diana said we must try the sharkfin soup and birdnest while we’re there. So we headed in to one of the restaurant right after we gobbled down the tiny bowl of duck noodles.

The above picture is totally random, we didn’t eat any of these as we both hate spring onions, but I find the photo very nice lah. Look like grass tubes or fancy looking straws right? People around must be wondering what the hell this woman was doing shooting non-stop at a bunch of spring onions lah! LOL!

The sharkfin soup was not bad. Each of us had two servings from this small pot.

I also ordered fried squid. The first bite was alright, but if it was slightly more crunchy, I would have enjoyed finishing up the entire plate more. But by the time I had my fourth piece, my mouth was pretty tired from the chewing.

For review of the bird nest, you’ve got to check with Diana. I was too filled up already and couldn’t slot in any more even if its bird nest!

Food on Day 4

We skipped breakfast so that we could stay in bed longer to charge our battery for the long day ahead. Before we started on another round of madness shopping, we head over to Plantinum Food Center for lunch. They also have this prepaid card where you can use to make purchases. We each got a 150 baht card and spent every single cent for lunch! Let’s take a look at what we had for a total of 300 baht.

And check out the number of dishes the two of us bought for lunch! We cleared both our 150 baht card! But seriously, neither of these dishes excited me a single bit. I think the street food tasted better than the food center ones. Quite sad lah. So no comments, just look at the nice photos I took of the not so nice food…

After lunch, we went on our shopping spree within Platinum. Will share more about this in my shopping post! Let’s carry on with what we had for the rest of the day…

At basement of Platinum, Diana bought more desserts! This was what she got me…

Before we head back to our hotel, we decided to pay our long lost friend a visit.

Diana bought Waffle with ice-cream and chocolate sauce…

I had curly fries and chicken strips.

And not forgetting the super thick glass mug of A&W rootbeer which we both ordered. Shiokness!!

And with that, I end my food whoring post. There’s no day 5 shot because breakfast was the same from our hotel cafe and our lunch was Burger King at the airport. No photo was taken of the food too as I was too tired after the 5 days at Bangkok.

Hope your keyboard is not wet now. Don’t forget to clean off those saliva before you walk away from your desk k!


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