BKK: #1.1

I last minute decided to hop on a trip to Bangkok with my crew 🙂  (one of the most last minute decisions that I have ever made in my life – no exaggerations intended) . And of which, I have now compiled a list of food places that we visited and enjoyed. 🙂

So we took the “airport express” straight to our hotel ( we stayed at pullman hotel at king complex)

Welcome juice: Carrot and orange mixed? refreshing enough ..

The first place, as chronologically visited, is our first stop : Chinatown!!!!! because we arrived late afternoon in bangkok, we decided to grab an early dinner. So as reccomended by troopie kay, TK Seafood. The picture below is a picture of the kitchen! literally dinning by the road side .. with the cars trying to drive through the roads .. it felt like an authentic thai experience 🙂 Right opposite theres also a similar joint, with their crew all dressed in red polo shirts.. but we were reccomended this one instead! Spot those with the green polo shirts 🙂

Kitchen

 

ok, following on, so we ordered to share among 5 of us :

Stir Fried Water Morning Glory

River Prawn with Glass Noodles and Black Pepper

Oyster Thai Omelet

Fried Stuffed Crab with Crab Meat and Glass Noodle

Seafood Lemon Grass Soup with Milk ( aka Tom Yum Soup)

 

Verdict: 4.5/5 of us will return! Thankfully we arrived early and managed to get seats, before people started coming and queuing up for seats … The tom Yum Soup was lethal .. for a few sips, you could not taste the spiciness until it slowly kicks in! and it was quite richly but not too thick until you feel like throwing up after a few sips .. 🙂 This was one of my favourite dishes .. 🙂 (HMM Idea! ok watch out for the next post in a different format)
The stuffed crab was also quite well received, and so was the oyster omelet 🙂 My crew thoroughly enjoyed the food and we finished it up all in a bit 🙂

T&K Seafood
49-51 Phadung Dao Rd,
Chinatown, Bangkok.
T: (02) 223 4519.

 

 

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