I reckon I should write about this awesome place I’ve been to during my last trip to Bangkok. Reason is, this place serves very authentic Thai food dated back to the days where they are being served to the Thai royalties and these dishes are believe to have medicinal effects on our bodies. No wonder most of the Thai girls we see are so slim! Well the attraction of this place is not just the food but also the whole structure. The place is made from traditional Thai teak wood and service staff are all dressed in traditional Thai costumes. So are the utensils and serving plates and bowls. My buddy in Bangkok brought me there for dinner much to my surprise as this place is tucked in some back alleys in Sukhumvit Soi 20 and it’s a really nice little paradise to have authentic Thai food, chat up with your mates, or even a date with that special someone. Check out the pics below:
Taste: Awesome. Must check it out at least once.
Price: Buddy paid but I should think it’s quite reasonable for the quality of the food and ambience.
Ok it reads Fan How Tim Ban in Cantonese or in English, it means desserts after rice… or meals… It’s just opposite the famous B仔凉粉 but I heard the latter’s standards have dropped. So I tried this stall which is renown for their Durian Pancakes, super crowded and they occupy like so many shop houses along the road and behind… amazing business they have!
Taste: Most of the stuff we tried were good. Will try other stuff on my next trip there.
Price: Total bill about HKD$100… including 3 packets of durian pancake for takeaway.
Heard so much about this chill out place located in a farmway at Pasir Ris so I decided to check it out with a friend for dinner. Not too hard to find but it’s located slightly deep in the Pasir Ris Farmway 1. So just drive straight in and keep going and head toward the Kids’ Kampong direction.
Taste: Everything was lovely. The level of spiciness can be requested. So if you want your kangkong to be more spicy, do it. If you want your curry fish head to be more spicy, do it!
Price: The whole meal came to about $70+ Pretty decent pricing really.
RTE: Yeah man, great place to chill out with some friends.
Location: 11 Pasir Ris Farmway 1 Aquafauna Centre. Phone: 67477911
Mon – Thurs: 10:30 am – 1:00 am
Fri: 10:30 am – 3:00 am
Sat – Sun: 10:00 am – 3:00 am
Located at level 2 of POMO (formerly known as Paradiz Centre), the little cafe hardly sits more than 10 of me inside. Tucked in the middle of 2 other food stalls, some people hardly notice this stall. Nevertheless, I was there to try their food! They only have 2 things. Curry Chicken (with rice or bread) and Snow Dessert (with different toppings).
The curry chicken has a strong aroma about it and after tasting it, you’ll know where the aroma comes from. It’s the rumpah (Malay-nonya version of paste made up of different spices) that makes the whole dish so nice and fragrant. Taste wise, excellent. Full body curry taste and very very tasty. The chicken and potato inside were cooked to perfection and portioning is good as well. At only $4 for the curry chicken and $0.70 for the bread! Bread is toasted till crispy on the skin and fluffy inside. So when you dip into the curry sauce and put it in your mouth… I can’t describe the feeling… you must go try it yourself. 🙂
Curry Chicken @ $4
The same cafe also sells all sorts of Snow Dessert with fruits! At $3.80 each bowl, it’s worth it cos of the generous portions of fruits on top! Quite a big bowl. 2 normal persons can share 1 bowl lah. Must try too. 🙂 Best of all, you can tell them to go easy on the syrup!
Mango Snow Dessert – SHIOK!
Look at the strands of milky snow… yummy…
Grapes Snow Dessert (Look at the amount of grapes on it… the syrup taste like those bubblegum with instant tattoos)
I will definitely be back for the curry chicken and maybe try the green tea red bean snow dessert the next round! 🙂
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