Last month my friend Deb celebrated her birthday by treating us to lunch at Azuthai. What was supposed to be just a few hours of get together morphed into 12 hours of non-stop eating, drinking and laughing.
From the south of France I now take you to Thailand on my visual tour of Balesin Island Club a resort in the province of Quezon in the Philippines. The 500 hectare tropical paradise is made up of 7 different villages each with it’s own villas, restaurants and pools.
My friend Debbie and her nephew Chef Jeremy have a new catering business called Deli San Honore. We ordered a Thai dinner from them for our group’s Christmas party. I don’t think they have full catering service that supplies tables, chairs, etc since they just started but you can order food from them. mango-catfish saladContinue reading “Deli de San Honore”
The best times to eat out with good friends are those that are unplanned. It took only one text message a couple of hours before lunch to get the four of us together at Mango Tree in Bonifacio High Street. It was my first time to try this Thai restaurant located at a prominent locationContinue reading “Lunch at Mango Tree”
Last August I went back to Hong Kong alone to submit more requirements to the Hong Kong immigration. I had to go back to their offices three times and finally the kind immigration officer gave in to my request of for an extension of stay for another two years.( I’m a Hong Kong resident.)I wasContinue reading “Lunch at Nahm Restaurant”
This is my last post on Bangkok. Sausages and taxis? What does one have to do with the other? Read on.Every night the sidewalks in the Ratchadamri and Ratchaprasong area, where a lot of the malls are, turn into markets. Clothes, food, drinks, toys and other knick knacks line the sidewalks. Each time we walk theseContinue reading “Sausages, Taxis and A Last Look at Bangkok”
We devoted our second to the last day in Bangkok to shopping in Central World mall. After an hour or two of window shopping we headed to the top floor of the mall in search for food. There were several restaurants but we chose Phan-Khom because of some interesting food items we saw on theContinue reading “Lunch at Phan-Khom Contemporary Thai Cusine”
Our friend Sonia recommended the restaurant that her boss owns. With a name like Best Seafood Restaurant I had high expectations. The restaurant was within walking distance from Mr. Feet and very near all the big malls like Central World and Gaysorn. outdoor seating The interiors of the restaurant wasn’t a reflection of how goodContinue reading “Dinner at Best Seafood Restaurant”
Our dinner at Baan Klang Nam was our favorite restaurant meal and our lunch at Chatuchak was our favorite cheap meal. After our fabulous massage at Wat Po we took a taxi to Chatuchak Market. It was huge. I don’t think we even covered 10 per cent of the market. I didn’t expect so manyContinue reading “Lunch at Chatuchak Market”
We had our best meal in Bangkok at Baan Klang Nam. A big thanks to Kathy for recommending this restaurant and to her friend Alisa for making the reservations. We heard it was virtually impossible to dine here without a reservation. We left the elephant village past 4 pm and made it to the restaurantContinue reading “Dinner at Baan Klang Nam”