01 February 2014

Culinary Journey - Bangkok (Part 1)

Yay!!!!!  Heading off to Bangkok again for more food hunting.  Hope you guys will enjoy this food series in the World's Culinary City, Bangkok City babieh!!!! Octie Appetie....

Chicken Green Curry

Hokkien Fried Noodle with Prawns

OLiang (Black Coffee) and Cha Manao (Lemon Tea) ฿15 each - about 50¢

Som Tum (Papaya Salad) ฿35 - about $1.20

Kai Thot (Deep Fried Chicken Wings) ฿80 - about $2.90

Tom Yum Noodle Soup ฿30 - about $1.10

Sukothai Noodle and Thai Food (Sawapam Sukothai Noodle)
557/1 Prachauthid Road
Toong Kru, Bangkok
Ph: +66 081 629 1771
Open: 9:30am - 9pm

Pad Yod Mara
Pad Yod Mara (Stir Fried Bitter Gourd Leaf) ฿50 - about $1.80

Ped Palo
Ped Palo (Five Spice Duck) ฿120 - about $4.30

Deep Fried Whole Flounder With Garlic ฿70 - about $2.50

Tom Yum Goong ฿80 - about $2.90
I prefer the plain congee than steam rice.  So which one you prefer?
 Hua restaurant is serving an authentic Thai dishes that lots of them are also influenced by Chinese cuisine. These types of dishes are very common in Thailand as heaps of Chinese immigrants have been living in Thailand so many many years ago and they bring their way of cooking too along with them and blend it with original cuisine in the country they live in, to suit the palate of Thai people. 

Their dishes mainly quite light yet still flavoursome.  Serving variety range of healthy dishes, stir-fries, and soups that enjoyable to have them with steamed rice or plain congee.

Hua Pochana
Putthabusha 38, Bangkok

Keep on reading the next blog still in Bangkok Journey:
Culinary Journey - Bangkok (Part 2)

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