06 February 2014

Culinary Journey - Bangkok (Part 4)

Lord Jim's - Bangkok (Part 3)

Thai Milk tea

Kao Lao Ped

Bamee Yhok Ped (Jade Noodle with Roast Duck)

Khao Na Ped (Rice with Roast Duck)
Khao Ped Palo (Five Spice Roast Duck)
 I prefer this Five Spice Roast Duck over Khao Na ped, which has more pungent and spicier sauce and an extra crunchy fried garlic on top, where the other dish more like sweet saucy roast duck.  Though, they meat both are perfectly cooked and very very juicy.  Also, you can have those roast duck with green noodle version instead of rice.

Roast Duck Restaurant in Samutprakarn
No address (my apologise)

Cheese Toast

Self-serve Salad

Soup and Chips

Combination Chicken & Pork with Chips ฿700 (about $25)

New York Steak with Baked Potatoes ฿ 480 (about $17)

Sizzler, Bangkok
Grilled Sirloin Beef with Chips ฿490 (about $17.50)
They have the same concept with Sizzler in Sydney.  Unlimited soups, salad and dessert with any meal purchased.  Here, the price per steak is even cheaper.  The one that I got is New York Steak, although the portion is a little too small but the meat was succulent, tasty and very very tender.  Really enjoying it.

Central Rama 3 Mall

Keep on reading the next blog still in Bangkok:

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