Sunday, July 5, 2015

=Travel= Thailand-Bangkok Gibson’s Bangkok BTS food hunting list

This is a list of all the food outlets that are near to BTS or Metro Station. The furthest you will be required to walk is around 800 meter, which is to hunt for the famous lobster noodle. And the rest are within the radius of 500 meter.



Let food hunting now!



MRT Kampheang Phet station-Kanyao Durian
This is a well-known durian in Thailand, which goes by the name of “Kanyao” which means long stem in Thai. Due to its low yield, this durian is one of the most expensive durian in Thailand. This creamy sweet durian cost 160 baht per 100gram here in this market.

More info @ Or Tor Ko Market.



MRT Kampheang Phet station-Basil Roast Duck
I prefer the Basil Roast Duck which is Kaprao Ped Yang in Thai, the aroma from the basil perfectly match the spiciness of chilli.

More info @ Or Tor Ko Market.



BTS Phaya Thai station-TomYam Lobster
If you go to Bangkok without dining at this P’Aor restaurant, it is as if you have come to Penang without eating Char Koay Teow. Many tourists are aware of such a place and several travel documentaries had featured this particular restaurant. Besides their famous TomYam, the lobster is also their main attraction.

More info @ P’Aor restaurant.



BTS Phrom Phong station-Rice with Baked Pork
Rice with Baked Pork, although it looks very western, but the taste is so oriental. Besides, this dish not too oily.

More info @ The Helix Quartier @ Em-Quartier



BTS Phrom Phong station-Macaroon
You will find many counters that sell macaroon. Gibson just loves this RADI, because each macaroon only costs 50 Baht (about RM5.70). You can get as many choices of flavor, plus many cute designs too. From Doraemon to Line’s pet. So cute that no one can resist.

More info @ Gourmet Market & FoodHall @ Em-Quartier.



BTS Phloen Chit station-French restaurant
Although pricy, in Cafe Tartine you get to decide what ingredients to make your omelet, sandwich and salad, the very least you can do is control the prices by the choices you make.

More info @ Cafe Tartine



BTS Siam Station-Mille crepe cake
In Bangkok, even if you do not plan to dine in an expensive restaurant, this Petite Audrey is a must to visit for its Thai Tea and Milo mille crepe cake. Prior to my visit to this restaurant, I just had a bad seafood dinner and was feeling ill. However, when the cake was served, it was so refreshing and delicious, and I can’t stop eating.

More info @ Petite Audrey.



BTS Thong Lo station-Grilled meat
Grilled meat, especially grilled pork are practically everywhere in Bangkok. But in Soi 38, you can find seafood and sausages too.

More info @ Sukhumvit Soi 38



BTS Thong Lo station-Wan Tan Noodles
Thai style Wan Tan Noodles taste like chicken noodles in Kedah, not the Penang signature dark soya sauce style. Yet can be prepared into many different flavors, even the sour and spicy.

More info @ Sukhumvit Soi 38

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