Part 1: Foodie adventure in Bangkok

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Art Box, Bangkok is the latest in thing in the ever bustling city. Apart from Chatuchak/Pratunam Markets to the array of shopping malls, this night market is mainly made up of homemade products and artisanal food. From the reviews I have read online, I expected this container-inspired night market to be teeming with art works or at least some quirky items that are not mass-produced.

Not really. They have booths where art students draw caricatures of you at just 200baht, locally designed T-shirts, hand-made tote bags and other knick knacks with so-so quality. I expected more from a very arts-oriented perspective. I didn’t find paintings or prints, or even edition pieces of anything. The food section though, is quite a haven. We were very full from our dinner so we didn’t try much but most of them looked delicious.

Art Box is doesn’t happen every weekend – so you gotta google it and check if you happen to be in town. The location changes as well. Right now it’s at EM District, a 10 minute work from Asok BTS but who knows where it might be in the months to come? That’s part of the appeal.

Chatuchak Market

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Who doesn’t know Chatuchak Market? We went there with the expectation of finding offbeat but charming things – we weren’t disappointed. My quest to find the perfect pad thai began here as well. In 2014, I had three attempts of pad thai in different locations but they were utter disappointments. This time round, I had pad thai in 3 different places again (one of them being Chatuchak) and each was a 9/10. Even the coconut ice-cream was surprisingly nice. As you can see, Mr R is very happy with his ice-cream.

After You Dessert Cafe

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You don’t have to go Tokyo for Shibuya Toast. It’s all here in Bangkok, 14 outlets to be exact, in different parts of the city.

I am a huge fan of dessert and this, this right here is a 11/10.

Mango Sticky Rice

20151215_213649This is apparently the best mango sticky rice in town. We went to Sukhumvit Soi 38 specifically for this. Well, technically, he did. I just followed. I love mangoes but this Thai dish is definitely not on my try-list.

Take Exit 4 from Thong Lor BTS. On the start of the food street, you will see a brightly lit food court on your first right turning.

Alrighty, this post is to be continued…Till then!

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