ก๊วยจั๊บช้างม่อย (Guay Jap Chiang Moi)

The versatility of noodles is something that never ceases to amaze me. They can me cut long or short, thick or thin, be stuffed or eaten dry straight from Mama’s plastic packaging. However, in Guay Jap they are rolled. For the longest time I thought little old Chinese men and women (more often than not… Read More

Ruang Kong Larb เรื่องของลาบ ณ สันติธรรม

I’m almost certain there isn’t a word for tapas in Thai, but the spirit of tapas is very much in the Thai food they serve at เรื่องของลาบ ณ สันติธรรม (Ruang Kong Larb). Small plates, made for sharing, and a price per plate that rarely exceeds 30 baht. The only thing missing here for the full… Read More

Newman Noodle

Ever wonder what makes that broth in your bowl of noodles so delicious? Well outside aromatics and a touch of love, that flavor comes from bones. At Newman Noodles it’s pork bones spotted with nodules of fatty meat. Oftentimes, ร้านก๋วยเตี๋ยว (noodle shops) will sell these “used” morsels at a price that’s not often associated with… Read More