Another day, another fancy Bangkok restaurant. We only had a brief stay in Bangkok before we headed on to Vietnam, and we had to cram as much into it as possible.
H’s dad had managed to book us in for lunch at one of the most celebrated restaurants in the city – Bo.lan.
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Our Thai host ordered a very enticing-looking dish for dinner recently, and the next day, we followed suit.
Kra pao kai (pictured) or kra pao moo (if pork) translates as chicken (kai) stir-fried with holy basil. The kai dow on the end means fried egg, a popular addition to the dish, but you can leave it off when ordering if you don’t fancy it. The egg aside, it is a light, clean-tasting dish, inexpensive and seemingly very common.