After nearly 4 years, H and I finally made it back to Thailand, this time to spend Christmas with his dad and family in Chonburi.
It was my first Christmas outside the UK, but a tree and presents were waiting, and we had an amazing buffet brunch at Mantra. Plus I didn’t have to eat a single Brussels sprout! Win!
As usual, food was one of the core parts of the holiday for me. Although I’ve had quite a lot of food in Thailand over the years, there is still a lot to try. After some online research I thought a traditional Thai breakfast would be a good place to start, specifically Jok and Pa Thong Ko.
Continue reading Thailand Food Exploration: Jok and Pa Thong Ko
People, this is not a drill. Sound the sirens, grab the megaphones and wear loose-fitting trousers – I went to a restaurant serving real roti canai.
Feast your eyes on these beauties.
Continue reading Roti Canai in London
It’s a blog first, peeps: I took the photo!
On a phone!
(Which are two reasons why it’s a bit pants.)
Continue reading Thailand Food Exploration: Malted Cakes
Old-fashioned people like me sometimes enjoy a nice Horlicks or Ovaltine before bedtime.
In fact I often enjoy them during the day too, as I can’t bring myself to like tea or coffee. My drink taste buds are firmly grounded in childhood, meaning I also don’t enjoy wine (unless used in cooking) or most alcohol (unless buried in a cocktail or smothered with juice or tonic).
Continue reading Malaysia Food Exploration: Malted Drinks