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    Sometimes one needs to be alone, away from the people you need to please and the people who pleases you. It's nice.

    Dinner alone at Peppe's


    Very good montepulciano - had 2 of them


    Portocello


    Fresh rocket and salami


    A small simple cod


    Simple fusilli with spicy Italian sausage

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    It's been pouring since 4am. Started with a storm now after almost 4hrs rain still pretty heavy


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    Another one of those dinners I had alone, yesterday felt like having wagyu so went to Nihonmashi a small area in Sukhumvit Soi 26 next to K-Village. Here you find many Japanese restaurants.

    Yakiniku Tan restaurant






    Small bottle of sake


    The spread




    Stew beef soup, the beef just simply melts in the mouth




    Kobe


    Wagyu


    Nice colours

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    Hey พี่กบ....always enjoyed your pics. Makes my saliva drool.
    You should start a travel and food blog....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narong Wongwan View Post
    Hey พี่กบ....always enjoyed your pics. Makes my saliva drool.
    You should start a travel and food blog....
    Thanks for the compliment.

    No time la this frog is making ends meet busy paddling screws day in day out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Froggy View Post
    Thanks for the compliment.

    No time la this frog is making ends meet busy paddling screws day in day out.
    You are so humble.
    I believe that you are a financially successful entrepreneur.
    Cheers!

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    Went back to the same restaurant last night to celebrate my maid's birthday



    Great cold cuts


    Very full body primitivo


    French mussels - first time maid have this


    Ravioli with truffles


    Portobello


    Rocket


    One more


    More parma ham


    Fresh and tender ribeye and lamb






    Mesh potato


    Finally her small cake


    Ended with sorbet


    Gone

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    Post scenes of morning street market just outside my home







    This is like chee cheong fann


    Mobile market





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    Fried pork and chicken


    Flowers for offerings


    Corn from farm


    Grills eaten with sticky rice, fav breakfast and cheap 20 baht


    Desserts


    Dessert


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    u-char-kway











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    Lottery sellers




    Bought braised pork leg rice for security guards




    and soya bean milk

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    Went to the only known place for a thosai yesterday morning, no choice got to pay for a much higher price than Singapore:





    This thosai with egg is 80 baht or $3.30 is really expensive


    Paper thosai plain at 60 baht or $2.50 is really expensive


    The mutton (goat meat) at 180 baht or $7.30 for a big portion like this is quite ok for the price, very delicious the meat, soft and tender


    Everything is delicious so it's worth to pay more but its not the best as I've had better ones in Singapore before

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    Hello Froggy

    I am so hungry looking at your maid's birthday meal. Where is that? Is it in Bangkok? How much is that meal? Would have cost a bomb in singapore. Please post more food here. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pillow View Post
    Hello Froggy

    I am so hungry looking at your maid's birthday meal. Where is that? Is it in Bangkok? How much is that meal? Would have cost a bomb in singapore. Please post more food here. Love it.
    I'll take that as a compliment, thank you.

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    Went to a Fashion Island Mall on Saturday pleasantly surprised to encounter a Thai food fair and get to see lots of local food. Hope you guys enjoy the photos. Feel free to ask me any question.














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