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A Singaporean's guide to living in Thailand


Alfrescian (Inf)
Today income havent come in, 500 oredi go out liaoz. Ex neighbour need to buy spare oxygen tank (2000 baht) for her father as only have one at home. Quite painful because no oxygen to breathe during the time when the only empty tank is at the shop for refilling.


Alfrescian (InfP) + Mod
Old Timer
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Found a new Japanese restaurant in Bangkok, Honmono Sushi at Central Rama 9 7th floor.

Th bar

The diner

Our sake for lunch

Free starter

Fermented squid

Grilled stingray

Preparing our sashimi

Beautiful sashimi

Chitoro, Otoro, Maguro


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Old Timer
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More sake

Compliment from the chef, otoro fried and saute in soya

Time for sushi

with gold leaf

Foie gras sushi

Lastly is kobe beef

Simply melts in the mouth


Honmono also has branches in Siam Paragon, Chitlom, Central World, Thonglor and Mega Bangna


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Old Timer
Old Timer
TG Lounge

The bar

Watching the Senegal vs Columbia game

Tonight serving 老鼠粉 (bee tai bak) with prawns

Food corner

Serving chicken satay

Chicken kebab and fish curry

Macaroni in tomato sauce and chicken



Old Timer
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