Nahm Bangkok – Asia’s Top 10 Best Restaurants

As soon as I’ve booked my flights to Bangkok, I instinctively sent an email to the reservations team at Nahm asking for a dinner slot during the days I was in the city. It’s always been on my bucket list, particularly as it’s been Asia’s Top 10 restaurants for the…

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Issaya Siamese Club, traditional Thai with a classy twist

I was absolutely excited to score last minute reservations at Issaya Siamese Club, as it came highly recommended by the folks at Pepo. They said it was better than Nahm, and as I’ve made dinner reservations there as well, I felt it was only apt to compare notes. Plus it’s currently…

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Nostalgic Eats at Thai Silk, Southwark

Back when I was little, I was lucky enough to have a lot of homecooked meals, even in between classes. My friends and I would have lunch delivered by our drivers to school and we’d all have a table of pot lucked hot meals. In high school, our cafeteria served…

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Mango Tree (Harrods): where Thai goes pan-Asian

Mango Tree in Belgravia used to be one of my favourite Southeast Asian restaurants in London. Service was as warm as the City of Smiles and food was pretty delicious at a reasonable price. I’ve not been back in years, because I’ve discovered new places to try and new favourites.…

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Yum-D Brixton: where food will take you back to the streets of Thailand

Yum-D, tucked in the depths of Brixton Market just a few doors away from Franco Manca, is a little gem of a surprise.  The first thing that hit me was a bout of claustrophobia. Floor space is tiny (with just around five tables and the kitchen), and the random Thai…

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