Have you ever been to Bangkok? Do you crave for pad thai? Have you heard about Bangkok’s best pad thai dish? If you are headed this way, I think you may need to change your itinerary to include a visit to this humble restaurant.
Birthdays should always be a special occasion. That is the way when you are reminded of your mortality, brought in to this world screaming your head off. What better way to celebrate turning 29 on the 29th than to head over to Thailand for a needed break and a romantic meal at David Thompson’s Nahm in Bangkok 🙂
Come join me on a trip down memory lane. Feast with your heart and your eyes as I take you through an array of Penang styled Hawker dishes. So what are you waiting for? No need to pack your bags, let’s go!
Have you ever experienced a dish in your childhood years that you simply can’t forget let alone find again? This happens to me a lot of the times, and frustrates me to no end. However, late last year something changed. I found something which I never thought I would ever find again. A taste down memory lane.
In this post, the Boy and I visit a fine dining establishment in the heart of KL city. Established since 2001, headline by Chef Ken Hoh (Tetsuya’s, Rockpool and Treasury), it brings together a contemporary cuisine in an eclectic fusion mix of Asian, French and Australian styles.