To all of my dear readers, you are warned that this post is not suitable to be viewed with empty stomach. You will be feed with thirty over irresistible food pix later. All food pix are taken during mt last trip, bloggers always feed their camera before feeding their mouth.
Coconut, spelling of an old-fashioned form of the word. The term is derived from 16th century Portuguese and Spanish cocos, meaning “grinning face”, from the three small holes on the coconut shell that resemble human facial features (source fr here). Coconut seen everywhere in Thailand, coconut water is the my favor drink, good for reducing your body inner heat.
Experiencing this delightful and refreshing cocktail with coconut milk as its ingredient at Blue Mango Restaurant, luv luv luv!
Okay, when we said Thai food, we can’t miss out tom yum! Its widely served in Thailand. Four of us have been craving this drooling dish almost everymeal, unless three of us was food poison in middle of the trip.
Pad Thai, from Blue Mango Restaurant.
We at Blue Mango.
Royal Tandoor at Krabi, owned by Indian boss, to be truth their in Indian food is super good yet Thai food was so so only.
Yes, we let our camera eat first.
Lime steam fish.
Ying Li doing a good wife duty, me the bad wife know take photo only, hehe…
Highly recommended their green curry chicken, the best I have tasted so far. Small portion (about six tiny chunks chic meat) in the bowl for 200 baht.
Chang beer, every where in Thai.
Four of us hubby, me ying li n khai having breakkie in our hotel, La Playa Resort. Typical hotel food but it was good.
We go sapu Ao Nang Night Market (closed on Thursday).
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A hawker stall near junction of Ao Nang Night Market. Don’t really understand what was written on menu, we order by pointing the food out. ^^
Don’t really know what is this, I can’t read Thai but taste good also.
Fried chicken dish, thumbs up! From the same stall as well.
Steam water chestnut, the first stall at the entrance of night market. The little stall was nicely decorated by pandan-leaf-fold roses.
I told the lady boss the roses are beautiful, she made one for me instantly. ^^
Look good but didn’t try out, my stomach running full…
Guess their typical way of ikan bakar, saw them in Bangkok before.
Sweet dessert, have no idea what’s it made of. The owner cant speak English I can’t speak Thai, I only know swadeekap kap kap kap…
I grab frozen yogurt at this stall as my dessert.
Not kidding, they are really pure juice.
Street hawker food: Pancake
Street hawker food: Monkey noodle
I am not sure the boss kidding on it or it really called that funny name. It was the last bowl when I go near the stall and it was belong to someone else, so didn’t try out this, guess it taste good.
Thai is an art place, they emphasize the beauty of display, even just a piece of pineapple.
Street hawker food: prawn tempura
Okay, I am very very fascinated in this dish: Som Tam!!! I saw a stall surrounded by local people and tourist, I go near to check it out. It was just like local rojak, he sliced everything inside a mortar, pour in seasoning then mix everything well. It can be eaten like this or served with noodles. I can’t resist how tasty it is after first bite.
I observe what he got in his stall, and I swear I go back I must make my own! ^^
Tada, here you are! My version of Som Tam in Queenie kitchen! I am using:
extra virgin olive oil (I swap oil dressing to olive oil , the only oil I have in my house. ><)
cincalok ( made from Malaka one, hahaha)
the greenest papaya I pick from grocer store
lemon juice (it suppose using lime juice actually)
I slice my papaya in this way.
Everything sliced then pour in seasoning according your taste.
Chilled and served.
I have been keep making this dish almost twice a week since back from Krabi…
More pix coming up in chapter 3 next week, bye bye~