Once we arrived in Bangkok, gluttony became a standard behaviour.
Obviously, there is no way we can say NO to all the exotic yummylicious foods which are only available in Thailand. I for one, will never forgive myself if I ever think of the word D-I-E-T when I am there.
There were some hawker stalls right in front of the hotel in the morning. It was our first breakfast of the trip and we did not need to travel far for good hawker noodles.
Who does not like fishball noodles? If that’s you, then I feel sorry for you for not being able to enjoy such a sumptuous delicacy.
While we were in Bangkok, each time we came across a hawker stall we just bought whatever that looked tasty. The good thing was we could share everything we ate! Trust me, just eat! The word “NO” was forbidden when it came to food.
However, we tried not to stuff ourselves too much in a meal. It was always better to leave some space for snacking along the way.
In Thailand, almost every thing we put in our mouth was about pork. It’s just glorious… way too glorious!
On top of that, we will never ever say NO to Tom Yum in Thailand. How can you not drink this yummy, sour, spicy soup when you are in Bangkok?
Day 2 of breakfast was definitely
chopstick-lickingly delicious because we had Thai-style Wanton Mee and Braised Pork Rice.
Eating in Bangkok is extremely affordable because a small bowl of Wanton Mee would cost only 35Baht (USD 1). In fact, this little eating stall is located at Petchaburi Soi 19, which is the same row as the hotel. We did not need to travel far from our hotel for such local goodies. Jonazan could not help but get a second bowl of Wanton Mee while Johnny had the whole plate of braised pork rice to himself.
What can I say? Everything tasted too good to be true!
Even in Chatuchak market, we could not stop eating. Isn’t this hilarious? This was inevitably a trip of eating craze.
Besides satisfying our taste buds with local delicacies, we ensured our sweet-tooth buds were satisfied by Svensen’s Ice Cream.
Ahhh… ice cream melts my heart! One more scoop, please!
All I can say is, JUST KEEP EATING when you visit Bangkok!