Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Food of Bangkok: Seafood feast!

So many friends have told us that one of the must-eats is seafood at Bangkok’s Chinatown… so how can we miss that out? Travelling by our trusty tuk-tuks (which is our preferred mode of transportation), we braved the evening drizzle and made our way here.

IMG_8715 Small hole-in-the-wall restaurant. Tiny stools. Cramped to the maximum.

But the food is out of the world!


One of the restaurant’s best-sellers – the steamed fish in Thai sauce. The tangy soup is to-die-for!


Grilled prawns – for my crustacean-loving son.


Oyster omelette. I am not a fan of oysters – but this little dish had SO many oysters, I think the rest of my party each wolfed down six to seven oysters each! Definitely value for money.

IMG_8730Our little table could hardly contain the dishes at the end of the day! We also ordered a crab dish, fried rice, fried chicken drumlets, a deep-fried fish… Oh my gosh, and all this glorious food for barely S$100 in all. A truly gastronomical experience on a shoestring budget.

1 comment:

Madeline Heng said...

Nice right? The hubby is insisting that we go back again in Jan just to eat the seafood n of course shop! Haha