Tag: thai food

Nahm Bangkok.

First opened in London in 2001, nahm was the first Thai restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star. Once relocated to Bangkok in 2010, the restaurant continued to make waves among the food professionals, the restauranteurs and the foodies alike. In 2014, nahm ranked number 1 in San Pellegrino’s Asia 50 Best, and kept a significant 8th […]



10 things about Thai food that you might have never heard of.

I have lived in Thailand for over seven years now in three very different places – Koh Phangan, Khanom and Chiang Mai. I have traveled around tens of thousands of kilometers, I have eaten in hundreds of restaurants, from tiny little stalls on the streets of Bangkok to some of the top fine-dining restaurants. Thus […]



Aroy mac-mac!

Aroy means tasty in Thai language, whereas mac-mac is the translation for very. This little I learned during my first five months in Thailand. Being hungry as a horse, I stopped at a small family-owned restaurant. An eatery, as they call it, with cheap decent food. – What is this? – Pork. – And this? – […]