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Kuang Heng Pratunam Chicken Rice 40thb/S$1.60
This is consistently mentioned the best chicken rice in Bangkok. So, how can we miss it?
Unless if you are nearby, seriously, it is not worth to make a special trip here just for the chicken rice.
Address: Soi Petchaburi 30, New Petchaburi Road, Makkasan, Ratchawithi, Bangkok, Thailand (right across the street form Pratunam Center on Petchaburi Soi 30. Right opposite Palludium)
Hours: 5:30 am – 3:30 pm & 5:00 pm – 3:00 am
Thai Noodle Soup
Walking distance from the Kwang Heng Pratunam Chicken Rice, while we were in the lost, we met a nice local lady and she guided us the way to the shop!
Thai Noodle Soup is located in a small alley from the main road and make sure you don’t miss the lane. We reached there around 11am and the perpetual queue was already stretched more than two shops away. In the shop, prepare to be part of the sardine packed crowd and limited movement space.
We ordered the famous wanton mee, wanton soup and their popular braised pork knuckles. Supposed a local eatery place but surprisingly, surrounded us were all spoken in an even familiar Singapore accent. Sinagoorean loves to eat has once again testified here in the foreign land.
The uniqueness of this wanton mee was the fragrance from the lard and soy sauce used in the noodle, not the usual chilli sauce you used to get in Singapore. If you have tried Eng Wanton mee at Tanjong Katong, both are fairly similar except Eng Wanton mee is more distinct with the sesame aroma whereby Thai Noodle Soup was more evident with the fragrance from the lard.
Wanton soup was average but the pork knuckle was stunningly fork-tender and nicely braised.
Overall, Thai Noodle Soup is a shop worth the visit for a bowl of good wanton mee and braised pork knuckle. (One interesting observation, somehow, for the few days of visits to all the eateries, the portion of serving was relatively small. Or it could be Singaporean are big eater:))
Pork Knuckles and Intestine.
Address: Soi Petchaburi 19 (when facing the Platinum Fashion Mall from across the road, walk to the right till you see a side road with a goldsmith shop right at the corner, turn into the lane and not far down the lane and you can easily locate the shop)
Hours: 10am – 3pm
Platinum Fashion Mall
After lunch, do walk across the road to visit the Platinum Fashion Mall, the whole mall is occupied with all the fashion shops and you can get the fashion with very reasonable price or wholesale price if you buy two or more pieces. For ladies, this is a shopping paradise, unfortunately not for the gentlemen, see the directory what the fashion mall can offer you compared to the ladies.
Greyhound cafe @ Siam Center
The lady bought lots of fashion from the Platinum Fashion Mall and we continue the shopping spree from one shopping mall to another.
Late lunch was settled at Greyhound cafe located at Siam Centre.
Pink Cooler 120thb/S$4.80 & Innocent Voyage 120thb/S$4.80
The Spicy spaghetti Thai style 200thb/S$8
Greyhound Fried Chicken Wings 130thb/S$5.20
Stewed Pork Noodle 130thb/S$5.20
Foods are mostly average but if you like to look for a place to relax after a long day, you can consider here.
Address: Siam Centre, 989, Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand (walking distance from Siam BTS)
In the evening, we headed to the Asiatique The Riverfront for our dinner.
Asiatique The Riverfront is a large open-air mall in Bangkok, a place houses lots of eateries and small shops selling array of goods. Facing the Chao Phraya River and you best way is to take a boat ride there.
We were wondering around searching a place for dinner when we stumble upon a queue in front of this Thai Zi Char stall in the food court that houses several other food stalls. Since the place was a full house and queue waiting to be seated, may be worth to try, so, why not.
Rocking Doll @ Asiatique
At the end of our meal or may be more rightfully to say we abandoned the meal just after first few mouthfuls of the food. This is the worst meal we have in Bangkok and not worth to mention further. There are plenty of better foods elsewhere in Asiatique.
Address: Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok, Thailand
Take the BTS to Saphan Taksin, head for the ferry station, takes the free shutter boat ride provided by Asiatique, usually it is the longest queue at the extreme side (Left) and just a stop away to Asiatique. Alternatively, approach the private ferry providers (same place but just next ferry docking) and pay 20thb/S$0.50 to avoid the long queue and seemingly overloaded ferry.
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