One of the most popular vacation spots in Southeast Asia is Phuket, Thailand. Not only are Phuket beaches world famous, the island also has excellent restaurants, with the largest concentration of eateries in Phuket Town, a picturesque district in the provincial capital.
Cooking class in Phuket, Thailand: how to make Tom Yam Goong (hot and sour prawn soup) recipe adapted for home cooks
Duck Noodle House cooks up what is reputedly the best roast poultry in Bangkok - or should I say boiled? The unpretentious cafe is located on a side street in Old Town, attracting denizens of the neighbourhood as well as foodies from across the Big Mango.
Recipe for Mee Sapam, a fried noodle dish made with Hokkien style egg noodles, which are thick and yellow in colour. Named after a village on in Phuket, Mee Sapam can be made with seafood, chicken, beef, or pork - or with just vegetables.
An all-day-dining restaurant, Siam Brasserie is one of three food and beverage outlets at the Lancaster Bangkok, a five-star hotel situated in the up-and-coming Makkasan District. The hotel also has a lobby lounge and a bar overlooking the rooftop swimming pool.
How to prepare Thai style Spring Rolls with Crab Meat, which are lighter than Chinese style spring rolls, and because they are not the least bit oily, they are surely much healthier, as well.
Yai Yai Kitchen is one of four food and beverage outlets at the Proud Phuket. It serves mouthwatering Thai dishes at lunch and dinner as well as an international breakfast buffet to hotel guests in the morning. It overlooks the hotel's courtyard and swimming pools. Proud Phuket is a family run hotel, and Yai Yai - …
Rubbing shoulders with the five star resorts lining Nai Yang Beach in Phuket, Thailand, are dozens of informal eateries lining the beach and nearby alleys. The food is yummy, the prices are modest, and there is lots of variety. Best of all are those gorgeous sunsets.
Phad Thai is a popular dish made in Thailand consisting of stir-fried rice noodles, eggs, bean sprouts, chicken or shrimp, and topped with chopped peanuts. Rumour has it that street vendors make the Phad Thai so I decide to give it a try in the streets of Pattaya.
Housed in a renovated bungalow with a 100-year pedigree, Namsaah Bottling Trust is half house museum and half restaurant. The East-meets-West menu is reflected in the restaurant's eclectic interior design.