No matter where you are in the world, the motto is to always ‘eat what’s in season’; Thailand and fruit are no exception. Thailand has some fantastic fruits to try right now. As you explore local markets, you will constantly see a vast array of tropical fruits, yet you can always tell what is at the height of the season when you travel the streets and see particular fruits for sale from the back of a pick up or a pop up street stall.
If you love Thailand’s world-famous soup, Tom Yam Goong – Hot ‘n’ Sour Soup with Prawns, then you’ll love this NorthEastern version called Tom Saep.
This recipe for Tom Saep is a variation on the one Andy uses at his Whiskey Soda Lounge in Portland…..
If you are looking for an area to eat in Hua Hin that is not on the regular tourist map, head for the corner of Naebkhehart Road and Soi 51.
Soi 51, now the home of the minivan depot, has always had a multitude of food options. This is very much a Hua Hin locals’ haunt.
The “Hua Hin of Yesterday 2017” event was held from 28th April to 7th May, 2017 at 19 Rai – Queen’s Park, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The event’s aims were to promote tourism and local culture in Hua Hin, but was also to allow every sector to pay homage to their royal highnesses. It’s original design was to commemorate….
One of our all time favourite vegetable dishes at Feast Thailand Food Tours is a salad of deep fried morning glory – Yam Pak Boong Tod Krop (ยำผักบุ้งทอดกรอบ). The texture of the crispy battered morning glory works so well with the spicy salad. Had your mum served vegetables like this when you were growing up, you would have wolfed….