Monday, February 20, 2017
North Eastern Thai Food
As my 'food review' journey has been going on, it always fun to show you what I eat! From the minimal cafe at Rocket Cafe Bar, to the Indian restaurant in Bangkok, eating is such a guilty pleasure. This time, I went to one of the restaurants near my house which their selling point is the North Eastern food. If you know it by now, North Eastern food, especially Thai's is so d**** spicy. Yet, it was so flavorful! Actually, I am not a fan of any spicy foods, but this is so addictive. Like a burst of flavors in my mouth. So, I would love to dedicate this post to be a food gallery (in order to make you guys drool hehe).
Maybe this is the reason why I just can't stop loving Thai food, no matter where I move to. I am so proud of where I come from, especially the reputation of the food, which spread worldwide. The benefit of living in Bangkok is something that I wouldn't want to exchange for anything else.
Do you know Som Tum (known as papaya salad), the signature Thai's dish? This one is pretty much the same thing, only they changed from papaya to corn. I could feel three flavors, even in the first spoon; sweet, spicy, and a bit of salty. However, they were such a perfect combination that balanced one another so well.