Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Lost in Bangkok 2016: Part 2

The next part of my Bangkok trip last June peopleeee

On this post I'll share some yummy bites I had when visiting Bangkok, including the best Thai food I've ever encountered ever

The place is called Paste, A posh restaurant located at Gaysorn Shopping Centre, near Chidlom BTS Station. Just a stone throw away from Central World and Four Faced Buddha Temple. Claiming to serve royal thai cuisine interpreted in a modern twist, this place got it all.



Amuse Bouche 

A chicken curry dish which name I totally forgot :(


This is a super delicious pork soup, the broth is sooo rich and fragrant. Very light even though it's a pork broth, the cherry tomatoes add freshness to the heavy pork belly. The pork belly itself was fried/roasted first before put into the broth, it was succulent, juicy and tender. Seriously one of the tastiest pork I've ever had


Paste is the place where you can experience a fine dining Thai food experience in a western style ambiance. I love how the food tastes authentic and not pretentious yet classy and elegant. Totally recommended (prepare to burn your wallet though) 


Late night situation at the four faced buddha shrine, walking distance from Paste. A very famous landmark in Bangkok


The view of Bankok from the famous Sky Bar at Lebua Tower Hotel. Featured in the movie Hangover 2, this is a must visit when visiting Bangkok. Yes it is pricey but worth every penny. 


A green tea dessert set from Kyo Roll En, a famous dessert chain specializing in japanese dessert esp green tea. I'm not a huge fan of green tea so for me it was just okay

I guess that's all patients, see you on my next post :)