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By Steven Li on 2007-07-05

July 04, 2007


Shots from Friday night’s dinner in Bangkok’s Chinatown :)

The restaurant had five floor and it was packed to capacity, after a short wait we were seated somewhere in the tangle of the third floor. A quick glance at what other diners were eating, and I was starting to salivate already!

Grilled prawns…these babies were massive!

My dad’s favorite: quick boiled baby clams.

Curried crab with vermecilli

Shark’s fin soup

Oyster omelet! This one had particularly crispy edges, soooo ono! The best is when you get contrasting bites between the near gooey, stick innards and the charred edges, a plump little oyster…mmm, yes!

Stir fried ong choi with peppers and peanuts.

These were a Thai specialty, savory fishcakes with plenty of chestnuts for crunch, wrapped in thin phyllo-esque dough and deep-fried. Just wrap in lettuce and dip in the tangy nuoc nam. Or you could just eat it plain, pop it your mouth, they make for quite the finger food :)

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