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Yum Woon Sen: The Dish I’d Eat If It’s My Last Day on Earth

If you were to ask me what I’d eat if it’s going to be my last day on Earth, I’d have a quick and easy answer for you. It’s yum woon sen, hands down. What’s yum woon sen? Simply put,…

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Sampling Street Food in Bangkok Old City

In one of the episodes of my Nikky Feeding Souls show, we went on a mini-tour of Bangkok Old City. Also known as Rattanakosin, Old City is where you’ll find Bangkok’s most important historical attractions. These include the Grand Palace,…

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#NikkyFeedingSouls celebrates Asian Mint's 15th anniversary
My Baby, Asian Mint, Just Turned 15!

My restaurant chain, Asian Mint, celebrated its 15th anniversary in October. Because 15 years is such a huge milestone, my team and I made sure that we’d be in a party mood for the whole month of October. It was…

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jumbo lobster: the ultimate thai street food
Jumbo Lobster: The Ultimate Thai Street Food in Yaowarat

Yaowarat, the heart of Bangkok’s Chinatown and a major street food hub, is one of my favorite places to eat. Many of the stalls you’ll find there have been there for at least a decade or so. Every now and…

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royal project: shopping for fresh produce in thailand
Thailand’s Royal Project Stores: A Mecca for Fresh Produce in Bangkok

People often ask me what I miss the most whenever I visit Thailand. My answer to that question never varies: it’s always the fresh ingredients that make our food soul-feeding. Everything is so fresh in Bangkok—the fruits, the vegetables, the…

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mango sticky rice
Where to Get the Best Mango and Sticky Rice in Bangkok

If you ever visit Bangkok, you must try mango sticky rice. It is a famous Thai dessert that’s enjoyed all over the world. It’s so famous that it’s sold at the airport, as well as on the street and in…

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