These are the first pictures I took on the nikkormat ftn, and judging from the rest of the photographs to come in this post, I concede that I have a lot more to learn about photo exposure.
Anyway, we were really satisfied with the new food places we discovered in Bangkok this time round, so the bad photos will have to do.
Top: The Black Canyon Cafe is peppered throughout Bangkok, and serves rather awesome coffee.
Gedhawa serves the best tom kha ghai (chicken in coconut soup) we have ever tasted in our life. The prawns, on the other hand, can be given a miss.
24 Sukhumvit Soi 35; 02-662-0501 (Nearest BTS: Phrom Phong)
Harmonique was the most well-known food place of the few that we went to. But alas, I only remembered the steamed fish. In my opinion, its curry crab meat still lost out to Somboon Seafood, which by the way I have to visit twice on every trip I make to Bangkok.
Soi Wat Muang Khae, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500
The Launderette Garden is by far our favourite food place in Bangkok. Apologetically, it is also the only place I didn’t take any pictures of (I know right… what kind of food post is this?).
On first impressions, the place failed us in terms of interior design, and the type and variety of cuisine offered. But it surprised us with its buttered enoki mushrooms, cabbage with maggi sauce, and tom yum soup with omelette. The cafe is a little difficult to locate, but it’s definitely worth the search.
Soi Napasap 2, Sukhumvit 36 Rd., Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 (Nearest BTS: Thong Lo)