Places I am Eating


My criteria is simple: good food, good service, and a good value. I only write about the places and dishes that impress me and I’d recommend to you. Often I’m lucky and they have a good story, too. If you’re looking for hidden foodie gems you’ve come to the right place!

Places I am Eating


My criteria is simple: good food, good service, and a good value. I only write about the places and dishes that impress me and I’d recommend to you. Often I’m lucky and they have a good story, too. If you’re looking for hidden foodie gems you’ve come to the right place!

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Mama Jean’s – Delicious Corned Beef in Bangkok!

While scouring through some of the social media groups, my foodie senses (which are similar to "Spidey Senses") began to tingle as I started seeing many posts from fellow Bangkok foodies sharing their culinary results from Mama Jean's corned beef delivery service....

Casa Panza – Authentic Cuban Cuisine Now in Bangkok!

One of the things I really love about living in Bangkok is that you can find food from all around the world. I mean ALL around the world. Craving Russian, Bhutanese, Georgian, Tibetan, Ecuadorian, or South African? Bangkok's got it, and much more. I'm also always...

Berlin’s – Serving Doners and Currywurst In Lat Phrao!

Back in June 2020, I wrote about my experience at Berlin's Doner Kebab. Many agreed that this joint was capturing the true taste of Berlin-style doners, and praising their freshly baked breads, quality meats, and homemade sauces. I recently learned that Berlin's has a...

Places I am Travelling


I love to travel. I also love being informed when I do. If you are like me then you will enjoy my travel narratives that also highlight the best places to see, eat, and drink. These articles are packed with information and are very handy for the DIY traveler who wants to have a “local experience”.

Places I am Travelling


I love to travel. I also love being informed when I do. If you are like me then you will enjoy my travel narratives that also highlight the best places to see, eat, and drink. These articles are packed with information and are very handy for the DIY traveler who wants to have a “local experience”.

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Koh Lipe – a Little Thai Island That Offers a Lot!

One of the things I love about living in Thailand is that if you want to spend your time soaking up some sun at an island paradise, there are tons of options to choose from (check out our experiences in Koh Mak and Koh Phayam!). This past Christmas/New Year holiday we...

Koh Mak – A Serene Escape from Bangkok

For years our top two getaway destinations for escaping Bangkok and getting some "vitamin sea" has been either Koh Samed or Koh Chang. Both are quick, easy, and affordable to get to and have great beaches. That is why we've been to both many, many times over the...

A 3 Day Intinerary: Trat, Koh Chang, & Chanthaburi

I was recently able to participate in SiamRise Travel's 3 day/2 night tour of Trat, Koh Chang, and Chanthaburi as a part of a blogger familiarization trip. I'd previously experienced their 3 day/2 night excursion exploring Sukhothai, and I was pretty stoked about this...

Things I am doing


Sometimes when I’m traveling I experience an amazing tour or cooking class. I want to share it and it warrants its own article. If you’re looking for an activity to serve as the cherry on top of an amazing vacation then this is for you. I share only the experiences I’d recommend, and you may even find some discounts!

Things I am Doing


Sometimes when I’m traveling I experience an amazing tour or cooking class. I want to share it and it warrants its own article. If you’re looking for an activity to serve as the cherry on top of an amazing vacation then this is for you. I share only the experiences I’d recommend, and you may even find some discounts!

Latest Blog From this Category


Kanchanaburi – River Kwai Bridge Lights and Sounds Festival

Every year the town of Kanchanaburi puts together a festival to honor Allied POW's and Asian laborers that were forced by the Japanese army to build the infamous Death Railway during World War II. The highlight of every evening is the reenactment of the bombing of the...

ChillinChilli- A Day Escape of Food & Fun in Amphawa!

Often referred to as the "Venice of Thailand" because of its many floating markets, the Amphawa District of the province of Samut Songkhram lies 70 kilometers southwest of Bangkok. This area is packed with tons of touristy hotspots, but to really enjoy it I highly...

Courageous Kitchen – Cooking Thai to Support Youth!

Folks who are interested in learning how to cook Thai food have several cooking school options to choose from in Bangkok. A lover of Thai food, I've taken a few myself. But if you want to experience the ingredients from local market to plate AND provide direct support...

About Me


Hi there! My name is Paul Moore and I’ve been fortunate to have opportunities to live all over the world, Japan, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Liberia, Niger, and of course Thailand.

While living in these locations I’ve grown accustomed to traveling and enjoying new food. Now these two pursuits are what I do!