UPDATE: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 2017, NEW YORK NEW YORK DELI IS CLOSED FOR BUSINESS. IT IS UNFORTUNATE AS THEY OFFERED ONE OF THE BEST HOT DOGS IN BANGKOK. I HOPE THEY REOPEN AGAIN AND WILL UPDATE READERS IF THEY DO!
Bangkok is similar to New York City in that you can pretty much find anything your stomach desires–and that includes New York deli fare! Unlike the Big Apple, the Big Mango doesn’t have New York City cuisine on every corner. Sure, we’ve got hotdogs on sticks (not buns) from street vendors and hotdogs with buns at 7-11 convenience stores on every corner, but this is certainly no substitute to a real New York City deli dog! Should you find yourself craving a REAL hotdog, you need to go to New York New York Deli Fare.
Continue reading “New York New York Deli – Big Apple Meets Big Mango!”
Originating during the 13th century, Sukhothai was the first capital of the Kingdom of Siam. Much has certainly changed over 800 years. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site this once magnificent city left a large collection of ruins that are absolutely worth exploring today, as well as recipes passed down through the ages for unique noodle soups and pad Thai dishes that are both delightful and delicious! Continue reading “Sukhothai – An Exploration of Thailand’s First Capital”
Khon Sae Lee Noodles provides very reasonably priced dishes of fresh homemade noodles, wontons, and choice cuts of juicy crispy duck, crispy pork, BBQ red pork, and generous lumps of fresh crab claw meat. Located just a stone throw away from the Thong Lo BTS station, this tiny restaurant dishes out delicious and inexpensive dishes that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Khon Sae Lee Noodles – Oodles of Noodles and Tasty Meats!”
Nestled between the Mekong and Nam Kham rivers, Luang Prabang, once the ancient royal capitol of Laos now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, provides a restful getaway with activities sure to please everyone and accommodate any budget. Continue reading “Luang Prabang, Laos: A Restful Vacation with Many Wonders”