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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Bambino – A Different Kind of Izakaya in Bangkok

Bambino (official Facebook page) is Bangkok's newest "modern" izakaya to hit the food and drink scene. Unlike contemporary Japanese izakayas which focus on traditional Japanese bites that pair well with whiskey, sake, and cold beers, Bambino has pulled from Japanese,...

Manel Lanka – Authentic Sri Lankan Food in Bangkok!

Sri Lanka is one of my bucket list travel destinations. I was curious to see if there were any restaurants in Bangkok specializing in Sri Lankan food. In my search I could only find one--Manel Lanka (official Facebook page). I had lunch there and was absolutely blown...

Casa Portugal – Traditional Portuguese Food in Bangkok

UPDATE (August 1, 2019): It appears that Casa Portugal has closed permanently at this location. Nearly a year ago I wrote about a little Portuguese bistro called La Portugalia. Folks loved their traditional Portuguese cuisine, especially their sweet pastel de nata egg...

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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Edinburgh, Scotland – Great Places to Eat, Drink, and See

As a food lover, Edinburgh is one of my favorite European city travel destinations. Scottish cuisine is amazing--delicious Aberdeen Angus steaks, incredibly fresh seafood (salmon heaven, I tell you), and a focus on fresh complimenting veggies that extend much further...

Pakse, Laos – Land of Waterfalls and Beauty

Laos has always had a special place in my heart. Luang Prabang is one of my favorite getaway destinations from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. So when I was invited to participate in a sponsored trip to the Champasak District of Laos I was both honored and excited....

Paro, Bhutan – Entering the Land of the Thunder Dragon!

In the native Bhutanese language of Dzongkha Bhutan is called  Druk Yul which is translated as "Land of Thunder Dragon".  It got this name because of the intense thunderstorms that rushed through the valleys from the Himalayas. In those early days the booming thunder...

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


Learning at Issaya Cooking Studio: Day 2

I had another amazing day learning to cook Thai food at the Issaya Cooking Studio. (Check out my first day!) This time I was the only student so I had a private lesson with Nat (the instructor). There are definite benefits to living in Thailand because during the...

Learning at Issaya Cooking Studio: Day 1

Learning to Cook at Issaya Cooking Studio: Day 1 I had such an amazing time today learning to cook Thai food at the Issaya Cooking Studio at Central Embassy! I first made a spicy green papaya salad (Somtam) with salted egg--why am I not making this everyday? I often...

Learning at Tamarind Cooking School (Luang Prabang, Laos)

During a recent trip to Luang Prabang, Laos (a full article on that adventure here), I had an opportunity to learn how to create a few typical Lao dishes through the Tamarind Cooking School (official webpage). Note: Tamarind is actually a restaurant that also happens...

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!