Ros’niyom: Street Food in a Restaurant (Kao Soi Gai)

I went to the Silom Complex to pick up some groceries and decided to eat lunch first (I’ve learned it’s never smart to food shop when you’re hungry!). Usually when I go to the Silom Complex I will eat either ramen, sushi, or Bon Chon Chicken. But today I noticed a place called Ros’niyom on the ground floor–specifically I noticed that they had kao soi gai on their menu board which just so happens to be one of my favorite dishes. Instantly craving kao soi gai, I grabbed a table for one. Continue reading “Ros’niyom: Street Food in a Restaurant (Kao Soi Gai)”


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 eat somtam but this is the first time I had it with salted egg. It gives it a creaminess I dig. Continue reading “Learning at Issaya Cooking Studio: Day 1”


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 to offer cooking classes. Continue reading “Learning at Tamarind Cooking School (Luang Prabang, Laos)”