The Story of “Jeh Oh Chula”: How One Instant Noodle Dish Became a Local Phenomenon | Foodies OFFICIAL Asia

By Wariya I.           There was a time when people stood in a queue for hours waiting for their turn to sit and eat Bangkok’s epic “Mama” dish in Samyan district, a dish which became popular not only locally but with visitors from all across the globe who were willing to wait for hours just to get a little taste. Thank you, internet!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Foodies Asia (@foodiesofficialasia) on May 11, 2020 at 10:34pm PDT           For those not familiar with…

Easy & Not-so-easy DIY Cocktails at Home During Alcohol Sale Ban | Foodies OFFICIAL Asia

By Wariya I.               Since the Coronavirus broke out bars and clubs in Bangkok were the firsts asked to temporarily close for 14 days on the 20th March 2020 by the Government, followed by other provinces which drove many people to stock their “water of life” by emptying the alcohol shelves of supermarkets and liquor stores but when it came close to the deadline, the government decided to extend the closure until the 30th April.  But that’s not all! Just when you think prohibition…