From Prison to Michelin Kitchen: Singaporean Chef Settles in Bangkok with Modern Asian Concept | Foodies OFFICIAL Asia

There’s is something that Bangkok has never really found a successful niche for and that is for Singaporean cuisine. Apart from the odd self-proclaimed “Singaporean” Hainanese Chicken or noodle and dumpling shop pandering to Expats or Thais looking to reminisce of their foodie travels in the ‘Garden City’, there’s little that instantly stands out or comes to mind when naming any exceptional Singaporean-influenced restaurants. Eddie Yii of ‘Stranger in Bangkok’, a popular Bangkok based blogger, who is Malaysian but grew up in Singapore, says of this lack of availability, “I think…

Thailand’s Famous “Khanom Chin” Varieties, Myths & Where to Try Them in Bangkok | FOODIES OFFICIAL ASIA

by Wariya I. Many people around the world consider Thai food as one of the best cuisines in the world due to its vibrancy, flavour and texture which gives people an explosive mouthfeel.  Much like Chinese Food where each region has adopted its own style of flavour. Thai food’s diversity is one of the reasons why tourists from all over the world, seeking to explore the land and it’s exotic bounty of dishes, from the Centre to the South, the North, the East and the West.   There are dishes…

Easy & Not-so-easy DIY Cocktails at Home During Alcohol | Foodies Official Asia

By Wariya I. Since the Coronavirus broke out bars and clubs in Thailand 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 is about to meet its end, the…