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Thais are famous for their many desserts and this is a typical shop for dessert which recently opened near my home

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Simple shop but brisk business
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Choose what you like
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Too many choices
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Hot dessert
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Cold coconut milk dessert
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Mix it all around
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$1.25 per bowl

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Noodle is also popular among Thai and there is one particular noodle that is only available here in Thailand which is known as Yentafu (sound very familiar with Hakka's yong tau fu) however in the Thai version fermented tofu (red in colour) is made into a sauce and added into the noodle. The most famous (Thais said could be the original founder) is A. Mallika shop

This is yentafu for you

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as I am not a fan of yentafu (I cannot stand the smell of the red sauce) I prefer normal noodle soup

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A. Mallika is also known for other traditional Thai and Chinese dishes, this is khanom jeeb (siewmai)
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and geow-thod (deep fried wanton)
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Good desserts here too
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This is their website if you like to know where to find them (many malls have a branch) - http://yentafo.com/eng/about/
 

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1 minute ago, Yamato said:

Noodle is also popular among Thai and there is one particular noodle that is only available here in Thailand which is known as Yentafu (sound very familiar with Hakka's yong tau fu) however in the Thai version fermented tofu (red in colour) is made into a sauce and added into the noodle. The most famous (Thais said could be the original founder) is A. Mallika shop

This is yentafu for you

APbiIzD.jpg

MAETQJr.jpg

as I am not a fan of yentafu (I cannot stand the smell of the red sauce) I prefer normal noodle soup

FcKclPP.jpg

A. Mallika is also known for other traditional Thai and Chinese dishes, this is khanom jeeb (siewmai)
rfiY6nS.jpg

and geow-thod (deep fried wanton)
tQcm0Sk.jpg

Good desserts here too
2bP0VNR.jpg

This is their website if you like to know where to find them (many malls have a branch) - http://yentafo.com/eng/about/
 

i miss u many many yamato.... lol....


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33 minutes ago, meng.huat said:

 

screw the salesman

 

Nebermind I use to it already, people look down on screw salesman. It’s normal nebermind.

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Celebrating my fried's new house at Peppe's Italian

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Octopus salad
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Baby octopus in freshly homemade tomato sauce
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French mussels in white wine
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Peppe, left ot right lobster?
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Finally
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Then the meat
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Excellent
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A typical Thai worker breakfast, Khao Gaeng. Khao gaeng is basically rice covered with dishes which a customer can choose from the many trays of dishes

A typical khao gaeng shop

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Free extra raw vegetables and salad sauces take as much as you like 
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Free soup too
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My $1.45 breakfast (35 baht) consisted of 3 dishes - stir fry cabbage with mushrooms, bean sprouts with tofu, fried chicken with Thai herbs.
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Fwah shushu if moi ghost bkk will chiu bring moi ghost jiak?

 

Fwah shushu if moi ghost bkk will chiu bring moi ghost jiak?

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Mordern yet classic noodle shop

Open kitchen
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Easy going shop
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Inside 
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Popular Thai drink made of plant, ka-jiab
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Tomyam rice noodle (beehoon)
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Tomyam charcoal noodle
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Krapow minced pork rice
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The shop
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