I've eaten with friends and colleagues in all these restaurants in (greater) Bangkok. I'm no food expert, but I do know what I like! Many of my older reviews were also published in Japanese on newsclip.be タイ発ニュース速報. Whether you're after Thai food, or craving a Mexican taco, Japanese buffet or fish & chips, you can find it all here.

* A friendly WARNING: restaurants close, change and move regularly, so before you go make sure to check *

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Roti-Mataba Restaurant ★

Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svg One of Bangkok's most famous roti-restaurants is actually a very narrow place, and sitting downstairs is no pleasure and hot, but upstairs it's a bit more spacious and air-conditioned. There are also a few tables by the roadside. Friendly and fast service.

The restaurant serves lots of roti (fried Indian pancake) and mataba (filled roti, very delicious) dishes, and a wide choice of other Indian dishes, ready to eat. This includes meat as the restaurant is non-vegetarian. The special dessert rotis

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Au Bon Pain @ Na Pralan Road ****

*Update 2017: there's a new branch at Na Phra Lan Road, a bit further down the road.

With 35 branches all over the country, Au Bon Pain is the best place for a great sandwich.

The interior is usually French style, with small chairs and tables, but different in every branch.

A wide variety of bread (French baguettes and croissants, bagels, regular bread), fresh from the oven, and even more different kinds of spread, varying from delicious French cheese to salmon, egg salad, bacon and much more. My favourite is the salmon and wasabi bagel, a great

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Smak Time [CLOSED]

Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg After checking out some fabric at Pahurat market, we found this simple and clean Indian fast-food restaurant right in the heart of little India, in the small soi left of the new India Emporium.

The restaurant is decorated with lots of food photos and some royal and religious (Buddhist and Hindu) items and gods.

The food is on show downstairs, and is also available as takeaway. There is