The food is a mix of Arab, Indian, Iranian and Thai food, of which the stuffed pigeon and various lamb kebabs are recommended! Drinking water and pickled vegetables are provided for free. The wide variety of fresh bread is delicious, and
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, December 1, 2009
Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT) in the sixties and seventies, this fifty-year old Japanese-run restaurant is decorated in Italian bistro-style with chequered tablecloths, velvety curtains and straw-wrapped Chianti bottles hanging behind the bar. Yes, it's as strange as it sounds.
A wide variety of Western and Japanese food and drinks is available. The Sarika-steak is cheap and famous, and where else in Bangkok