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Thursday, July 07, 2011



Human welcome!

I went to Bangsu to meet friends, and they brought me to eat at a famed restaurant in the area - Garlic, it is a small homey eatery that serves good food at very reasonable price.

tord mun pla (deep-fried fish cakes)

gaeng keow wan phad han (stir-fried dried green curry with choice of meat)
phad pak fuk meow (stir-fried cayote leaves)

kai foo poo (fried fluffy omelet with crab meat)

phad pak dtam lung (stir-fried ivy gourd leaves)
goong sauce ma-kham (river prawn in tamarind sauce)

gaeng bark (jungle curry with choice of meat)

Thai desserts

Garlic Thai Restaurant ****
97/73 Soi Chot Wiwat
Rim Khlong Prapa Road
Bangsu, Bangkok 10800
Tel.: 02.585.1932

Open daily : lunch 11 am - 2:30 pm, dinner 5 - 9 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 500


Tommy Leung said...

Thai food? The decoration is very European bor!

Stella said...

I will pass this one.
There is one similar garlic eatery in Beverly Hills called Stinging Rose on La Cienaga Blvd. All food is made of garlic.

in the sea said...

I guess it's the name of the restaurant. Maybe not really related to garlic. The place does look like Swiss/German home.

in the sea said...

PS Congratulations on the hit count over 400k!

Thailand Club said...

yes Tommy, north European decor inside out, but genuine Thai cuisine, very good, just too far from the city

oh Stella, honey, u c all garlic dished in this post? aiya, u c what we didn't c, scary

Sea, old generation Thai elite and high-so ppl usually educated in Europe, so when they r back to the Kingdom, they r very western-style ..

and thanks Sea, yes time flies, over 400k hit

in the sea said...

Bang Su is in the north of Bangkok, right? I hope to try this one some day. The food looks very nice. I miss the herbal jello.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to TC for the 400K read count.

Tommy Leung said...

Eat authentic Thai food in a Swiss look house. This is interesting!

Congratulations for reaching 400K hit count!

Thailand Club said...

Sea, one day u can easily go to this place by MRT, few years later ..

yep while many non-authentic Thai restaurants decorated in very Thai and Bali style, and some real nice and authentic Thai food joints decorated in European style, truly culture exchange ..