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Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant [review]

Not too long ago I went to Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant in order to broaden my horizon and continue my journey on finding the best pizza in Thailand. Here’s my quick recap of the dinner experience at Cantina. Location of Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant Cantina is, unlike its famous counterpart, not located on Mos Eisley, but close to Sanam Pao BTS (not Ari!) station in Bangkok. From there it should be just a rather quick walk or very short motorcycle taxi ride. You can also go there…

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Max Moo Ka Ta Bangkok [review]

Time for some good food! Whenever I thoughts like this pop into my head there are a few different food options coming to mind but, quite frankly, one of the most prevalent options usually is Moo Ka Ta. I don’t always give in to that urge as it is, obviously, not the healthiest of options, but a very satisfying one once you go for it. More or less by chance I now came across a Moo Ka Ta place around my home turf of Saphan Kwai (BTS stop between Ari…

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Chef’s Secret – Healthy Food Delivery Review

As you probably read by now, I’m on the quest to live more healthy which also relates to finding better, healthier food. As my kitchen is a joke / non existent, I am trying healthy food delivery options right now. This time, Chef’s secret. And this review will be different to all the other ones because…you’ll see. Taste of Chef’s Secret Food Good. Can’t complain about that. It tastes totally fine. Delivery, Freshness, et al They delivered on time. And it arrived partly frozen in those small plastic bags as…

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Pizza Restaurant Il Bolognese Review

We all know that Pizza is life. There’s arguably no better food than pizza. It’s also an unfortunate truth that it’s not easy to find really good pizza in Thailand. On my quest to find the best Pizza I now have been to another Pizza place that claims to have ‘real’ Italian Pizza. Pizza Il Bolognese in the Sathorn area. Here’s my review. Location & Atmosphere The location is pretty easy to reach, once you know where you’re going. It’s rather close to BTS Chong Nonsi and also easy to…

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German Restaurant “Ratsstube” [review]

Very few times per year I end up in a German restaurant here in Bangkok. Usually around Christmas or when friends want to try some “real German food”. This time I decided not to go to my usual feeding grounds but rather try a new place. The “Ratsstube” close to the Goethe Institute around Sathorn Soi 1. Here’s my review. Atmosphere The atmosphere at Ratsstube is a bit weird. Kinda German, not really though. Contemporary Thai ‘art’ pictures on the walls, big hall-like seating area which makes it rather noisy…

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Healthy Food Delivery in Bangkok – CLEANFit Delivery [review]

In my quest to stay healthy and fit I don’t only focus on sports (e.g. Muay Thai, Climbing, Volleyball, Running) but also try to look after my nutrition. Having that said, this last part certainly is the worst of them all. While I can handle getting punched, kicked or hanging from (artificial rocks) I’m really bad at looking after my nutrition. That’s why I decided to try some meal prep services. One of the few choices that popped up when looking for services that don’t only focus on expats and don’t have…

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5 low calorie products at 7-11 | My-Thai.org x Cindy

We continue our featured vlog series this week. This time with Cindy who shows you a few low calorie products from 7-11. And now don’t act like you never end up at 7-11 to buy some food, we all know it happens rather often than not so be happy about the list below and take it to heart next time you hear favorite doorbell ring when hunger strikes.

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Camping Ground – Saphan Kwai Open Air Food Area [review]

I received quite some flack for my article ‘Why street food should be regulated in Thailand‘ since many people thought regulating = banning. It doesn’t! I was mostly advocating for more regulations (e.g. hygiene) and to move those sidewalk shops into a common area. Something like this just happened in the Saphan Kwai neighborhood of Bangkok. Lots of former street vendors moved onto a common area and the overall quality of the food as well as the atmosphere improved dramatically. Name, location, atmosphere The common food area in Saphan Kwai…

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Why Thailand should regulate street food

Aaaaah! The world is coming to an end, run for the hills, hide in a bunker! Thailand is banning street food! – the outcry, when this message first surface, was huge (way bigger than when we witness the last coup d’etat here btw! Or when Rohingya refugees died on open waters, or when journalists got arrested for being to critical. Apparently food is where we draw the line). How could the street food capital of the world, Bangkok, be thinking about banning street food? Well, first of all, they’re not really…

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