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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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Healthy Meal Prep Delivery in Bangkok – Clean Food House Featured Living 

Healthy Meal Prep Delivery in Bangkok – Clean Food House

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…

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5 of the Best Foodie Experiences in Koh Samui, Thailand Featured Traveling 

5 of the Best Foodie Experiences in Koh Samui, Thailand

Describing a tropical paradise would literally be describing Koh Samui, Thailand. White sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters are the highlights to many travelers. There is, however, another reason to visit this blissful oasis–food. Infused with Thai flavors and you’ll see why more time is spent eating than enjoying the beaches. Figuring out what to eat in Koh Samui when you’re surrounded by so many options may seem daunting. To make it easier for you–here are 5 of the Best Foodie Experiences in Koh Samui, Thailand. Satay for Breakfast…

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Healthy Meal Prep Delivery in Bangkok – Daily Clean Food

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 insane…

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Healthy Food Prep Service in Bangkok – Thin Thin Clean Food Delivery

On 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. The first service that popped up when looking further than just the ones that clearly target expats was Thin…

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Spanish Restaurant Review: Barcelona Gaudi

Hola amigas y amigos! As you might know I’m a big fan of Spanish cuisine and found my favorite Spanish restaurant some time ago down there in Sukhumvit Soi 11. However, as it’s always good to get to know some new places and taste different food, it recently took me to a new (for me) Spanish restaurant that actually is somewhat famous here in Bangkok and is being mentioned most of the time when you ask someone for Spanish food recommendations: Barcelona Gaudi. Location The location of this Spanish restaurant…

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Why I don’t go to Jeffer Steak anymore

Even though food in Thailand is pretty awesome, once in a while you don’t want rice + x but you crave a steak or sausage or some chicken wings and garlic bread. And while there are many places to get that, when you don’t want to queue in front of fancy restaurants or just want to save a bit of a budget you might end up in a Jeffer Steak restaurant. This is what happened to us here a few days ago. The Jeffer Steak at Terminal 21 shopping mall…

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Recipe: RED-WINE-BRAISED DUCK LEGS (เป็ดตุ๋นไวน์แดง)

#FoodFriday is back! After having had some cool collaborations in our fitness section (thx to Angel Chan!) we learned that nutrition is rather important when it comes to a healthy lifestyle. A few weeks ago we now had the chance to try an online supermarket here in Bangkok. Now we’re bringing it all together and bringing you some cool and delicious recipes that you can try on the weekend. You’re welcome. The rich, sweet sauce created by braising the duck with dried fruit is absolutely amazing. We can predict that…

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