It’s been said that, per capita, Thailand has the highest number of Japanese restaurants outside of Japan
Tragedy struck this week at a local market in the Land of Smiles.
It’s small plates served in increments of prime numbers. Forcing a Chip-and-Dale-style sharing between any number of diners.
…though the patrons change, it is always consistently interesting. There is always a ever-changing cast of characters.
Somewhere upstairs, in another room, your food is prepared and bagged, Henry-Ford-like and shunted on down the line.
Stopped off in George Town, Penang, Malaysia last week. A side jaunt on the way home from a long stretch. If you’re in the area, you can probably smell it. Like Singapore, […]
…for the price of a round trip airfare to New Delhi, one can sample Indian-inspired bites…
A group of vegans gathers. They’re expatriate. They’re fit. They’re beautiful. They probably smell like a freshly mown field of clover.
As every morning should start with a stimulating conversation, we discussed the origins of American Fried Rice
The mango, hand picked that morning, didn’t dissolve, as much as sublimate…