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I’m sad I didn’t shoot this with something to scale. This was massive. Easily around 10cm in diameter.And I ate it all. 🙂

Strawberry and Mango Ice Monster: Very finely shaved ice, layered with milk and sugar syrup, and then topped wit strawberries, mangoes and condensed milk. A very chic version of ais kacang or pat bing su.

Ice Monster@ Bangkok, Thailand

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Rice Noodle Rolls: Shredded pork and chicken mixed with bean sprouts, cilantro and vemicelli noodles, wrapped in a thick white rice noodle. Served with a sweet, spicy, sour chili sauce.

Siam Paragon Food Court@ Bangkok, Thailand

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Probably my favorite dish I had in Bangkok. A whole fresh mango sliced, and served with a sticky rice flavored with a creamy slightly salty coconut milk. The combination of sweet juicy mango and the chewy salt and coconut cream from the rice is heaven. I endeavored to have this everyday while I was there.

Siam Paragon Food Court@ Bangkok, Thailand

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A whole century duck egg stuffed into a spicy lemongrass infused fish ball, boiled and then deep fried. Sliced into quarters and served with cucumbers in a sweet vinegar.
Surprisingly good, with the cucumbers to help kill some of the burn from the very very spicy fishball.

Siam Paragon Food Court@ Bangkok, Thailand

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A Large pineapple hollowed out, and then filled with a cocktail of Malibu rum, grenadine, pineapple and lime juice, and ice.

River Sun Cruise ship @ Chao Praya river, Bangkok, Thailand

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Clockwise from the delicious pineapple…
a Thai custard pudding,
a mung bean paste dessert shaped like a mini orange,
a round orange ball made with egg yolks and jasmine syrup,
a oblong orange sweet made with coconut and rose syrup,
rice cake (khanom) made with pandan and coconut,
small cookie disk with coconut,
chewy coconut and rice flour ball,
and finally a sweet candied date.

What a way to get introduced to Thai desserts!

River Sun Cruise ship@ Chao Praya river, Bangkok, Thailand

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Chicken Noodles: Rice noodles (kway teow) stir fried with soy sauce, chicken and eggs. Served with crispy fried dough and fresh crunchy lettuce. A great breat from spicy food.

MBK 5th floor @ Bangkok, Thailand

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