This is the pancake stall at our neighborhood market (click here to watch him in action). Every tuesday, thursday and sunday he makes pancakes right around the corner at the Rangka Yai street food market. Arroy maak khrab!
Last year, my pictorial obsession was with Rot I-taen farm trucks. This year, I am drawn to Street Food and Night Market stalls at dusk. There is something magical about the light they emit, just when night is about to fall. Currently studdying the best way to capture this. A first attempt, not as sharp as I’d like it to be.
Looks like there’s a new Thai eatery serving street food in the Van Wesenbekestraat in Antwerp, right in the middle of the Asian neighborhood. Siam Senses‘ interior seems contemporary and even stylish, albeit small. Will definitely swing by for a review, asap.
Thailand may be the country that has the most how to articles and guides written about it. A whole lot of these are food-hygiene related. Why have the audacity to title yet another one as the definitive one? Well, I will keep updating this one and will pay special attention to any comments you might post below. If you spot something missing, just tell me. I interlaced the article with pictures just to remind you how delicious Thai food is, in spite of these precautions.
When one thinks of Bangkok, street food often comes to mind. Delicious dishes for about 40 baht, usually just a few steps away … I consider it to be part of the charm of the Asian metropolis. Lately there seems to be a hunt for these street food vendors, who often have a license, pay taxes and run a legitimate business. Renowed Soi 38’s demise is scheduled, and the clamp-down seems to continue elsewhere. Let’s hope this stops, so Bangkok’s unique character is maintained.