One Night in Bangkok

I stayed home all of yesterday to prepare for an audition, so when the sun went down, I was eager for some quality time with Abe’s parents…

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…we took them out to one of our favorite Thai places, Ruen Pair – which was packed at 6pm:

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Pineapple Fried Rice – ordered with tofu instead of chicken/shrimp – comes with egg, onion, tomatoes, green onion, and cashew nuts

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Pa Nang – Chicken with peanut curry paste in coconut milk

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The requisite Morning Glory…

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…Pad Thai with shrimp…

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…and rice

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The only mediocre dish was the Rahd Nah – flat rice noodles with Chinese Broccoli and Fried Tofu

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Everything else (as usual) was great!

Eaten family style…

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…I cleared three large, packed plates:

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Afterwards, we headed across the parking lot to Bhan Kanom Thai

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I adore this place, but never have enough stomach room to eat anything fresh from the counter (I’ll have to come BEFORE dinner next time)

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Still, it’s fun just to poke around…

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…there’s A LOT to look at…

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…they even have imported potato chips!

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Ultimately, we bought some intriguing snacks for a later date…

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…plus some sweets for brunch…

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…which we’re off to soon!

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11 thoughts on “One Night in Bangkok

  1. Kayy

    Ha 🙂 welcome to Thailand. Next time I recommend chicken with ginger_(Thai people call KAI PAD KHING ) very Thai very delicious. I’m your Thai fan.

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