991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon
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Their supermarket is so premium that you are able to have fresh oysters and seafood at the live station located in the supermarket. Not only that, outside of the supermarket, the entire floor is filled with restaurants and food stalls. Mainly thai street snacks, japanese pastries and desserts and several beverage stalls. One of my favourite bubble tea brand in Bkk is Coco, they have mini pearls! #jxeatstravel

it’s Pandan sweetneat (kanom karok bai toey). Best to eat it hot and a little uncooked, the texture will be chewier. Missing this already 😭 i love the one from Train night market Ratchada, it’s in mini size but the stall didn’t open when i visited last month. 😭😭 Several other snacks available at Kanom Siam; coconut pancake, pancake roll with fillings such as thai milk tea, pandan,custard etc and Red ruby dessert #jxeatstravel

Chanced upon this soy sauce marinated crab while looking for an ice cold drink to quell the heat. While it tasted really good, with its sweet sauce soaked up by the crab which seemed to have just defrosted, I found it a hassle to eat since there weren’t any tables nearby and it’s merely a pop up stall.

❄️ Must try Southern Thai cuisine @ Baan Ice Restaurant ❄️ ($15-20 per px)
To locate a rustic Thai food in Siam Paragon is quite a difficult task as most places offer either fusion or contemporary dishes. We just simply want good food with laid back setting. 🍃
Luckily we found this rare Southern Thai eatery here. We had Spicy dry fried pork THB 180, Chili crab egg THB 350, Stir fried shrimp & grounded pork with stink beans THB 240 and Tamarind soup with mullet THB 230. Highly recommended by us ( taste, location and ambience) 👍😋
📍Baan Ice Restaurant
Siam Paragon 4th floor, #4-30,#4-31
Pathumwan, Bangkok


Throwback to when I was in Bangkok’s Siam Paragon food hall. Spotted this stall with huge slabs of roasted pork belly as far as the eye could see. I swear a drone camera would have done a fine job of swooping across that wide, expansive terrain of crackling to capture all the gloriousness.
Anyway, if you happen to go there and come upon this stall, I highly recommend buying a box. They serve the pork belly with three kinds of dips: mustard, a sweetish dark sauce and a spicy Sichuan-style of chilli paste. All were a good match with the meat but my top pick (despite it being an oiliness-on-oiliness scenario) would be the Sichuan one. A mouthwatering albeit arteries-clogging combo.


I didn’t have to travel to Bangkok’s Chinatown because it came to Siam Paragon. For a short while anyway, which is how I got to feast on this tasty bowl of braised fish maw with big, wobbly cubes of pig’s blood (something I really miss!). A dash of vinegar, a touch of chilli and a flurry of pepper, then mad slurping followed.
I am sure many of you like the food court and food hall in that shopping mall as much as me. The former allows for tucking into many kinds of Thai street food in air-conditioned comfort, the latter for its ever-changing themed events that promise a smorgasbord of delicious finds. Honestly, I don’t think I have ever visited Bangkok and not stepped in there.