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Sweet, Sweet Tradition

The traditional sweets of Kyoto are deeply intertwined with the history of the ancient city itself.
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Ancient Sweetness and New Promise: Motpial & Sons

Text and photos by Joseph Allchin Moti Pal & Sons is an unassuming shop on a bustling yet unremarkable street in the town of Dhamrai, Bangladesh. The town itself lies just past the urban sprawl of the country’s capital Dhaka, the[...]
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Coffee: A personal journey

Text and photos by Kompit Panasupon As far back as I can remember, I’ve always had coffee in my life. 
One of my key memories when I was a kid growing up in Bangkok
 in the 90’s is the aroma of darkly roasted coffee filling the[...]
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For the love of food

Text by Kerri Macdonald, photos by Kerri MacDonald, Janice Leung and Nicole Fung Sharing is caring – at least when it comes to food, and what better way to share as many dishes with as many people as possible than to photograph them with[...]
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Asia Eater does Thailand – Thai truffles

In Thailand the seasonal hed tob or hed pop is similar in taste and fragrance to the European truffle
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Asia Eater does Thailand – Gaeng hang lay

Hi, this is Sofie Lisby, the editor of Asia Eater. I’m currently travelling around Thailand doing research for Smag På Thailand, a book about regional Thai food that I’m writing for a Danish publisher. In this blog “Asia Eater[...]
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Asia Eater does Thailand – Sai oua

Hi, this is Sofie Lisby, the editor of Asia Eater. I’m currently travelling around Thailand doing research for Smag På Thailand, a book about regional Thai food that I’m doing with a colleague for a Danish publisher. In this blog[...]
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Asia Eater does Thailand – The Royal Project

Hi, this is Sofie Lisby, the editor of Asia Eater. I’m currently travelling around Thailand doing research for Smag På Thailand, a book about regional Thai food that I’m writing for a Danish publisher. In this blog “Asia Eater[...]
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Asia Eater presents: The Potion Master at Seven Spoons

Attapon De-Silva has been making drinks since he was 19 years old. Now at 25, diners at Seven Spoons may know him as “The Potion Master.” Twice a month, the self-taught mixologist creates signature cocktails at the restaurant[...]
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Asia Eater presents: Khao Chae at Celadon

Cool off from the summer heat with a khao chae lunch special at Celadon! Watch our short video to find out more about the traditional Thai dish.
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Asia Eater presents: SALA Rattanakosin

A video from our visit to SALA Rattanakosin. To read more click here.
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Asia Eater presents: Maya Rooftop Bar & Restaurant

Located on the 29th floor of the Holiday Inn Hotel on Sukhumvit soi 22 in Bangkok, Maya Rooftop Bar and Restaurant delivers an upscale Indian dining experience with expansive views of the city skyline. Headed by Chef Ramneek Singh Lamba,[...]
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Vietnamese spring rolls the Susan Jung way

Susan Jung, the food and wine editor of the South China Morning Post, has published a new cookbook, A Celebration of Food. To read more about Jung and A Celebration of Food, click here. This week, we’re featuring a recipe from the book[...]
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Using tea in food

Tea is becoming increasingly popular as an ingredient in food, in fact so much so that using the little leaf for cooking has been named one of the top food trends of 2013. When using tea as an ingredient select a tea that either[...]
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Inarizushi recipe

The second issue of Asia Eater is almost done and we’re very excited to show you a new and improved issue. To keep you satisfied while waiting, we give you another recipe from the Little Gift cookbook by wato. If you wish to purchase[...]
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Fried fish cakes

We recently received a beautiful little cookbook, Little Gift, from Japanese Wato. In it we found this recipe for fried fish cakes that we thought we’d share with you for the weekend. If you want more, you can order the book here. Fried[...]
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Signature KU DÉ TA

For those familiar with the KU DÉ TA brand, the Bangkok expansion in October last year was an event filled with anticipation; the Bali prototype revolutionised the concept of swanky beach club in this part …

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Scalini

Breakfast joint in the morning and fine dining Italian restaurant in the evening, Scalini at Hilton Sukhumvit wears many hats. So many, in fact, that even the menu lists Italian-American favourites and the interior takes …

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The Great Kebab Factory

With the likes of Gaggan, Maya and Indus, it is safe to say that the Indian food scene in Bangkok has moved above and beyond the fairly monotonous, north Indian offerings of the mainly Nana …

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Namsaah Bottling Trust

One of Chef Ian Kittichai's nicknames is Mue Tong, or Golden Hands, from his weekly, long-running TV show, Chef Mue Tong. And there's something about it; everything that Ian Kittichai has opened in Bangkok over …

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