東京で食う飲む!Restaurant or Bar around Tokyo and Far East. There is a great diversity of food and culture in Japan. You will enjoy the huge range style of food from very local Japanese food to a lot of foreign foods. I hope you will find and feel the diversity of foods in Japan.

9 January 2016

Apinara, Groove, sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand


Apinara showed the new horizon of Thai foods.

The nahm showed the diversity and symphony of herbs and spices on the dishes. Modern restaurants also show the beautiful marriage of herbs and ingredients.

This Modern Thai restaurant was located in one of the most luxury shopping mall, named Groove, in Bangkok. The interior was coordinated as the Modern Thai, with polished subdued colour and Thai traditional furniture. The staff are able to speak frequent English with Thai hospitality. Having the dinning in Groove is the trend among young executive in Thailand.

The dishes are Thai food, of course. Some ingredients, including foie gras or Wagu beef, were come from the Western style food. The seasoning and method of the foods were original Thai, using the traditional Thai herbs and spices and cooking with various technique. The recommendation from the restaurant were fusion dishes with traditional Thai and modern Western.

I had the rice vermicelli and red curry and braised pork neck meat. The rice vermicelli was cold and was dipped into the red curry sauce. Several fresh herbs were served with curry soup. I had enjoyed the flavoured curry soup and vermicelli noodles.

The pork neck meat was very lovely. Juicy meat liquid were coming from the nicely braised meat. The sauce accompanied on the dish was not only hot and added with several herbs.

On the bottom, I would like to advice you about the dryday in Thailand and dry-hour in Thailand. My visiting Apinara was around 14:00 when is under dry-hour (not serve any alcohol at the restaurants or shops). During 11:00-14:00 and 17:00-24:00, the people are officially able to have alcohol. The drydays are Buddhism Holidays in Thailand.


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