Places to eat.

I’ve been thinking for a while now about what is “valuable content” – as an author, it might seem strange, but we can get stuck for content – I’ll explain. We don’t, well, at least I don’t want to talk too much about the manuscript in process, quite apart from jinxing it; there’s just plain giving too much away. So you can’t write about what you’re working on, and because you’ve got readers of all kinds, you can’t write about religion or politics (although I do); so that leaves you with… the weather. And the weather in Thailand, while it can get exciting, can also be summed up as Hot, Very Hot, Hot and Wet – bit like our women really (straight to hell for that one). But then, inspiration struck – I can write about all the groovy eating places I know(notice I didn’t say restaurants – because quite a few of the groovy places are not restaurants by any stretch of the imagination).

If you have have a particular favorite, feel free to chime in with a comment and this is not limited to Thailand.

Saffron On The Sea

This little restaurant and resort owned by Pam was a real gem of a find on my recent trip to ...
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Or Tor Kor Market

Or Tor Kor Website (No official website found) so I linked to “” because they have the best photo tour of ...
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CHESA Swiss Restaurant

5 Sukhumvit Soi 20, Klong Toey Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110. Thailand Telephone: +662 261 6650 CHESA Website Tripadvisor I first ...
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167 Soi Sukhumvit 21 Vadhana Bangkok 10110 Thailand I thought I’d kick this off with an old favorite, Rossano’s. Someone ...
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      Sorry for very late reply, Steve – my only excuse is that I have been extremely focused on day job work and when I can, writing the next in the series. Please do leave a review they really help.

      Best wishes,

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