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Destination Dining: Bangkok

Eat Thai

From street food to hipster cafes, Jaime Ee and Rachel Loi go on a feeding frenzy in the city of angels
Mar 4, 2017 5:50 AM

TO try or not to try, that is the question. Street food in Bangkok, that is, as you salivate at the sight of succulent sausages, glistening fat squid and giant salt-crusted fish broiling over a makeshift charcoal brazier; breathe in the pungent sweet-savoury fish sauce fusing with herbs and lime

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