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Mashoor and Manit

Posted date:  March 2, 2007
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Continuing on my Lonely Planet assignment, I spent yesterday morning at Kathmandu, a photography gallery owned by one of Thailand’s most lauded photographers, Manit Sriwanichpoom. Located in a restored Chinese shophouse on Thanon Pan (near the Hindu temple off of Silom), Kathmandu is one of the only galleries in Bangkok specifically dedicated to photography. It also happens to be located smack dab in the middle of one of Bangkok’s most eclectic food areas. Within steps of Kathmandu you have Burmese, Persian, southern Indian, northern Indian, and some well-known Thai restaurants. After I finished shooting, Manit’s wife was kind enough to supply us with thali from Mashoor, a northern Indian vegetarian restaurant located directly across the road:

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They comprised of (starting at 12:00 and moving clockwise) a curry of peas and paneer (fresh cheese), curried okra, dhal, home made yogurt, fresh chappitis and pappadum, gulab jamun and rice. Everything was excellent, and I can’t imagine a better Bangkok Sunday outing than an exotic meal followed by a visit to the Hindu temple and a look at excellent photography on display at Kathmandu.

Mashoor
38 Pan Road
02 234 9305

Kathmandu Photo Gallery
87 Pan Road
02 234 6700


Comment for Mashoor and Manit


Lunch with Manit, how nice! I hope the shoot+interview went well.



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