Phil’s recent post at The Last Appetite reminded me that I’ve yet to post a few additional images from our recent mini Southeast Asian bloggers summit. The pictures in question are of khanom pang ping sangkhayaa, toast topped with a kind of coconut custard (pictured above). I’m not entirely sure what is responsible for the orange colour, but whatever it was, it tasted as artificial as it looked.
There was also nom naam daeng:
chilled milk mixed with naam daeng, a syrup-and-food-colouring mixture that all Thais seem to love, and that I thought went very well with this employee’s outfit:
Despite garish colours involved, I actually like this restaurant. It’s called Thian Song, and is an old-school Chinese eatery-slash coffee shop in a fun part of town, minutes from the Giant Swing. It’s probably favourite place to drink iced coffee–just stay away from anything bright.
Thian Song (Google Maps link)
168-172 Thanon Din Sor
02 224 4554
Spotted at a market in Chanthaburi. My sources tell me they are filled with some sort of sweet liquid and are particularly favoured by the younger generation. Perhaps my all-knowing food mentor Aong can provide some insight? Anybody else?
More from Chanthaburi to follow in the next couple days.
Khanom bueang, temple fair, Ayuthaya. Mmm…