Our Favorite Farang Food Joints in Bangkok [Season 3, Episode 33]

2018-11-12T22:36:27+07:00November 7th, 2018|Bangkok Podcast Season 3|2 Comments

This week is a special on-location show at a Pizza Company restaurant in a highly secret, undisclosed location (to ensure the BP hosts are not mobbed by adoring fans), where Greg and Ed kick things off by daring to try the new ‘durian pizza’ (see pic below). Alas, as anyone who listened to last week’s bonus show might know, neither Ed nor Greg are huge durian fans, so – what’s the verdict? You’ll have to listen to find out.

The hosts then discuss the best places (in their not-so-humble opinions) to eat farang food in Bangkok, opinions accumulated over their nearly 40 combined years of living in Bangkok. Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese and and Japanese will all appear in a later episode, but pizza, burgers, Mexican, and Lebanese are all covered in great detail here. From tiny little joins at the ass-end of long sois to bright, centrally located places known by many, it’s all in here. Did we miss some? Most certainly, but these are the ones that tide us over best when we jones for something other than Thai.

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  1. Mojomatt November 9, 2018 at 1:46 pm - Reply

    El Diablo is still open. It’s a gem. You can even find it discounted on Eatigo or get it delivered on Foodpanda

    • Greg November 12, 2018 at 10:34 am - Reply

      That’s awesome, glad it’s still around. Time for another visit!

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