The Only Thai Food Guide You’ll Ever Need
When it comes to street food, Thailand is right up there. Everyone knows that.
But, when you’re there, in Thailand, understanding not a word, fearful of food poisoning, feeling dithery and uncertain because of all the heady exotic rush … it’s easy to be disappointed by what you’ve ordered in ignorance and haste.
When you get a winner, you have no idea how to order it again. When you get something that isn’t enjoyable, you feel ripped off. A meal wasted.
Where’s the good stuff, I hear you wail. Well, I don’t know. I’ve had a few disappointing meals in Thailand.
However, I know someone who knows.
It is suddenly my favourite book in the world and I can’t wait to get back to Thailand to try EVERYTHING in the book. There’s photos, there’s descriptions, there’s Thai translations, there’s recommendations and all the tips you need to wander through a Thai eating place with confidence and order a tasty cheap meal.
I honestly don’t know how Mark stays so trim. The eating (and photographing) he’s done to compile this book is astounding.
Am I raving? Forgive me. I’m just so excited about this book and what it means for us next time we’re in Thailand. Which is going to be soon, I’ve decided.
Pork omelet is not something I’d choose to order if I saw it while traveling. But it’s on my list now Mark has recommended it in his Eating Thai Food Guide. And the desserts. I’ve only ever tried a few Thai desserts but this 88 page e-book has 16 pages of desserts. I really don’t know how that man stays thin!
Even if you’re not heading to Thailand, there are Thai restaurants everywhere. Get the book, go to a Thai restaurant, order. If you’re not happy, shake the e-book at them and tell them you’re going to send Migration Mark around to sort them out.
And just like the best Thai street food, the Eating Thai Food Guide is cheap. Only US$7. Buy it. I can’t see how you could ever regret it.
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