Although Singapore is much advertised as a shopping paradise, I find Bangkok more affordable with a wider selection of merchandise. Well, could be due to holiday mood which makes shopping more enjoyable; and I could actually afford all the time in the world to shop at a leisurely pace.
Food Loft is more than a food court, something like Marche concept with selection of thai, chinese, vietnamese, japanese and italian cuisine. Just bring the charge card to any of the open kitchen stalls and place order. At the end of the meal, bring the card to the cashier to tabulate the total amount. Won't say the food was fantastic, though it is worth mentioning that the dining ambience was chic and price reasonable.
Thai Style Noodle, Siam SquareDiscovered this random eatery at Siam Square. Was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the noodles, fishballs, pork and deep fried cheese dumplings. Little wonder it was crowded and patrons had to share tables.
MK Gold Restaurant, Siam ParagonSaw a large crowded outside this restaurant. I guess it wouldn't go wrong to follow the locals. And indeed it was a good choice. MK is a chain of restaurant offering thai-style sukiyaki. We ordered a vegetable set with a plate of its highly acclaimed roast duck. The roast duck with a special sauce was tender and succulent. The dip for the sukiyaki was spicy and sweet and complemented the vegetable well. Gotta be back next time to try more items!
Spice Story, Siam Paragon
Was attracted by the exotic flavours of ice-cream and sherbet. Tried a lemongrass sherbet which was light and refreshing. Hmmm....