When I received an invitation to attend a preview of the Loi Krathong festival in Benjarong, I decided to go (as I was in South City anyway that day, and I love Thai Food). So, I reached and found other fellow bloggers there. We were greeted by A, who was hosting the event (and had called me up), and it was an intimate gathering, where we were seated in a private table.
As I sat down, I found a small glass of peachy-orange drink that tasted mostly of guavas with a hidden tang of oranges that sets your mood. I finished the glass way too soon, and by that time, my soup was there. I pretty much liked this, and moved on to my soup, as the weather is chilling slowly, and I decided I wanted something to sustain me.
|I have no clue about the name of this soup. However, I am assuming it was some form of Tom Yum Gai.|
|Pla/Gai hor Baitaey (Left) and Lok Chin Gai Pin (Right)|
|Yum Hed Hoo Noo|
|Graprou Gai: Stir fried lamb with holy basil|
|Sakoo Piak Maprow Orn (Left) and Khao Niew Sankhaya (Right)|
|Coconut Ice Cream|