One for the more adventurous foodie, this spicy northeastern salad is made with same herb and spice mix as namtok. But the twist is that it’s made with raw pork, giving the dish a red tinge as it oozes blood.
At a curry and rice stall in Bangkok’s Chinatown, the food is decent but not as impressive as the quirky surrounds.
Heading to Singapore for the first time? Equip yourself with the crucial details to get the most out of your visit to the notoriously pricey southeast Asian city.
Bored of Borough? Need a new foodie market to spice up your life? With its warehouses-come-food-joints, gin distillery bar and killer French pastries, Maltby Street Market could well be your new best friend.
Tucked away in a soi in Bangkok’s Little India, Toney Restaurant serves up authentic street food dishes right out of the subcontinent.