Andrea (am_klutz) wrote,

Laem Cha Reon

Vermicelli in a claypot

The spread

Some of my favorite Thai dishes include phad thai, phad see yew, sticky rice with mango, vermicelli in a claypot and the steamed fish that is cooked in a metal tray and basted with lemon and herb juice. I didn't get to taste of it it during the last trip but was quite contented when we had the vermicelli at this restarant.

I love it best when the vermicelli is soft and flavored with soy sauce - or is the coloring from something else? I don't really fancy the ingredients that come with it, for example, the prawns and meat and I'll usually just focus on the vermicelli. Aroy Thai in Singapore does it quite well but the food at Aroy Thai is pricey. Other dishes that turned out well was the fresh crab meat, the tofu and even basic dishes like the stir-fried vegetables.

For those that are wondering where Laem Cha Reon is situated at, it's in a mall called Paradise Park. It's at the outskirts of Bangkok but it's a really nice mall with numerous local brand shops and it's spacious and clean. I wouldn't mind re-visiting that mall on my next trip but I'm not sure how accessible is it from central Bangkok.

Laem Cha Reon Seafood
Paradise Park (I copied the URL from the card in the restaurant but it's strangely not working)

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