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If you think about it, Bangkok and New Orleans have quite a few things in common. Both Bourbon street bangkok hot, flat cities prone to serious flooding. Both are set along major rivers that feed into major gulfs, each of which teem with shrimp. Both are cultural centres and premier nightlife destinations. With New Orleans roots, this corresponant was excited to hopefully get a taste of the real thing at the Bourbon Street on Sukhumvit Soi 63 aka Soi Ekkamai.
The restaurant is Bourbon street bangkok, bright and airy with rows of tables set along each wall and plenty of room for letting the New Orleans funk move your body. We passed on the oyster-vodka thing but did select a few classic New Orleans favourites — crab gumbo soup bahtandoullie sausage jambalaya bahtboiled shrimp baht and corn bread 50 baht — for a filling lunch. A big pile of jambalaya came heaped onto a plate stacked with real andouille sausage delicious and white meat chicken mixed into dirty rice with plenty of Cajun kick.
We could have done without the soggy zucchini slices on the side as if that makes it healthybut a splattering of the real Louisiana brand pepper sauce that comes standard on every table was enough to bring back a few French Quarter memories. The crab gumbo came stewed in the true New Orleans way, and its dark brown colour, thick Bourbon street bangkok and smoky mix of flavours was spot on, especially after dipping the fresh, crusty jalapeno corn bread in the bowl.
The boiled shrimp was served Louisiana style — no frills — with he still on and a side of cocktail sauce with a hint of Cajun spice. And then, I stuck the bottle under my belt and smuggled it out of the restaurant. The extensive menu includes enough New Orleans classics to make you want to come back and keep sampling. Sides like collard greens, fried okra and red beans are also available, as are a range of indulgent and generally adored-by-Americans options like the open-faced roast beef sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy, Tex-Mex favourites like chilli con carne and chicken fajitas, bar food like buffalo wings and mozzarella sticks, and some burgers your choice of Thai ribeye beef or Australian lamb.
There are also a half dozen types of pizza available, and the restaurant opens at the early hour of to dish out their eggs benedict along with classic southern US-style breakfasts. Bourbon Street is an optimal one-stop option for those experiencing rice and noodle soup overload. And, if you suck down one too many oyster shooters, a tiny reception area and elevator in the rear of the restaurant can whisk you to one of their New Orleans themed rooms for rent upstairs.
David Luekens first came to Thailand in when Bourbon street bangkok friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand sincehe spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea. Provided by Travelfish partner Agoda. Prefer Booking?.
Bourbon Street Bangkok. Very New Orleans. Quiet now, but later the hurricanes roll in. Bourbon street bangkok Cajun-Creole food -- Bangkok delivers once again. Just around the corner from the Superdome, I mean, Ekkamai bus terminal. Reviewed by David Luekens David Luekens first came to Thailand in when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip.
Coming soon! Our top 10 places to eat and drink around Sukhumvit. Above Eleven.
Reasonably priced rooftop bar. Bar Is it open?
Bella Napoli. Excellent pizza. Cabbages and Condoms. An institution in Bangkok. Chicken T. Free-range and antibiotic-free. Great big burgers. Delicious Northern Thai and more. Great vege food. Great sushi in Sukhumvit. Bangkok loves sushi. Health food cafes on Sukhumvit Soi Tasty and really healthy.
House of Beers. Go for the beers. Ice cream, gelato and frozen yoghurt in Sukhumvit. Time to cool off.
High end Indian. Watch that chicken fly! Khana Khazana. Filling Indian vegetarian fare. Korean food at Sukhumvit Plaza.
Welcome to Little Seoul. Krua Rom Mai. Big portions, low prices. Kua Kling Pak Sot. Watch out for those chillies. Lounge, eat, drink, repeat. Fresh three-room club. M Coffee. A well-done everyday coffee shop. Hip spot, great cocktails. May Veggie Home. Veggie lover's dream. Popular hangout for trendy young things. Pad Thai Fire Look. Sizzlingly delicious. Pala Pizza Romana. Great pizza Roman style. Phuket Town Restaurant. Fiery, pungent flavours of the south.
Rabbits 3 Karaoke. Best in town. Sala Bao Ko Ouan. Balls of deliciousness. Shades of Retro. Unusual beats and fixed gear bikes. Shahrazad Restaurant. Makes a mean hummus. Soul Food Mahanakorn. Highly recommended. Spot On. Just like the beach. Street food: Sukhumvit Soi Top spot to try street food. Streetfood: Sukhumvit Soi 1.Bourbon street bangkok
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