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Friday, April 15, 2011

Masala Art - Fine Indian Cuisine





Location: Thonglor Eight Building - 88, Thonglor Soi 8, 2nd Floor, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand
Hours of Operation: Every Day, 11:00AM - 3:00PM, 6:00PM - 10:30PM
Phone: 02-713-8357-58, 08-63188768
Rating: 5/5

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Hung-Sen (หุง-เส้น)



Location: CentralWorld, 3rd Floor, Balcony Zone, Bangkok, Thailand
Hours of Operation: Mon - Sun, 10:30am - 10pm
Phone: 02-613-1535
Rating: 5/5


What a gem of a find.  Aey and I just happen to stumble upon this place based solely on a single picture.  A picture ad of a bowl of Khao Soi at Hung-Sen on a sign board as we walked around Central World.  The picture of the Khao Soi looked so good and the fact that we just got back from Chiang Mai, boy was I hankering for some good Khao Soi.  So far we've had only mediocre Khao Soi in Bangkok, some better than others but nothing great.  That is until now.


The Khai Soi (chicken - gai) at Hung-Sen was a definite hit!  It was creamy, hearty, full of flavor and spices. The chicken (drumstick) was free of that undesirable "low-grade/unfresh chicken taste". The chicken meat was so tender it almost fell off the bone. The wide yellow noodles were al dente; I am definitely not a fan of soggy noodles.  Accompanied with pickled cabbage, shallots, lime and nam phrik phao (fried chili) this delightful meal is what one needs to satisfy cravings for Khao Soi.

Khao Soi as defined by Wikipedia

On top of that they also serve O-liang (Thai Black Iced Coffee)!  What?  Yes they do and yes I am in heaven!




Next up was the Som Tum with pickled crabs and naem (fermented pork sausage).  Served with pickled cabbage, devilish pork cracklings, thai spaghetti and fresh mint leaves.  Awesome.  Not too sweet, just right the right combination of sweetness, sourness and savoriness.  Not that spicy.  Just refreshingly good.



Third dish was the Yellow noodles with  Grilled Kurobuta Pork, Chinese Broccoli and Chili sauce.  The Grilled Kurobuta Pork was so tender and tasty.  Mix in the chili sauce, stir and you have the makings of another solid dish.

I highly recommend Hung-Sen and will definitely be back.  A definite fan!

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