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Bangkok: Famous Somboon Seafood Curry Crab

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Bangkok Trip: Famous Somboon Seafood Curry Crab (Day 3) – After eating chicken rice, we actually went back to shopping at Platinum Fashion Mall until our foot cannot stand the tiredness. Mom was really powerful as she can keep exploring and hunting for clothing even though the feet sores. Haha, girls really girls, when it comes to shopping, they can ignore everything.

We went back to hotel for a rest later, went to foot massage then we headed to Ratchada area for dinner – Somboon Seafood. Somboon Seafood is a very famous curry crab restaurant in Bangkok located at Ratchada area.

One tips for you is that don’t get scam by taxi driver who offers to bring you to famous curry crab restaurant, Somboondee Restaurant. Some will thought it’s the same restaurant, or it’s the branch but it’s a complete rip off of the real Somboon restaurant with a ‘dee’ added to the name, the price at Somboondee is blood sucking expensive and I’ve been there few years back.

But now we are clever already, we know the real curry crab is Somboon Seafood. We took a cab there and costs 100 Baht. You can also take MRT to there and get off at Hwai Khwang station.

Bangkok: Famous Somboon Seafood Curry Crab

Somboon Seafood is a very famous restaurant in Bangkok, specially famous with their “Bangkok’s best fried crab curry”, so it’s a place that must no be missed when visiting Bangkok. The restaurant is so big that it spans 3 floors of seating. The dinner was awesome and love the curry crab.

This is the curry crab. It’s nice to eat it with steamed rice. If you are lazy and want to skip the haze of eating crab, order the one without shell.

A kind of vegetable that tasted old, and crunchy. Like it because there’s many garlic.

Noodle with goose feet.

Desserts! It’s the yummy mango with glutinous rice. A famous Thai desserts.


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