MBK Food Court, Bangkok

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MBK Mall is probably one of the worst place to shop in Bangkok. And that was mainly because we are not a gadget person (mostly grey sets) or someone who would pay for a “I LOVE BANGKOK” t shirt and fridge magnet.
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However, everyone in ‘the know’ in Bangkok knows MBK food court is the best in Thailand (so we heard). MBK houses two food courts – MBK fifth avenue and MBK Food Centre. MBK fifth avenue is a higher end version with more varieties while MBK food centre on the sixth floor is much cheaper.
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We opted to dine at MBK Food Centre which is more localised and cheaper.
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One will have to buy coupons to get his/her food here. Unused coupons can be refunded within the day.
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Google results reveal that stew pork rice, beef noodles and sticky mango rice are amongst some of the “must try” items here.
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Our khao kha moo (stew pork rice, 50 baht) came in a generous portion. The stew pork was tender and I loved how the ribbons of fat around the pork slices had a soft, gelatinous texture. However, the gravy was lacking in taste. It was an OK dish overall.
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We hopped over to the food stall after having our main meals.
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The mango sticky rice (80-100 baht) at MBK Food Centre was really good! The mango was extremely sweet and juicy while the glurinous rice was warm and sauce. The coconut cream drizzle added a lot of flavors it. So if you happened to be around MBK mall, give it a try!

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