|Picture taken from our bedroom window. The restaurant is right below the blue sign the arrow is pointing to.|
|Or right where the star is located. (added by me to help you see exactly where I'm talking about)|
khanom krok. I'll be honest, I had to look this one up because I can never remember their name. Here's (click on here's) another blog that references them. Thank you fellow blogger for informing me that the translation literally means coconut pudding. All I can say is that these are yummy. They come in at least three flavors and are also popular for breakfast.
|Brought home to consume and save some for Greg. They come with the two halves together, but I pulled them apart so you can see inside. The green one is full of scallions, yellow is corn, and pinkish is sausage.|
|My dad and I had some corn khanom krok the day we visited The Grand Palace in March.|
Delicious pork satay with peanut sauce and scrumptious pork with rice: 120B (includes 20B Tip)= $4 USD
Oh My Goodness those are tasty khanom krok: 20B= $0.65 USD
Grand Total: 140 Baht or $4.65/2= $2.33 per person.
Tomorrow's local lunch: Noodles. It should be more affordable.