Showing posts with label Thai food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thai food. Show all posts

JAM JAM EATERY AND BAR @Asai Bangkok Chinatown: My Review and What to Order

April 12, 2024

JAM JAM EATERY AND BAR @Asai Bangkok Chinatown: Review and What to Order

If you happen to be in Chinatown, check out Jam Jam Eatery and Bar at the  ASAI Bangkok Chinatown. They serve excellent and very delicious Thai food at reasonable prices. Everything we ordered was fresh, well-prepared, and with just the right amount of spice. We decided to try it out because it's a highly rated restaurant with very good reviews. But we can personally attest to how delicious it is since we ate there several times during our stay. 

If you're staying at Asai Bangkok Chinatown, there's no need to go out of the hotel to sample very delicious and authentic Thai food. This is very convenient especially when you're hungry and the temperature outside is too hot to walk around searching for Thai food. 

Here is what we ordered:

Aside from the food, the ambience is very cozy, conducive to good conversation.


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RODDEEDED PHILIPPINES: Superb Thai Food in Manila

August 5, 2022

Superb Thai Food in Manila

I have yet to return to Bangkok since the pandemic started. Craving for authentic Thai food, to my delight I found Roddeeded in Manila. I never tasted Roddeeded in Bangkok. They are said to be famous for the beef noodle soup. Instead what I ordered for delivery are (1) Pad Thai, (2) Green Chicken Curry and (3) Larb Moo salad. They were all as great as the food we tasted during visits in Bangkok.

Thai food is very spicy but it is unique in that the spiciness comes with so much flavor. The "hotness" and the flavor reminds me of the quality of food we ate at Bangkok Bold Kitchen in Thailand in 2019. My standard for good Pad Thai is Thipsamai in Bangkok. And Roddeeded's Pad Thai didn't disappoint. The Larb Moo salad reminds me of the Larb we ate in Luang Prabang. Larb is apparently both a Thai and a Laosian food. And I don't need to rave about the Green Chicken Curry. You need to taste it for yourself. If you're not into spicy food, you can choose "Manila style" when you order. I chose "Bangkok style" because we like it spicy.

We ordered for delivery through You can order up to 7 days in advance, and select the dispatch time from 11am to 8pm. Payment online is via card (mastercard or visa), GCash or Grab pay. They were efficient and on time when they delivered the food and quality was maintained. Alternatively, you can also order via Facebook messenger.

Facebook page: Roddeeded Philippines
Location: 126 Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City (by the Sparta Sports Complex Food Hub)
Contact No. 09496734702
Open from 11:00 AM-8:30 PM


This Thai street food dish is primarily made with small pieces of cooked chicken, eggs, rice noodles and an assortment of veggies and seasonings then it's all tossed in a sweet and savory sauce. (from the menu)
Price: 286 pesos
Good for 2


Tender chicken simmered in creamy Thai Green Curry (RDD Curry) is the ultimate hot dish. Fragrant, rich and a bit spicy, a one-pot superstar. (from the menu)
Price: 276 pesos


Made with minced pork, one of the most popular Thai street food. Combination of minced pork, lime juice, chili flakes, herbs and special RDD sauce which give a distinct taste. (from the menu)
Price: 297 pesos