We were going home from the Nick Vujicic show last night and we felt hungry and needed to snack. Although the stalls that sold food near the stadium were still open, we kept walking hoping to find some more eating places that would still be open at 11 in the evening. We found this place that has mats on the sidewalk, with little tables and they served toasted bread with coffee, tea and even milk for the kids.
We thought it was so cute! We have not eaten on the sidewalk before. I mean we did, but with the usual tables and chairs. Honestly, we felt like beggars sitting on the sidewalk, except that we had mats and little tables! LOL! Gotta love Bangkok!
This is how it looks like. During the day, this is just a normal sidewalk with nothing but passersby.
This is how they toast the bread.
We ordered bread with banana and condensed milk– you can see the lady is slicing our banana right there.
They also serve hot tea with this cute teapots.
You might be wondering how a toasted bread would look like with bananas and condensed milk.. so here you go! And oh, they have those choco syrup that goes with it, too. Delish!
Hubby got hot coffee, I ordered milk tea while the kids had iced milk. We also ordered french fries, but they were gone before I could even take a photo!
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Jeffer’s Grill is one of the popular restaurants in malls especially for those who love Western dishes. Thai food is great but if you have to eat them everyday in Thailand, you can’t help but crave for burger or pizza once in a while.
Burger with fries
Spinach with macaroni and cheese
Veggie salad with dressing
It was indeed a sumptuous dinner, but I really forgot to take down the individual prices for each dish. I do remember paying around 10.50 USD for this whole meal.
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