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Dinner at Maple


Shangri-La Plaza is one of my favorite malls. It has most of my my favorite brands, has a good cinema and (most importantly) it has a lot of restaurants. For Shang regulars, the newly constructed East Wing is shortly becoming the go-to when it comes to food and drinks. When you cross the short hall separating the West Wing from the East Wing, it’s like being transported to a totally different mall. The East Wing has slowly turned into a crossover of The Podium and Greenbelt. It hasn’t been long since it opened but it already boasts of a great selection of dining establishments: TWG, Ikkoryu Fukuoka, CBTL 26th Bistro, Gelatissimo, Johnny Rockets, Spätzle, and many others. Last night, we decided to eat dinner at Maple.

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Yesterday, we ate lunch at this New York-inspired restaurant at The Podium. I suppose the name Borough was meant to pay homage to five boroughs of New York City. I’ve never been to New York so I don’t know how restaurants there look like but the interior design of the place reminded me of the New York lofts I often see in Hollywood films.

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Cabbages and Condoms

Cabbages & Condoms, don’t let the naughty name fool you. This place is far from scandalous. On the contrary, it’s the name of this very decent restaurant we went to during one of our nights in Thailand.

Hidden in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit area lies the Cabbages & Condoms Restaurant. It’s one of Bangkok’s hidden tourist destinations if you’re after themed restos (and really good food). If you happen to visit BKK, this is definitely one place you shouldn’t miss.

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