We were treated to a Thai BBQ; a big brazier on the table, a chunk of suet to flavour the broth, marinated pork, and noodles. The Asian equivalent to raclette, perhaps. A great do-it-yourself dinner shared with great friends.
We’d been wanting to try this variety of Asian BBQ for a while, since we saw it first during our time in Rayong/Tapong. This one was as authentic as it gets.
“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other.” – Hemingway