Say It Like You Eat It: Noom

“Even before you order Thai food, you have to know how Thai people eat their food. Thai food needs to be shared. A lot of foreigners just look for the restaurant that is recommended by the guidebook, but in that restaurant there are no Thai people eating there at all. But the westerner or the traveller doesn’t realize why Thai people go to that restaurant; if they go there it means it must have something. There must be a reason for Thai people to go there, but they don’t follow what they see. I think that is the only way for experiencing something really, really local”

[Noom, Thailand, told on May 25 2016, in Bangkok, Thailand]


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