Chinatown Bangkok is probably the biggest Chinatown in the world!
Acts as the central hub for Chinese immigrants, thus bringing us a central hub for food, music and all kinds of commerce imported from China right here in Bangkok.
A nice place to get out a bit of Bangkok’s crazy filled city world. Suddenly we felt like being in a completely different city with a completely different atmosphere. Also packed, but gratefully filled by street markets and food stalls.
Based on the principles of Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery, which is to provide organic and local products to its customers. With this in mind, Pesca is indeed a market-to-table concept, offering a great selection of fresh products, carefully selected with the help of passionate fishermen, farmers, butchers and cheese artisans. From our amazing seafood, to our juicy steak and organic vegetables and not to mention a luxurious display of cheese and cold cuts. This united diversity opens doors for our talented and prized chefs allowing them to express their full creativity in the kitchen, taking you on a mouth-watering journey.
Moving to Bangkok now, after Lisbon and Berlin, another adventure awaits.
“Coimbra tem mais encanto na hora da despedida”
Famous words from a great Portuguese Fado “Balada da Despedida” (the goodbye hour), I would replace “Coimbra”, a beautiful city also, by my own “Lisboa”.
It’s been almost two years since we’ve been in Berlin already, when we were saying goodbye, for sure, Lisbon was at her most beautiful peak of beauty and perfection as we were already looking to Berlin, to a better life quality, to new adventures.
Two years passed, and now we’re moving to Bangkok! What started out as a simple joke in the form of: “This weather is getting into us, we should move to Thailand” quickly became our reality!