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What / Where I Ate in Bangkok, Thailand - THE MANHATTAN FISH MARKET

Well, our choice of lunch for Day 4 in Bangkok last October 2014, was something American. When in Thailand, you can eat anything you crave for, not to mention having to taste authentic Thai recipes.  After strolling Siam Square and CentralWorld again, we went to look around for a restaurant to eat.  

We ended our search at the THE MANHATTAN FISH MARKET, a native American restaurant.

The photos below were the food that we ordered and ate. Let's start with the soup - the clam chowder was my choice.

 Next, would be the starters: (1) Fried Country Mushroom, want some? Unexpectedly yummy!

 The second starter: crispy and delectable Fried Calamari.

 We ordered fish and it's called the Mediterranean Baked Fish.

My forever travel buddy and I always love to eat fish and chips, and we gave a thumbs up to this Manhattan Fish n' Chips.
 For our drinks, we opted for the Old-Fashioned Lemonade.

This particular branch of The Manhattan Fish Market is located at the 7th floor 1,4-1-2, 4 Beacon Zone of the Central World Plaza, Rajdamri Road Bangkok, Thailand 10330.
Restaurant opens daily from 10:00 a.m.- 10:00 p.m.

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Business Hours: 10am - 10pm


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