Tuesday, 6 January 2009

Halal steak in Bangkok : Abdul Rahman Steak


The cafe

Tenderloin steak


Sirloin steak
On last sunday, Din brought us to have breakfast at the Yan Hee International Hospital Cafeteria, which is about 10 minutes from our place (near Rama VII bridge). Initially we wanted to have chicken rice at our fav chicken rice shop near Kasemrad Hospital but it was closed. There were 2 muslim vendors at the cafe: one selling western food and various fried rice, while the other selling khao mok khai (Thai briyani ).
We ordered creamy mushroom soup, sirloin steak, tenderloin steak and shrimp fried rice.
If you'd like to try the steak, take the Ratchadapisek Road and drive across the Rama VII Bridge. It's on the left side not far from the junction to Bang O mosque. The address is as follows:

Yanhee International Hospital
454 Charasanitwong Road ,
Bang-O,
Bangkok 10700 Thailand
p.s.: Yan Hee International Hospital is internationally accredited and well known for its innovation in beauty and cosmetic treatment.

6 comments:

business-ideas said...

Hmm...nice to get to know where to take Halal food in Thailand from your blog!

LYNN said...

Well, that's one of the reasons why I started this blog; to document and share my recipes with others,expose Halal food available in Thailand to the world and to share info.
Most people know that there are lots of halal food on the Arab Street (Soi Nana, Sukhumvit Soi 3, Bangkok)but are not aware there are other places besides along this street. I hope that the info from my blog will be able to assist those who would like to have Halal food while holidaying in Bangkok/Thailand.

LYNN said...

Thank you for visiting my blog.

Ghazali Lateh said...

I'm looking forward to visit Bangkok some day, but I dont know when. Keep up your good work Lynn.

Azlina said...

Dear Lynn,
Whereabouts is this Thung Kru market that you have featured in your blog? I am new in Bangkok having moved from Jakarta several months ago. Keep up the good work.

LYNN said...

Hi Azlina,
Thanks for visiting my blog. The market is on Pracha Uthit Road, Soi 65. It's connected to Suksawat Road across River Chao Phraya.