A small family-run resort owned by a burly and friendly British man, QG Resort (2*) in Bangkok, Thailand has been given lots of thumbs up online by many customers. Providing a free transfer to and from Suvarnabhumi Airport, it's no doubt a comfortable place to catch a good sleep, especially so when one is transiting.
For breakfast, my BFF and I decided to try two dishes from the main menu. Pika's advice: Should you wish to try the hotel's Thai Breakfast, consisting of porridge with pork and a cup of coffee or tea, do note that you have to pre-order it the night before.
Pad Ga-Prao THB 130.00 (~S$5.00)
The rice dish accompanied with minced pork with holy basil and egg wasn't new to me, but I have to say that the one I had there really differed from the ones I've tried here in Singapore, which tend to be drier. The hotel's version was really moist and superbly fragrant, not to mention that it was really spicy as well. The minced pork was so fresh that it was enjoyably springy.
Pad Thai THB 150.00 (~S$5.80)
The quintessential Thai noodle dish was delectable as well, but I felt that it could be better if it were to have more wok hei (lit. breath of the wok), or the complex smoky taste and aroma. It featured ingredients including, but not limited to chicken, beancurd, eggs, beansprouts, chives and crushed peanuts, culminating in sweet and savoury flavours that tantalised the taste buds.
The watermelon slices, which were provided gratis, were perfectly sweet and juicy.
Given the opportunity in the future, I'd certainly love to stay there again.
I took a walk near the resort and randomly snapped the picture of a fishery as shown above.
Pikachu and Melon really enjoyed their stay in the huge and comfortable room. :)
85/5 Prachakorn Road Soi 38
(Daily: 7.00am onwards)
*Prices quoted are nett prices.
Have a nice meal,