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Stomach problems: I need to find a hotel with kitchen in the unit or good restaurant

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Hi guys,

I am coming to Bangkok to go to the hospital and hopefully take care of a stomach problem. 

The problem is, I'll be staying in a hotel, and need to eat very bland food. I have been eating nothing but chicken, broccoli and green vegetables, and rice for weeks. If I eat this, I don't get terrible stomach pain.

I need to find a relatively inexpensive hotel with a kitchen in the unit or a restaurant near Nana BTS that has food of a similar bland nature.

can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks.

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check the grand president on sukhumvit soi 11.  they have a deluxe suite with a full kitchen and it is less than 3,000thb/nt.  they have a restaurant, plus many more on soi 11, plus you can shop for food at foodland on soi 5. 

 

if you need cheaper, check agoda.com.  many low price rooms have a fridge and microwave if that will work for you as a kitchen.

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Stuff like you described you can basically cook in anything, microwave, rice cooker, heck even a coffee maker will do in a pinch:

 

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You need to look at serviced apartments, Rembrandt Towers on Soi 22 is one, Citadines is another and Somerset in Chidlom is a third.

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6 minutes ago, soistalker said:

My budget is $30 a night. And I don't see how I can cook chicken breast in a microwave.

You don't know how to cook chicken using a microwave?

 

 

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15 minutes ago, soistalker said:

My budget is $30 a night. And I don't see how I can cook chicken breast in a microwave.

You will not find a hotel room in Bangkok with a kitchen on your budget, unless you do a one month contract and even then you will be pushing your luck.

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Try CHECKIN PHROMPONG which is 2 stop from Nana BTS. Budget Bht 1000 with Agoda

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Try ordering cow mun gai on the street and at food stalls, white boiled rice and boiled chicken, hold the gravy perhaps which is more of a salty broth - about as bland as bland can be.

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Tints of Blue Hotel just down sukhumvit 27 near to asoke rd :thumbsup:

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41 minutes ago, soistalker said:

My budget is $30 a night. And I don't see how I can cook chicken breast in a microwave.

 

You put it in

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Best solution for you is to take (or buy if you don't have one) a small steamer. That will cook everything you need to the level you want it, and all you need is a hotel room with an outlet beefy enough to run a kettle. And steamers are great for cooking all sorts of stuff anyway, so if you have to buy one, it won't go to waste when you go home. We use ours all the time - it cooks broccoli to perfection. We also steam chicken breast sometimes, (although we eat it with a very spicy sauce), and it cooks that perfectly as well.

 

For example:

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Russell-Hobbs-21140-Three-Tier-9L-Food-Rice-Vegetable-Egg-Steamer-800W-/162215071163

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Your budget is $30 a night, and you're sick? You DEFINITELY shouldn't be in Thailand. I hope you have very good insurance.

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