In Asia, there’s a popular saying that goes, “You can eat everything in one bite.”
That’s the rule at Thai bakeries, and it’s one of the things that makes them so popular.
As one of Asia’s most popular bakeries with about 300 outlets across the country, the Bana Thai Bakeshop is also one of its most popular restaurants.
Its signature dessert is the sweet and salty Thai-style cha cha bun.
The buns are topped with crunchy sweet corn, and you can try their famous Thai coconut chicken with coconut cream, coconut milk and coconut butter, or their famous curry-based desserts with coconut milk, lime, curry powder and curry paste.
Bana’s signature dish, Cha Cha Bun, is also served with a Thai rice wine and is one of their most popular desserts.
You can get Cha Cha Buns at all of Bana Thailand’s Thai restaurants and at all the Boon Boon stores in Thailand.
Boon, or boon, is a Thai word for sweet.
You’ll often find the word boon in Bana restaurants, where they use a combination of sweet and savory ingredients.
The word means “blessed,” but there’s also a special meaning to it that can be described as “wonderful.”
“I think it’s more of a feeling,” said the Banas owner and cook, Heng Pongsiram.
“It’s not about being happy with your food.
It’s more about the experience.”
One of Banas most popular dishes, the Thai coconut curry, uses a combination in coconut milk with lime, coconut cream and coconut milk.
Bao, or baked rice, is another popular dessert.
It is served with rice, coconut butter and sweet corn and is made with rice flour, coconut oil and sugar.
The Bao Boon is also a popular Thai dish, and many Bana outlets have a large dessert stand, where customers can order the dish.
“We’ve been around for many years,” Heng said.
“I don’t think it will be long before we are the number one Thai bakery in the country.”