Danish Christmas Dinner | Stable Lodge, Bangkok


My favorite time of the year has finally come! Although it doesn’t feel like Christmas being sweaty and all everyday, there are many places you can still feel the holiday spirits in Bangkok. Not only you can enjoy this holiday season visually with festive Christmas lights in town, but also sensuously having delicious Christmas feast with your folks, even if you are far away from home.


My friends and I went to the Stable Lodge, a Scandinavian restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 8 in Bangkok, in the beginning of December. Some of my friends from Denmark planed a Christmas Dinner Party together and about 20 of us gathered in this restaurant. When we went inside, the buffet plates were prepared on the table and they were ready to be served. I was so excited with all the food, because I had never had danish food or even Scandinavian food before.


Every one put a reindeer headband prepared on the table, now it’s time to start a feast. A glass of Chang beer on one hand (Yes, it was Thai beer.), we began to eat. I had some bread, meat, seafood, and many different kinds of fish cooked in a various ways. I put all of them on a slice of bread, and placed it in my mouth. Some of the food was salty, and the others taste differently. Savoring the combination of those in my mouth, I was satisfied at the end.


While enjoying our food, we exchanged Christmas presents and played some games. Listening to the Christmas music, we also enjoyed chatting and sharing our great memories of the year. Overall, I really enjoyed the time there. It was one of the most memorable holiday seasons of all. I already can’t wait for the next year! xD


Where we ate:Stable Lodge (Google Maps)

6 thoughts on “Danish Christmas Dinner | Stable Lodge, Bangkok

  1. Interesting meal-thanks for posting. I love seeing and reading about other countries and what they eat. I don’t recognize some of the food on the Christmas plate. Of course I know what the shrimp, smoked salmon, bread, cracker, some type of sliced roast beef? and hard boiled egg are, but what is on the rest of the plate? What is the green sauce?

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  2. I enjoyed your post and the pictures helped us to imagine the table setting and food. Why no picture of you in your headband? Don’t be bashful 🙂 In these situations sometimes the restaurant can provide the names of the dishes or at least of your favorite, just as a suggestion. I hope someday to visit Thailand but hope most of my visit will be out of the busy city as I think I will get a better understanding of the country in a less congested part of their country. I have heard many times that the Thai people are very warm and kind. The ones I have met in Canada are that way. Have a wonderful day.

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