David is a British writer currently residing in Bangkok. He writes for a wide range of UK magazines and newspapers and is a prolific travel journalist.

 
 
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David is a British writer currently residing in Bangkok. He writes for a wide range of UK magazines and newspapers and is a prolific travel journalist.

 

EXPERIENCE

David has been published in Tatler, Condé Nast Traveller, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Metro, PortFood and Travel, Escapism, Civilian Global, Waitrose Food and Jamie Oliver magazine - among others. He is the Food Editor for Bangkok 101, writing monthly food features, restaurant reviews and interviews with chefs.

 

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His travel writing regularly details his immersive experiences, during which he often travels alone, journeying through unfamiliar territory. Writing across a variety of subjects and countries, David has published stories on the rise of botox and cosmetic surgery in Beirut; interviewing the residents of Las Vegas and those inhabitants who call "Sin City" home; competed in sports against the indigenous tribes of Tahiti and French Polynesia; dived for pearls in Bora Bora; sailed against world-class opposition in La Route des Princes; cycled in the Tour de France; travelled along the Gambian River through Gambia and Senegal; taken on the skilled youths of Capoeira in Brazil and re-traced the footsteps of Bruce Chatwin in exploring Patagonia.

 
 

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Inside, a stone pathway leads you away from the city hustle and through a glass door. The design is stark with only the essentials installed – think MUJI meets canteen minimalism.
— David J Constable on Mihara Tofuten Bangkok
The “toast” is a rich and buttery sandwich, small but plentiful, like a Swedish interpretation of the croque monsieur, except better and more artery-damaging. It’s a sort of nostalgic nod to the meals I’d make as a student when toast and cheese would feature heavily.
— David J Constable on Frantzén
 
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