5 Thai Foods You Have To Stop Eating On A Daily Basis

Thailand is one of the best places in the world to eat cheap and delicious food. But if you’re eating any of the 5 items listed in this article on a daily basis, you're seriously compromising your health and well-being.

Here are 5 foods that most expats living in Thailand eat everyday but don't know the health risk they are running.


1. Fried foods

Paleo Robbie cooks all Meal Plan dishes in organic coconut oil, tallow or clarified grass-fed butter, nothing else.  

After we finish cooking all the meals the chefs at Paleo Robbie throw away the butter and oil, because not only does reusing oil increase your chances of getting cancer, but also because all the nutrients are lost and what you're left with you simply don’t want to use anymore.


[Promotion] Sausages By The Accidental Butcher

This week at the Paleo Grocery we’re giving all customers a complimentary pack of Onion & Sage or Cape Grim Beef Sausages when they spend 2,500฿ or more.  

Both sausages are a gift from our friend The Accidental Butcher, considered by many as the most accredited butcher in Thailand.  

Onion & Sage - made from 100% free-range pork, each sausage is filled with onion, sage, herbs, salt, ground pepper and extra virgin olive oil.  

Cape Grim Beef - sausages is made pasture-fed Tasmanian beef, each cut of beef is hand selected before it is prepared into its casing.


Voucher code: OnionSage / GrimBeef



Each sausage contains 97% or more meat (no bread crumbs).

These are REAL, good ole fashioned sausages, not the poor imitation ones you often see at deli counters around Bangkok which make our heart sink.  

To get your hands these delicious bangers, simply enter the voucher code OnionSage or GrimBeef to get your complimentary pack of sausages:


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Min spend 2,500฿.

Paleo Meal Plan 10th-15th October


We have just updated this week’s meal plan, you can view our online menu by button below:


  • If you’re a new Paleo Robbie customer, use the voucher code FIRST TIME and receive 1 meal on the house if you order 6 or more as a new customer.

If you’ve never tried the Paleo Robbie Meal Plan before here’s a quick overview:


From Monday to Saturday we serve 4 new meals each day with a number of delicious and healthy side orders:





Simply visit our Meal Plan page, make your selections and we will deliver your meals the following week on the days you selected them.



Have a question? Ask us on Line at @PaleoRobbie.


Free-range turkey in stock at Paleo Robbie

We are glad to announce that we have gotten our hands on a very limited supply of free-range turkeys for this Thanksgiving at the Paleo Grocery.


Like all our meats, each turkey is completely free-range and free from growth hormones and antibiotics.


Our turkeys are sourced from a small local farm in the East of Thailand. By choosing free-range turkeys this Thanksgiving, not only do you receive a tastier product, but you also help support local farmers in Thailand.


The average size of each turkey is around 5kg which is enough to feed a family of 4.


Each turkey comes as whole and we also send you the liver, feet and other nutrient-rich organs separately (ideal for soups).


We only have a limited number of turkeys and are selling them on a first-come first serve basis. Our free-range turkeys are uncooked and can’t be found in supermarkets.


To buy our free-range turkeys visit our grocery while we still have stock:

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Receive a pack of 400g Chicken breast with your next order

This week only at the Paleo Grocery we are giving all customer a 400g pack of pasture-fed chicken breast (2pcs) with every order.


VOUCHER CODE: Chicken400

chicken breast


Our chicken breast is 100% pasture-fed, free of hormones and isn’t injected with water to increase its weight.


To get your hands on our impeccable chicken breasts (2pcs), simply enter the voucher code Chicken400 at checkout:

Offer Ends October 30th. T&C apply.

5 Sugary Drinks in Thailand to Avoid (And What to Replace Them With)


Thailand loves sugar and it is in just about everything… including your favourite drinks!


And they don’t just put in a little to add to the taste, often you can find as much as 20-70g of sugar or high fructose corn syrup (HFSC) per serving as you’re about to find out.



In this article we list sugary Thai drinks you should avoid and what to replace them with instead (don’t worry, our alternatives taste just as good or even better).

1. Fruit shakes

Your average fruit shake from a street vendor contains approximately 40-70g of sugar.