• Nepal
  • LY Tomato Orchard – Nepal

    What can I say – #sweet and #yucky stuff (because of the sweetness, yes). You can’t really see that from the photo but the packaging has so many errors/typos… That’s just sad (and very typical). Rating: 3/10. Made in #Nepal. #tomato #chips #crisps #potatochips #orchard #pokhara

  • UAE
  • Green Green Peas Snack – UAE

    What an #interesting looking product… Very #boring, flavor-wise. I only had one or two of the #chips. Please add more #salt or any other #spices! Rating: 3/10. Btw, the #crisps are actually made of #peas (and #flour, and other shit). Bought in #Dubai, #UAE. Made in #Philippines. #asian #junkfood #snack #greenpeassnack #greenpeas

  • Thailand
  • Lay’s Thailand – Which Ones Are The Best?


    I have reviewed some of the Lay’s Thailand chips in the past – both on the website and my Instagram account. Traveling in Asia helped me get my hands on even more flavors.

    They have some international flavors like English, Mexican and Italian. More surprisingly than not, these are probably the best flavors they currently have to offer.

    The Mexican ones (Mexican BBQ?) have a lot of flavor and are very nicely spiced – not too much, not too little. Rating: 8/10.

    The Salmon & Cream Cheese flavor is OK, but not fishy/salmony enough – I was hoping for something more shocking. These definitely left me a little disappointed. Still pretty tasty though. Rating: 7/10.

    Italian Supreme cheese flavor isn’t so supreme. I had mixed feelings, actually. The cheese flavor is good, but not strong enough. Rating: 7/10.

    Thai Fried Larb flavor not just sounds, but is pretty fascinating. Larb Tod is a ‘traditional Thai meatball made from either chicken or pork with Thai seasonings’. Meaty and very Thai. Rating: 7.5/10.

    Hot Chili Squid flavor tastes better on krinkle cut Lay’s. Sadly, still nothing particularly interesting. Rating: 5/10.

    Scallops with Garlic Butter chips do actually taste that! That’s a simple and awesome combination. Well done. Rating: 8/10.

    Hot Chili Squid tastes like cardboard on a Pringle-like chip. Sorry. Rating: 3/10.

    The last ones have a very familiar, meaty (kebab?) flavor. Salty and very well balanced. Rating: 8/10.

    Purchased in Siem Reap, Cambodia.