– [Narrator] To cook a good dish, you need a few things. Good ingredients, sharp knives, and time. Here in this restaurant, they have a stew, which has been cooking for, well, a really, really, really, really, really long time. (lively music) This isn’t your normal Bangkok bistro. They have been serving the same beef stew for nearly five decades. No, not the same recipe. Literally the same soup: same giant pan, same broth, same soup. Using an ancient cooking method known in some cultures as Hunter’s Stew, this award-winning broth becomes tastier the longer you cook it. Now, you might be asking, “What’s that ring around the pan?” Well, that is 45 years of broth spillover. Think of it as a tradition. And now the most
important part, the taste. Mm, mm, mm. Oh, this is delicious.