Mumbai, Jan. 12 -- I find that I eat more Thai food when I am abroad than here at home, and there are a couple of reasons for that. First, if I am travelling anywhere in the East, especially in Thailand, it infuriates me if someone offers me any food besides Thai. Similarly, when I am travelling in Europe or elsewhere in the West, I will explore and seek out the best food that that region has to offer. But I have to admit that by day five, my Indian palate is yearning for spice and curry. That's when I hold myself back from seeking out an Indian restaurant and instead head to a Thai place. I've eaten some of my best Thai food in London. From the small Two Point in Marylebone, to Tawana Thai at Westbourne Grove, to the unbelievably evolved K...