Had this for breakfast during my trip to Bangkok, Thailand. Their dough fritters (also known locally as yu tiao or yew char kway) is different from Singapore. Theirs are the smaller version and tasted just as nice as ours. You can eat them plain or dunk them in soya milk or coffee.
Could not resist taking photo of these lovely sushi when I went to Bangkok, Thailand. Could you believe it, they served them during breakfast. We had international buffet breakfast at Grand Diamond Hotel, Bangkok. The food there are marvellous. We enjoyed our stay in Bangkok, they are indeed a Land of Thousand Smile, the people are very friendly. Lovely place except that I do not like the traffice jam and the dusty road (lol).