15 best street food stalls in Bangkok Thailand
Posted by poonam sharma on October 15th, 2019
The best way for any traveller to understand the true essence of a vacation destination is by having a taste of their traditional cuisine. Moreover, when travelling to Bangkok, Thailand, then you must know that you are in for a delicious ride. Whether you wish to eat like a local, eat where locals east or have a meal with a home-cooked taste, Bangkok’s street food has it all for you.
Having a taste of Bangkok’s street food will also give you a taste of the place’s culinary heritage because the authenticity of the food remains intact till date. Those who are curious about where to go in order to taste the best street food, then we have prepared the perfect Thailand street food guide for you. Have a look!
1. ThipSamai Pad Thai
This Michelin rated street stall has been serving some of the best Pad Thai in the citysince 1966. Those who taste its ‘Superb Pad Thai’ once, are said to get addicted to its taste. You can easily identify the place due to it never ending, almost permanent queue.
2. Raan Jay Fai
This is one of the priciest street stalls that you may find in Phra Nakhon serving dozens of delicious food options out of which drunken noodles and crab omelette are the most famous and earned the joint its Michelin star. However, remember that the place doesn’t take reservations.
3. Hoi Tod ChawLae
This is humble eatery where quality of food is given high importance and is also featured on several travel and food shows. They are known for selling two dishes including classic Pad Thai and a Singapore styled oyster omelette. This is an air - conditioned dining space, which is very easy to find.
4. Pachak Pet Yang
For eating the best Cantonese style duck in Bangkok, you must head to Prachak Pet Yang in Bang Rak. The waterfowl is stuffed with high quality herbs and spices, slow cooked and then served soft and slightly crunchy. There are many other noodle items on the menu as well.
5. Nai Mong Hoi Tod
Nai Mong Hoi Tod is a local street food which recently scored the Bib Gourmand listing by the Bangkok Michelin Guide. Known for serving their customers with fried oyster or mussel egg crepes, this place is surely a must try for all the foodies out there.
6. Som Tam Jay So
Located down in a quite side street of Bangkok’s Silom business district, for tastingsom tam which is one of the best street foods in Bangkok 2020you must head here soon. They serve this Isaan dish with an addictive combination of fruit, chilis, sugar, garlic and fish sauce.
7. DaengRacha Hoi Tod
This is a 24 - hour food stall which is nothing short of a paradise for food lovers. Running from over 100 years, the stall is famous for its delicious meals, reasonable prices and unique Hoi Tod dish. The recipe for this dish has been passed down through generations in the family.
8. Taling Chan Floating Market
This is one of the most gorgeous markets of Thailand where you are welcomed with a site of green plants, colourful flowers and a lingering fragrance of fried fish. There is also a narrow river which is packed with traditional longboats which serve a vast variety of seafood including grilled octopus, prawns, fish, shrimp and lot more.
9. Thong Sai E – Sarn Food
Serving food made up of only fresh ingredients, this unassuming street stall is one of the most revered spots in the town for relishing the best Isaan dishes. The few must try dishes include som tam, muudaetdiao, plaNim pao, dried deep – fried pork and the salt – crusted fish.
10. Wang Lang Market
On visiting this market, you will discover of plethora of delicious street food. It is difficult to choose what to eat from vast variety of food options inclidingsom tam, grilled sausage, pandankuehs, sweet pancakes, teriyarki pork, papaya salad, skewered meats or coconut milk jelly desserts.
P’Aor is known to serve its classic speciality in a variety of portions and the best part is that its intense, creamy and flavoured broth is rare to find among other food stalls of Bangkok. The noodle soup here with a variety of addition options is also worth a try.
12. Mae Varie Fruit Shop
The place is famous for serving the best mango sticky rice in whole Bangkok. The mangos here are sweet and fresh, while the rice is also mixed with high quality coconut milk. There are three types of rice served, all naturally dyed in different colours and flavour.
13. Nang Loeng Market
This is a street food market which is known to be over a century old and serves a number of mind - boggling food options. The dishes here vary from spicy curries, fresh salads, traditional sweets to Thai sausage, sticky rice and pork puns.
14. Jae Aun Bua Loy Nam Khing
Known to be serving bualoynamkhing for over 20 years, this food stall is located on the corner of a busy Chinatown intersection. The shop opens after 7 pm and is crowded since then. So, prepare yourself to survive through a long queue to satisfy your food cravings.
15. Go Ang Kao Mun Gai Pratunam
Those who are in for relishing some simple and savoury Thai style chicken rice or Khao Man Gai, are welcomed to this amazing food stall. The simplicity and delicious flavours of the dishes will capture your heart in the first bite.
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