The streets of Bangkok are alluring in many aspects, but, it’s the aroma of what’s cooking that is the strongest charm that gets your feet taking you to the places where the heavenly food is being prepared! For the stereotypical Bangkok experience, trying out street food is an absolute must! Here are some tips to help you out.
Most of the stalls in the streets of Bangkok are specialized in a particular type of food. So, how will you find out? Well, that’s simple, just observe the ingredients been used (this is easy as cooking is done out in the open). You will see sellers grilling on skewers, stir-frying in large woks and boiling noodles in pans. Most of the sellers are fairly versed in basic English, however, try to get familiar with the Thai names of the dishes you would want to try just in case!
Selecting the right noodle
Did you know that there are various types of noodles? There are flat noodles (Sen Yai), vermicelli (Sen Mii) and glass noodles (Woon Sen). Apart from this, there are various noodle delicacies too! Be it chicken, duck, pork or egg noodles, you are guaranteed to find it all and much more right here in Bangkok! What’s more, you can decide whether you would like to have your noodles either dry or in a soup.
China Town is definitely the place to visit if the sense of adventure has sparked your taste buds during your vacation in Bangkok! You will come across various interesting cuisine here, for example, barbequed seafood, oyster omelettes, noodle dishes and even ice cream and other sweet Thai-Chinese treats that will provide nothing less than pure bliss and satisfaction once tried! If you are staying over at Chatrium Hotels & Residences, hop a taxi and get here during your evenings.
Explore Thai street food like never before in this amazing ancient town in Bangkok! The food found here are dishes prepared with a touch of Thai added to Chinese, Indian and western food! It is one of the most popular street food tour routes among tourists. Enjoy delightful treats like pork rice dumplings, roast duck and rice porridge. After all, it won’t hurt to stray from your Bangkok 5-star hotel food and indulge in Thai bites with a twist!
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