Your visit to Bangkok would be void if you’ve missed savouring its scrumptious food or sit on a street-side to eat some its mouthwatering delicacies. Read on some of the best street food Bangkok has to offer!
As the most globally recognizable Thai dish in the cannon, a plate of piping hot Pad Thai from a street stall is the ideal lunch option for many a visitor touring the Thai capital. Available through vendors in nearly every food market and popular street food hub in the city, the stir-fried rice or noodle dish is a wholesome meal that is perfect for any meal.
“A fresh fish soup”
Travellers who would like to savour a porridge made from pomfret fish, fish maw, and fresh oyster should definitely try out a bowl of Khao Tom Pla Kimpo. The tenderness of the fish is so impressive that you’ll feel like visiting Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla often. This place serves generous portions of quality seafood and spicy salads.
Fried rice fans travelling along the streets of Bangkok should not miss a stall selling Kao Pad. This dish is made using fish sauce, soy sauce, and vegetables including carrots and tomatoes. Although you may have sampled Kao Pad at many restaurants in Bangkok including the dining venues at Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok, tasting this dish in the streets of Bangkok is a must for all Thai food lovers.
Ko Boo Rod Zing Noodle
For those who love to savour a bowl of spicy noodles, the Ko Boo Rod Zing Noodle is the best dish to try out. Know the meaning and start eating the dish because when translated it gives the meaning, “Super-Hot that Makes You Jump”!
Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.