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Bangkok Eating in the streets

There is about 50,000 places to eat in Bangkok and a good meal should not cost more than 300B.

The street food is great and there are stands basically everywhere. There are especially plenty of budget restaurants in Khao San Road.

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What to eat:

  • Satay with sauce.
  • Pad Thai. stir-fried rice noodles with eggs, fish sauce, tamarind juice and red chilli pepper
  • Thom Yam Kung a sour soup with prawns, lemongrass and galangal — beware, as it is very spicy!
  • Kanom rooti (sweets)
  • Bugs (!?)  yes, insects. They are deep fried, nutritious and quite tasty with the soy sauce that is sprayed on them.
  • The place to go to for Chinese food is Yaowarat.
  • Isaan food (from the northeast of Thailand) is a backpacker favorite; generally street restaurants serve on plenty of small plates that can be shared. Order some khao niew (sticky rice), kai yang (grilled chicken) and moo yang (grilled pork). Isaan food is very spicy; say mai pet or pet nit noy to tone it down.
  • Southern Thai cuisine is also worth it; many of them have congregated around Wang Lang in Thonburi. At least try the massaman curry (แกงมัสมั่น), it’s delicious.
  • Soi Phadung Dao is the best street for huge seafood restaurants. Try 1 kg of huge barbecued prawns for about 300 baht.
  • Som tam is a salad made from shredded and pounded raw papaya. It is spicy, but oh so delicious.

Basic rule is to go where the locals go.

Links; Wikitravel, Aftonbladet Travelguide Bangkok, Svd about Food Markets (in Swedish) , Sydsvenskan

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  1. Tom Yam Kung säger Sonja.

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  2. zerodtkjoe

     /  oktober 20, 2010

    Thanks for the info

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