Top 5 Street Foods in Bangkok
In Bangkok, you can find street foods given Michelin stars to delectable meals starting at C$2. There are so many different flavors and spices to try that are guaranteed to make you want to come back for more!
1. Raan Jay Fai
📍 327 Mahachai Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
As seen on Netflix’s popular series Street Food, Raan Jay Fai is a Michelin rated street food restaurant that has been serving unique Thai dishes to locals and tourists. Jay Fai, the owner, personally cooks every single one of her customer’s orders. She is best known for her crab omelet with a crispy outside along with her take on other traditional Thai Dishes.
2. Pee Aor Tom Yum
📍 68/51 Soi Phetchburi 5, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Pee Aor Tom Yum is known for its famous Tom Yum soup. They offer 27 different versions of the Tom Yum that are served with the freshest (and biggest) seafood with noodles. The broth itself is the perfect balance of sweet, sour, and spicy that makes for the ideal Tom Yum soup. Their most famous Tom Yum bowl is served with a whole lobster, giant mussels, and jumbo prawns. The bowl can be shared with a friend, or enjoy it all to yourself!
3. Prachak Roasted Duck
📍 1415, Charoen Krung Road | Silom, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
It is no surprise that the most popular dish here is the roasted duck. In front of the food stall, you can see freshly roasted duck hanging outside. The skin of the duck is golden and crispy with meat so tender and juicy it falls off the bone. The duck itself is a stand-alone item but together with their sauce, it takes it to a whole new level. It is both rich and savory and is poured over the duck. You can order yourself a bowl with egg noodles or get yourself a bowl of rice to eat with the sauce.
4. Thip Samai Pad Thai
📍 313-315 Maha Chai Rd, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Serving Thai foods since 1966, Thip Samai’s Pad Thai has been passed down from generations. It is known as the best Pad Thai in Thailand rated by the Michelin star and approved by the Prime Minister himself. Many locals and tourists know to order the signature “Superb Pad Thai”. It is cooked over charcoal and mangrove wood that adds a level of depth and flavor unlike any other. You haven’t had Pad Thai unless you’ve been to Thip Samai.
5. Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam
📍 960-962 Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Much like the popular Hainanese chicken dish from Singapore, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam serves a simple and savory Thai-styled chicken and rice dish. The chicken melts in your mouth with an option for dark or white meat, served with flavorful rice infused with chicken broth. This food stall has been operating for over 50 years on the streets of Bangkok and has earned itself many awards since then. This classic dish is perfect if you want a break from all the spicy foods in Thailand and the best part is, it’s only $2!
This is just a small glimpse of Bangkok’s hundreds of delicious street foods. There are so many other flavorful and seemingly endless foods to try in other cities like Phuket and Chiang Mai. So take your next food adventure anywhere in Thailand!
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