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    Bangkok | Extreme Thai Street Food

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    Bangkok | Streetfood Stalls in Saphan Kwai


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        Bangkok | Hidden Street Food Stalls


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          Michelin Star Streetfood in Chinatown


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            Giant River Prawns @ Ann Thadindaeng

            Today I headed to the old Thonburi side of Bangkok (near Icon Siam) to sample some of the freshest seafood on offer on one of the best Thai street food streets in Bangkok - Tha Din Daeng. I want to help you find authentic Thai street food wherever you are staying in Bangkok by giving you these little DIY food tours in every area of the city. A lot of people have been asking me to eat giant grilled river prawns but I found something even better...giant confit river prawns at a place called Ann Thadindaeng. Ann Thadindaeng serves up incredibly fresh seafood in a simple airconditioned restaurant and she reminds me of a younger Jai Fai - she's even got her own pair of big glasses! She has been cooking ion this street for 17 years, with the last six being in the restaurant and the 11 before that on the street. The prices are certainly reminiscent of Jai Fai, I paid 600 THB for the one Kung Mae Nam (giant confit river prawn) and 400 THB for the Pu Pad Prik Klua (crab with chilli and salt). There are much cheaper items on the menu that I would order next time like the Tom Yum Koong - 200 THB, the Stir fried clams - 150 THB and the Pad Kaprao Koong - 250 THB I would say come here with a group and share some dishes. The bottom line is it's extremely well cooked fresh seafood cooked with love but it is expensive. I would definitely come again myself.


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              Best Street Food @ Central World Square

              Located outside of Central World shopping center in Bangkok, Thailand Many Thai Stalls! Lobsters, meat skewers, thai pad and much more food to try!


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                Bangkok | Old Town Thai and Streetfood

                The old town of Bangkok (Rattanakosin) to sample four tourist-friendly (but still authentic) Thai street food dishes in one area. I want to help you find authentic Thai street food wherever you are staying in Bangkok by giving you these little DIY food tours in every area of the city. I had Rad Na Talay (gravy noodles with seafood) and Pad See Ew (wide rice noodles with soy sauce) at Rat Na Yot Phak 40 Years, Kuay Teow Sukhothai (spicy and sour soup) at Ta Chai Sukhothai Noodles and Ice Cream Nga Dum (sesame ice cream) at Natthaphon Coconut Ice Cream Bangkok's Chinatown can be a bit overwhelming if it's your first time in Bangkok as it's so big, so I thought I'd do some videos to help break it down into sections so you can get some awesome street food wherever you go. Prices: Rad Na and Pad See Ew - 145 THB (£3.15 / $4.35) Kuay Teow Sukhothai - 50 THB (£1.10 / $1.50) Ice Cream x 2 - 80 THB (£1.74 / $2.40)
                Last edited by Ratatouille; 03-11-2022, 08:26 AM.


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                  Bangkok | Streetfood @ Sukhumvit Shopping Mall


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                    Bangkok | $10.00 Street Food Challenge


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                      Bangkok | The Streetfood Heaven


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                        Bangkok Hot Streetfood


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                          Bangkok | Chinatown Streetfood Tour

                          Kuay Jab (ก๋วยจั๊บ) Location: Tu Kway Chap ก๋วยจั๊บเฮียตุ๊ แปลงนาม สูตร100ปี ( - This place is really old school, tucked within a market and they only open a few days per week for breakfast. That being said there are some legendary kuay jab street food stalls on the main Yaowarat road during the evening. Price - 50 THB ($1.43) per bowl

                          Yellow Curry (แกงกะหรี่) Location: Khao Gaeng Hia Hee (ร้านข้าวแกงคลองถม (เฮียฮี้) ( - This Thai Chinese curry hotspot specializes in rice and curry and especially a yellow with beef tendon boiled for six hours. Price - 50 THB ($1.43) per plate Thailand | S.E. Asia News

                          Fishball Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลูกชิ้นปลา) Location: Jeng Kung Fish Ball Noodle (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลูกชิ้นปลาเจงคุง) ( - One of the many popular noodles of Bangkok’s Chinatown is fishball noodles and this is one of the best places to try it. Price - 60 THB per bowl

                          Oyster Omelet (หอยทอด) Location: Wang Hoy Tod (เว้งหอยทอด) ( - Talk about a food legend, he’s been cooking Thai Chinese fried oyster omelettes for over 60 years! Price: 60 THB ($1.72) per plate

                          Roast Suckling Pig (หมูหัน) Location: Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant (ภัตตาคารตั้งใจอยู่) ( - Finally to complete this Yaowarat tour, we’re going to Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant (ภัตตาคารตั้งใจอยู่), a restaurant that’s been open for over 100 years and specializes in Teochow food, known for their extremely crispy roast suckling pig! Price: 4,040 THB ($115.69) for everything​


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                            Bangkok | Streetfood @ Wang Lang Market