Explore amazing Thai cuisine

There are so many reasons to choose Thailand as an ideal destination to visit. Besides breathtaking landscapes, this country attracts tourists by its amazing cuisine. Below are stunning dishes that you should not miss in Thailand.

Pork Stew

Along Samran Rat Road, you can see a small restaurant Tee Yen-Ta-4 where you can eat pork-tofu, fish and pork stew. People say that a delicious dish is that the food is still tasty even when you’re full. This dish is about 40 baths. It’s not eye-catching but the taste is very rich with stewed water, and the sauce is mixed with green peppers so you cannot stop eating.

Address: Bamrungmuamg Road, Wang Burapha Phirom.

Pad Thai

During World War II, Prime Minister P.Pulsulsongkram ran a campaign for his people to “use Thai product, eat Thai food”. Pad Thai was made from local ingredients then became a traditional food of the country. Thip Samai Pad Thai sold the first Pad Thai in 1966 on the pavement of Maha Chai Road. This restaurant sells the best Pad Thai in Bangkok. The price is about 70 baths.

Address: Samran Rat, Phra Nakhon Bangkok

Papaya Salad

After one day travelling, you can come to Somtam Nua to have a nice dinner. The menu of Sontam is main dishes from Northeast Thailand, so it is much influenced by Laos cuisine. The most famous food here is Sontam which is made from green papaya and dried shrimp. The price of this dish is about 59 baths. Another dish that you should try here is fried chicken with the price of 98 baths.

Address: 92/14 Soi Siam Square 5, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok

Papaya salad (via foodandwine)

Mango Sticky Rice

Opposite the pad thai restaurant above is the mango sticky rice restaurant- one of the best places for mango sticky rice in Bangkok. If you are lucky, you can enjoy durian there.

Fish Sauce Soup

If you get bored with food in the hotel, let’s go to City Hall area where you can find fish sauce soup. The restaurant’s name is Mit Pochana. It means where to gather friends. This restaurant also serves chicken soup and raw blood. The price of fish sauce soup is about 50 baths.

Address: Thanon Mahanop, opens from 7 am to 2 pm.

Wonton Noodles

Along Sukhumvit Soi 38, you will see semi-owned two-car noodles that have been around for nearly 40 years. These noodles are processed according to their private recipes.The soup is made from beetroots and pork fat. There are 3 different prices ranging from 40-50-60 bath per bowl, depending on your preference.

Char Sie Bun

Coming to No. 12 Yong Seng you will find hot dumplings with many different types. With only 54 baths, you will have a set of cake to enjoy.

Roast Duck

Opposite to City Hall is a 65-year-old traditional duck meat shop named Tian Song Paed Yang, which looks pretty old. The restaurant is also the largest duck meat restaurant in Bangkok. The price of the dish is about 50 baths.

Roast duck (via mygourmetconnection)

Salt Grilled Fish

The road between Central World and Platinum shopping centre has numerous Sali grilled fish court.  Fish is marinated with a layer of salt and then grilled. We only eat the cooked meat inside.

Kway Chap

If you drop by Baan Silapin Artist’s House, you can find a restaurant selling the best Kway Chap Thai – a type of noodle with roast pork. This dish is quite popular in Thailand and Singapore.

Address: Thanon Ratchadamri

Street food

Thailand’s cuisine is one of culture where Thai people show a harmonious combination of spices, herbs and fresh food, as well as expressing intimacy among all.

Jaeng Lon (Fish meatball): This dish is not grilled as normal. Fish is cooked with curry and lemon leaf.

Coconut pancake (kanom jak): The cake is made from glutinous rice, coconut and palm sugar, then wrapped in thyme and grilled.

Crab hotdogs: This Chinese dish is sold in every market in Thailand, but the most famous one is in Chonburi. Crab is wrapped in tofu then grilled.  Others also have minced pork meat.

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