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Victory Monument

3E6B3563Victory Monument is one of the major transport hubs. Plenty of food around. 

Victory Monument Thanon Phaya Thai Bangkok Thailand
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Suki Elvis

3E6B3728The dish Suki Haeng is basically Sukiyaki (hotpot) without broth. In other words not a soup anymore. And in this competition, the two resto´s Elvis Suki and Maverick Suki stands out in Bangkok. 200/37 Soi Yotse (also written Soi Yotsa or Yosse on some maps). See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

200/37 Soi Yotse Bangkok Thailand
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Nai Ek

3E6B4493It´s spicy, but not the way you think. No chili to be spotted in this delicious Kuay Jab. It´s white pepper, the crown of peppers. Small pieces of pork, including a piece or two of ribs and chunks of crispy pork belly. 442 Yaowarat Road. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

442 Yaowarat 9 Bangkok Thailand
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Pad Thai Fire Look

3E6B8027The cook in the corner of an alley in Sukhumvit Soi 38 is a bit of a legend as he won a pad thai contest arranged by Thai TV 3 some years ago. Great morning glory and good Pad Thai. Sukhumvit Soi 38 and the first little alley to the right. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

Sukhumvit Soi 38
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Joke 38

3E6B8472Joke 38 is rice porridge with a touch, with ginger, spring onions, mini Thai donuts, pork meat balls and an egg that comes with options. I prefer the fermented black egg (sai khai kem). Or a raw one (sai khai) that quickly gets cooked by the porridge. Sukhumvit Soi 38 on the right side after the first little alley. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

Soi Thong Lo Bangkok Thailand
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Jay Fai

3E6B0325Jay Fai is acclaimed by food critics. Long before that she was acclaimed by her local patriots who came regularly to appreciate the tasty and fresh seafood served. Today, the ordinary local working woman and lad has disappeared from the scene due to the prices. It's delicious but it's expensive in Thai terms. 327 Mahachai Rd. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

327 Maha Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Petchaburi Soi 5

3E6B8505Hidden between the modern shopping area of Siam and Victory Monument, in the Phaya Thai neighborhood, you find Petchaburi Soi 5 where a street food feast will be waiting for you. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

Soi Rang Nam Bangkok Thailand
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Silom Soi 20

3E6B8872Silom Soi 20 has a good selection of street food vendors, including a small wet market in the morning hours. A stop at Soi 20 has the bonus of giving you the option to visit Bangkok’s most important Dravidian Style Hindu temple. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

20 Soi - Silom Bangkok Thailand
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Wandee

3E6B6969The small shophouse is packed with people, from young to old. They gather with the sole purpose of shuffling one nearly flour less meatball after the other on to their palate, chew and then swallow. It comes with noodles and a wonderful broth. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

1561 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Wattana Panich

Beef noodles (Kuay teow neua) at Wattana PanichWell known among locals and the more experienced expats in the Ekamai area, Wattana Panich dish up some absolutely fantastic soups and stews. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

336 Ekkamai Road Bangkok Thailand
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P'Aor

3E6B8281The Michelin guide offers three stars to restaurants worth a deviation of your route just to eat there. It’s normally a fantastic feast. And it cost you some hundred Euros. It’s the same with P’Aor, with one exception. It’s worth a deviation of your route, but it only costs you around 3 Euro for a three course meal. See review:_ StreetsideBangkok.com

Phetchaburi Road, 68/51 Soi 5
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Nay Lek

3E6B4073Kuay jap is really a hearty soup that combines a deliciously peppery broth with chunks of crispy pork belly – in addition to the entrails/offal. Nay Lek is serving one of the best in town. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Yaowa Phanit Bangkok Thailand
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Nai Mong Hoi Tod

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Nai Mong serve one of the better oyster omelets in town. A brilliant combo of oysters and egg: smoky, rich and crisp, topped with oysters sauce, spring onions and a final touch of white pepper. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

539 Phlap Phla Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Thip Samai

3E6B6089If I asked you to name just one Thai dish, it would be a reasonable good chance that you pronounce the letters P a d T h a i. It’s considered Thailand’s national dish, and is possible also the best known dish outside Thailand. If you’re inn for a plate, Thip Samai is one of the best in the business. See full review at StreetsideBankok.com

313 Maha Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Hoi Tod @ 32 Phadung Dao

3E6B4107This little hole in the wall serves up some of the best street fare to be found anywhere in Bangkok. The lady running this joint, with the prestigious Shell Shuan Shim award, whips up divine plates of fried oyster or mussel crepes/omelets that have fans of the small shop lining up to get their fix. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com 

32 Phadung Dao Road Bangkok Thailand
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Sukhumvit soi 38

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A number of open-air restaurants, street stalls and hawkers at the intersection of Sukhumvit Soi 38. Long reputation for good street side dining. I suggest you go there as a good introduction to streetfood in Bangkok. BTS to Thong Lor station.

Soi Thong Lo Bangkok Thailand
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Convent Road

3E6B8626Convent Road is a story of two chapters in the Silom area. One for your lunch time and one for your dinner time. The options are plentiful all hours of the day, but greatest at lunch time. The evening treats include one of a favorite pork and rice noodle soups in the area. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Convent Road Bangkok Thailand
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Hua Seng Hong

3E6B3828They serve genuine and authentic Chinese food (Tae chiu Chinese style). Bird nests and shark fins are as integrated into their food as tuna is for Japanese. But of course, they have a wide variety of other dishes to choose from as well, including dim sum, roasted duck, braised goosefeet in a clay pot, steamed crab with glass noodles and other seafood dishes. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

371-373 Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand
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Gai Yang Boran
474-476 Thanon Tanao Bangkok Thailand
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Niyom Pochana

3E6B5812You soon understand why there is a constant stream of locals gathering at Niyom Pochana to treat themselves with red pork, crispy pork or bbq-pork. It’s truly delicious. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

109 Mahannop Road Bangkok Thailand
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Kor Panich
431-433 Thanon Tanao Bangkok Thailand
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Mont Nom Sod

3E6B6471Mont is an institution in Bangkok and it dates back to the early 1960s, a time when fresh milk was rare and rather unusual for Thai’s. Restaurants like Mont were the only places to buy a glass of fresh milk in Bangkok, and they coupled that with delicious steamed and thick toasted bread served with various toppings. The coconut custard with pandanus leaf is an absolutely ‘to-die-for’ topping. Many Thai’s prefer a version with farm fresh milk. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

160/1-3 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jim Jim
89 Phat Sai Bangkok Thailand
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Ma Yodpak Radna Ratchawat

3E6B6657Ma Yodpak Radna Ratchawat is well worth a visit. Good atmosphere and good food.

775/1 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Sor Na Wang
156/2 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Mitr Ko Yuan

3E6B9125Few dishes and even fewer soups, if any, are as good as Tom Yam Kung, the famous Thai shrimp soup. Mitr Ko Yuan deliver one of the better once in town. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

186 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Bangkok Bakery Company

3E6B0411I love Thai food, but when it comes to my patisserie fix I prefer the western way. There are plenty of places to choose from in Bangkok, but not that many who give value to the money spent. Bangkok Baking Company is one of those who does. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

2 Sukhumvit Bangkok Thailand
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Lim Yuu Hang

3E6B0588Lim Yuu Hong is serving some of the best noodles in town, and sometimes I decide to go there even if it includes a bit of walking. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Baan Glang Soi 43 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Krua Apsorn

3E6B9159If you’re looking for crab, you’ve come to the right place. But Krua Apsorn branch on Dinso Road, just south of the Democracy Monument, is more than just crabs. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

196 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Martins Kitchen
Terminal 21 Khlong Toei Nuea Bangkok Thailand
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T&K Seafood

3E6B0803T&K Seafood have for more than 10 years been recommended by Lonely Planet when you’re in for some serious seafood in Bangkoks’ Chinatown. What a lie it is. It’s one of my worst seafood meals ever, and I’m not just talking about Bangkok. It’s just the biggest tourist trap in the city when it comes to what to eat. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

458 Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jae Wa

3E6B9264Jae Wa has been around for less than 20 years, but is certainly a contender to serving the best khao man gai (oily rice with chicken) in Bangkok. A lovely dish at it’s best, but terrible boring most places, due to a number of possible pitfalls. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

465/7 Soi Ratchathewi Bangkok Thailand
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A walk into the old Bangkok close to BTS Ratchatewi

3E6B9674A walk into Petchaburi Soi 12/1 (soi 12/2 in google maps) shows you the old style Bangkok 30-40 years ago. Peaceful and energizing. 

Phetchaburi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Tangjaiyoo

3E6B0718Famous for it's whole roasted suckling pig. Serves delicious fish and seafood too. All super fresh. See the full review at StreetsideBanggkok.com

85-89 Yaowa Phanit Bangkok Thailand
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Muslim restaurant

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Muslim Restaurant, famous for their goat biryani only served on Mondays. Along Bangkok’s oldest road, the Charoen Krung Road built in 1861. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com 

1354-56 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Ari Soi 1

Plenyt of good food at Ari Soi 1. Take BTS to Ari, take left into Phahon Yothin 7 and then left again.3E6B0214

Soi Ari Bangkok Thailand
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Hai Som Tam

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Hai Som Tam, situated in Convent Road, is one of the best places in Bangkok for som tam (papaya salad), juicy grilled chicken and sticky rice

4-5 Convent Road Bangkok Thailand
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Tien song Ped Yang

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I love duck when properly made. And at Tien Song Ped Yang it is just that, explaining the more than 65 years in business. 168-172 Dinsor Rd. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

168-172 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Bangkok Seashell Museum

3E6B68223,000 specimens of more than 600 species from all over the world The Bangkok Seashell Museum is absolutely worth an hour or so.

Open: 10.00 - 18.30
Address: 1043 Silom Road, next to Soi Silom 23, opposite Lerdsin Hospital.
Phone: +66 (0)2 234 0291
Price: 200 baht

1043 Silom Road Bangkok Thailand
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Boat Noodle Alley

3E6B6774Boat noodles is a Bangkok experience worth checking out. Several vendors are situated along the small canal, and it's 10-12 Bath a bowl. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Boat Noodle Alley just North of Victory Monument
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Golden Wok Chicken Noodles

3E6B4335Delicious wide rice noodles with chicken (Kuay Teow Kua Gai). Yaowarat Soi 6, also called Trok Issaranuphap. Daily 8 p.m. - 1 a.m they say, but sometimes closed. No phone number, no reservations. No name. Just a hard working husband, a grumpy auntie and a daughter, hidden away in one of those tiny alleyways you normally just pass by. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Charoen Krung Soi 16
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Pa Tong Ko Sawoy

3E6B5662Bangkok's most famous husband-and-wife Thai-donut-duo is to be found in the Sao Ching Cha area, close to the City Hall.  See more at: Street food snack – Bangkok’s best Thai donuts

540 Thanon Tanao Bangkok Thailand
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Chu

3E6B9086Chu started out some years ago with a mission of handing out churros and hot chocolate. And they did it really well. Now, it has expanded and filled the menu with plenty of breakfast offerings. On that point, you need to know what to order. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

388 Sukhumvit Bangkok Thailand
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Coke Chuan Chim

3E6B9486Yen ta fo is an underestimated dish among foreigners, or farangs as they call them here. You find one of the better once in the Silom area, just of Convent Road.

Saladaeng Road Bangkok Thailand
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Khao Kha Moo Trok Sung

3E6B4795Braised pork legs and knuckles (khao kha moo) can be delicious. It's one of those dishes you find everywhere in Bangkok. But not all of them are that good. Trok Sung (Kamou Tukzung)‏ knows how to prepare it. See the full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

1455 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Banaree

3E6B0156Banaree is a good address if you're inn for some crispy pork, crispy without putting your teeth in danger. You find them in Ari Soi 1, close to BTS Ari, a quite area of town, just two stops north of Victory Monument. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Ari 1 Bangkok Thailand
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Chairoj

3E6B0886Chairoj is probably the most minimalistic shop house restaurant I have ever visited. It's as naked as it can be, except for the table and chairs. The atmosphere has never been an issue here. They make food and serve it. Nothing more, nothing less. But the food is good. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

467/25 Si Ayutthaya Road Bangkok Thailand
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Guaythiew Pik Gai Sai Nampung

3E6B0214Braised chicken wing is definitively tasty stuff. Not to forget the drumsticks, in other words the more boney parts. Guaytiaw Pik Gai Sai Nampung is one of the best Thai food vendors in the Asok area, well known for their chicken wing soup (Gow Low Pik Gai) sprinkled with cowslip flowers (dok kachorn). They also have one of Bangkok's best Yen ta of (seafood noodle soup with fish balls, tofu, pickled squid etc).

392/20 Sukhumvit Bangkok Thailand
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Rawanstar (Also called One Star)

3E6B7028Roasted ducks is flying in and out of Rawanstar rapidly. But this is not the place to duck, but to open your mouth for some incredible flavors. Rawanstar Roasted Duck is packed with fans during breakfast and lunchtime hours. You'll soon enough understand when you put the first spoon to your lips. You can also have a whole duck to go if you like and many locals do just that.

955/6 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Kun Chiang

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Kun Chiang in Banglamphu, close to Khao san road, serves delicious street food for breakfast/ lunch. Thai tapas at it's best. Fort Sumen and other attractions is nearby. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

112 Phra Athit Bangkok Thailand
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The Sidewalk at Tawana hotel

3E6B9593Sometimes you just want to seat down, get away from the heat, do some people watching and relax with a decent cup of coffee, occasionally do the sweep into a couple of Magazines and have a bit of something. The Sidewalk in the Silom area offers just that. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

80 Surawong Road กรุงเทพมหานคร ประเทศไทย
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Mae Tuk

3E6B0578It's not often that you see a restaurant having the Shell Shuan Shim award for Khao Kha Moo (pork knuckles on rice).

229/9 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Orawan Pad Thai Hoy Tod

3E6B0294Orawan is nothing more than a big pan and a few tables, a place you could be a bit sceptical to test wihout a reference, as it most likely looks a tad or two more grungier then your usual choice of street food vendor. But the taste will soon make you forget any worries you might have had. They use real tamarind pulp to make a version of tamarind water that really makes their version among the best Pad Thai there is in the city of Angels. See the full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Si Morakot

3E6B0816Si Morakt serves delicious rice topped with red roasted pork (khao moo daeng), crispy pork belly (khao moo krob) and Chinese saucage (kun chiang). You find it between Hua Lamphong station and Chinatown. They have been in the business for more than 60 years, and know what works. It's also a safe route for all those not willing to flirt with spiciness in Thai cuisine. A bonus is Wat Trimit and the world's largest solid gold Buddha just a minute away. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

80-82 Soi Sukon 1 Bangkok Thailand
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Piang Kee

3E6B1154It was the colorful temple that stole my attention and made me enter Trok Wat Kuson Samakhon, a small alley between Yaowarat and Charoen Krung road in Bangkok's Chinatown, but it was the food at Piang Kee that convinced me to go back. Even in Chinatown terms the food was far beyond any expectations, and far from most of the food you find street side in Bangkok. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Ratchawong Road Bangkok Thailand
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Chong Kee

3E6B0863Satay's along the streets of Bangkok are not among my prime interests. But there are exceptions, as always, and Chong Kee on the border of Bangkok's Chinatown is a true master in the art of barbequed pork satay. Which of course could be the answer to why the owner Vichai Lumlerokit also have barbequed for the royal family. A perfect bonus is the temple Wat Traimit just 100 meters away. See StreetsideBangkok.com for full review.

84 Sukhon 1 Alley Bangkok Thailand
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Jakkee

3E6B1703Jakkee, close to Victory Monument has long traditions, has Chinese roots and is filled with regulars and few others. Some of them living hours away, running their own restaurant and eat here at least once when going to Bangkok for the monthly shopping. There is of course a reason to it, Jakkee serves very good food, including fantastic rad na. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

1/35-36 7 Soi Ratchawithi 7, Bangkok Thailand
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Khao Mok Gai Convent road

3E6B8673One of the best chicken biryani (khao mok gai) in Bangkok is served from a street stall along Convent road in the Silom area. It's the central business district of Bangkok, meaning masses of people. Translated into Thai language that means lots of food, especially at lunch hours on weekdays when hordes of hungry office workers head to fill up their stomachs. See the full review at StreetsideBangok.com

1/4 Convent Road Bangkok Thailand
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Look Chin Moo Nai Hang

3E6B0265For some reason I wasn't expecting to much at Look Chin Moo Nai Hang, but I was wrong. The pork noodles was delicious. The market area in Sri Yan certainly has something to offer everybody. And if you have some kids crawling around your legs, Bangkok's Dusit Zoo is just a short walk away. See the full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

111/5 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Ah Ou Bangrak

 

 

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Sometimes food can really surprise you to the extent that you have to pinch yourself to believe it. Ah Ou Bangrak looked like any other street food vendor, and even without a lot of competition in the area. But it was anything, but ordinary. It was Thai-Chinese excellence all the way, and it started with swim bladders. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

72/4 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Sei Duck Noodles

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Sei Duck Noodles is a bit out of the ordinary rout. The important thing is that their duck noodles or the five spice duck with rice is delicious. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

2856 Rama IV Road Bangkok Thailand
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Guay Tiew Ped Sala Daeng

3E6B9466Duck isn't an easy find in the area around Convent Road. So if you're a duck lover you know where to head. The broth is murky and savory, but has a light flavorful taste. It comes with some vegetables, but the noodles and the duck is stealing most of the attention. They also have decent khao man gai. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

Convent Road Bangkok Thailand
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Escapade Burgers and Shakes

3E6B0068Escapade Burgers & Shales might not be number one in town, yet, but they are for sure a contender to the best in town stamp. Also, I have never tasted a better shake in Bangkok. And they have an award winning mixologist, making some ausome cocktails. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

112 Phra Athit Bangkok Thailand
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Guaythiew Lod

3E6B0865One of Chinatown's better street food stalls is to be found close to the design hotel Shanghai Mansion on Yaowarat Road. The rice noodles comes with bean sprouts, pork, calamari and shiitake mushrooms. Everything drowned in a soy-based sauce. See full reveiw at SteetsideBangkok.

Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand
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Charoen Wiang Pochana

3E6B0447Bangrak is full of eating options. The variety is really good, including a fair shair of duck vendors worth a visit. Charoen Wiang Pochana is one of them, situated in one of the side streets to Charoen Krung road. For those shopping at Robinson, it's a minute walk away. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

211 Thanon Charoen Wiang Bangkok Thailand
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Roti Mataba

3E6B6574Sometimes 70 years of practice can be tasted. Roti-Mataba is a small Muslim restaurant in Banglamphu district that opened their doors in 1943. They still make a difference on their good days. A blend of Indian, Thai and Malaysian tastes. An added bonus is the Phra Sumen Fort, built in 1783 to defend against potential naval invasions. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

136 Phra Athit Road Bangkok Thailand
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Busaba

3E6B0536Thailand has quite some Muslim restaurants spread around town. A few of them is really worth a visit. Busaba is one of them. You find it in the Sri Yan market area and the Dusit Zoo is just a short walk away. It's a restaurant with focus on roasted duck, but they have a variety of many well known Thai dishes with beef, chicken and seafood as well. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

151/4 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Khao Tom Jay Suay

3E6B1209Khao tom or boiled rice is excellent in combination with a a set of other dishes. It normally comes in small bowls with a watery rice. I have a couple of favourites when it comes to khao tom restaurants in Bangkok, one in the Thong Lor area and this one, Khao Tom Jay Suay, in Chinatown. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

547 Phlap Phla Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Paris Mikki

3E6B1025Their croissant and cakes are just unbelievable good stuff. Carol Boosaba is the name behind the business, and yes, he has been well trained. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

19 Sukhumvit Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jib Kee

3E6B1542Jib Kee is most likely not in your neighborhood, but don't let that stop you from experiencing one of the absolute best duck places in all of Bangkok. You find Jib Kee just opposite the small Nang Loeng market along Nakhon Sawan road. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

355-359 Nakhon Sawan Road Bangkok Thailand
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Bamee Slow

3E6B0097Bamee Slow on the corner of Ekkamai Soi 19 has some of the best Chinese style egg noodles in town. Getting there more than an hour after the opening around 8 pm means you most likely are in for some cueing. But don't worry, the food is absolutely worth the ten to fifteen minutes in line. They stay open long into the night.

19 Ekkamai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Double Dogs Tea Room

3E6B4691Double Dogs Tea Room is a welcoming harbour from the rather hectic pace of life you're part of when strolling up and down the streets and alleys. You don't need to be s tea connoisseur to understand that Double Dogs take their teas seriously.

406 Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jay Jia Yen Ta Fo

3E6B0124Few soups are more colorful then Thailand's famous yen ta fo. The pinkish-red pickled bean curd (tofu), together with the ingredients makes it the sexiest dish in the country. Experiencing a yen ta fo as served at Jay Jia Yen Ta Fo, close to MRT Sam Yan (Metro), can give you an almost tingling feeling. I just love this "seafood dumpling soup". See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

598 Soi Chom Sombun Bangkok Thailand
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Busaba

3E6B0536Busaba is really packed during lunch hours, so you might need to give it a few minutes before you get a seat. But the food is delicious, so I wouldn't hesitate about that. The kitchen is outside while you have a seat inside with air-condition. The place is clean and welcoming. It's a restaurant with focus on roasted duck, but they have a variety of many well known Thai dishes with beef, chicken and seafood as well. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

151/4 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road Bangkok Thailand
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Shunbo

3E6B9887What about some Japanese delights. You find Shunbo rather deep into Sukhumvit Soi 11. Don't let that scare you off, but take the opportunity to visit this Izakaya for a really good Japanese meal before stepping out into one of Bangkok's more famous clubbing zones.

33/5 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok Thailand
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Tai Heng Pochana

3E6B0433Tai Heng doesn't sound Thai, and it isn't. It's Hong kong. It's Hong Kong on a plate. Stir-fried beef with oyster sauce and raw egg (hue pad summon hoy kai dib), an excellent dish and worth the traveling of getting here. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.co

593-595 Charoen Nakhon Bangkok Thailand
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Volcanic Fried Mussels and Oysters

3E6B5150Vulcanic Fried Mussels & Oysters got their name from the time where the guy was running a small street side stall. A diesel stove the owner used at the time regularly caused flame flare-ups big enough to attract peoples attention. This small family joint is beloved by both locals and visitors. And eating there, you'll soon understand why. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

3 Charoen Krung 50 Alley Bangkok Thailand
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Boon Sap Thai

3E6B6926Boon Sap Thai at 1478 Charoen Krung Road is one of the more established dessert shops in the area, and if you only have room for one, this should be your first priority in Bang Rak. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

1478 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Joke Prince

3E6B4743Rice porridge brings a boring sound to westerns, but thats before trying the Thai way. I'm pretty sure you'll order a second bowl and will return for more later on. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

1391 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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A fake Somboon Seafood

3E6B0239Somboon Seafood branches normally have indoor seating and high prices, while the serving station in Sukhumvit Soi 20 couldn’t be more of a street food cart than it already was, only a few tables and plastic chairs next to the traffic. Most likely a fake one, but I decided to have a sit down, and I have never regretted it. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

20 Sukhumvit Road Bangkok Thailand
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Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant

3E6B2103Bangkok has it's fair share of Halal food restaurants, especially in Bang Rak, the old Bangkok area. Some are good, some ordinary and some easily forgettable. Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant is one of those you eager to come back to. See  all review at StreetsideBangkok.com

186 Charoen Krung 36 Alley Bangkok Thailand
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Thip Samai

3E6B6089If I asked you to name just one Thai dish, it would be a reasonable good chance that you pronounce the letters P a d T h a i. It’s considered Thailand’s national dish, and is possible also the best known dish outside Thailand. If you’re inn for a plate, Thip Samai is one of the best in the business. See full review at StreetsideBankok.com

313 Maha Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Niyom Pochana

3E6B5812You soon understand why there is a constant stream of locals gathering at Niyom Pochana to treat themselves with red pork, crispy pork or bbq-pork. It’s truly delicious. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

109 Mahannop Road Bangkok Thailand
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Kor Panich
431-433 Thanon Tanao Bangkok Thailand
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Mont Nom Sod

3E6B6471Mont is an institution in Bangkok and it dates back to the early 1960s, a time when fresh milk was rare and rather unusual for Thai’s. Restaurants like Mont were the only places to buy a glass of fresh milk in Bangkok, and they coupled that with delicious steamed and thick toasted bread served with various toppings. The coconut custard with pandanus leaf is an absolutely ‘to-die-for’ topping. Many Thai’s prefer a version with farm fresh milk. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

160/1-3 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Sor Na Wang
156/2 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Krua Apsorn

3E6B9159If you’re looking for crab, you’ve come to the right place. But Krua Apsorn branch on Dinso Road, just south of the Democracy Monument, is more than just crabs. See review at StreetsideBangkok.com

196 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Tien song Ped Yang

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I love duck when properly made. And at Tien Song Ped Yang it is just that, explaining the more than 65 years in business. 168-172 Dinsor Rd. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

168-172 Dinso Road Bangkok Thailand
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Pa Tong Ko Sawoy

3E6B5662Bangkok's most famous husband-and-wife Thai-donut-duo is to be found in the Sao Ching Cha area, close to the City Hall.  See more at: Street food snack – Bangkok’s best Thai donuts

540 Thanon Tanao Bangkok Thailand
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Jay Fai

3E6B0325Jay Fai is acclaimed by food critics. Long before that she was acclaimed by her local patriots who came regularly to appreciate the tasty and fresh seafood served. Today, the ordinary local working woman and lad has disappeared from the scene due to the prices. It's delicious but it's expensive in Thai terms. 327 Mahachai Rd. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

327 Maha Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jay Fai

3E6B0325Jay Fai is acclaimed by food critics. Long before that she was acclaimed by her local patriots who came regularly to appreciate the tasty and fresh seafood served. Today, the ordinary local working woman and lad has disappeared from the scene due to the prices. It's delicious but it's expensive in Thai terms. 327 Mahachai Rd. See review: StreetsideBangkok.com

327 Maha Chai Road Bangkok Thailand
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Laap Paak

3E6B0750A hearty hour or cheating on your diet regime. Both options are available at Laap Paak on the doorstep to MRT station Hua Lamphong. Deep-fried chicken and shrimp that is minced to a thick, crunchy pancake with mayo as a garnish together with fried and crispy lime leaves (bay makrood), or the more acidic tom saep gradook moo which is a spicy isaan-style pork-rip soup are good options. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.com

518 Rong Muang Bangkok Thailand
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Odean

3E6B0912Odean is about big, bigger and biggest crab claws on top of a bowl of ba-mee up nam (crab noodle soup). See StreetsideBangkok.com for full review.

724-726 Charoen Krung Road Bangkok Thailand
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Khao Soi Chiang Mai

3E6B1863A northern Thai style khao soi is a "soup-like" dish made with a mix of deep-fried egg noodles and boiled egg noodles, and a protein. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

283 Samsen Road Bangkok Thailand
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Jin Chieng Seng

3E6B1952Jin chieng Song are able to create very good Thai food, including the more "spicy" dishes without making them to spicy for the number of tourists getting into panic mode from the look of a chili on their plate. That in itself is pretty impressive. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

57 Maharat Alley Bangkok Thailand
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Nai Soi

3E6B9724Banglamphu is a vibrant area with a number of good eats. Nay Soi is one of them, serving delicious beef noodles with shopped water morning glory. See full review at StreetsideBangkog.com

100/2-3 Phra Athit Road Bangkok Thailand
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Rai Nai Oo

3E6B0149Ran Nai Oo in the Sam Yan area of Pathumwan is really good rice and curry stall (khao gaeng). It's clean and safe and won't give you any stomach problems. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

198 Chulalongkorn 11 Alley Bangkok Thailand
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Tim Ho Wan

3E6B2564Tim Ho Wan at Terminal 21 in Bangkok is a branch of the more famous Michelin star setting in Hong Kong. The dim sum's are mostly too sweet and too salty. Plenty of better options in town. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

Terminal 21 Soi Sukhumvit 19 Khlong Toei Nuea Bangkok Thailand
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Khun Dang Guay Jub Yuan

3E6B9792Very good Guay Jub (Kuay Jab). The noodle dishes are cooked one by one along with your choice of different toppings, like eggs and mushrooms, meaning you get an absolutely spot on chewing factor. See full review at StreetsideBangkok

68 Phra Athit Road Bangkok Thailand
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Nahm

3E6B3228Nahm restaurant in Bangkok serves plates and bowls from different regions of Thailand. The food is good, but overall not exceptional and the price tag is a steep one. See full review at StreetsideBangkok.

27 S Sathorn Rd Bangkok Thailand
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