Bangkok street food vendor
Bangkok street food vendor

Thailand’s capital Bangkok is obviously one of the best tourist attractions in both Asia and all over the world. When coming to Bangkok, you not only have a chance to go shopping with the amazingly cheap price but also visit a system of churches and temples with unique architectures. There are also so many restaurants and street vendors selling food from Thai, India, and Chinese that it can sometimes be difficult to spot the really good ones. If you are finding where to eat in Bangkok? Let’s explore top 10 best places to eat in Bangkok including best place to eat street food in Bangkok and best street food in Bangkok with Living Nomads below.

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Samyan is famous for its dishes such as grilled, deep fried, stir-fried and meat that processed very attractive at cheap prices.
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This culinary neighborhood is considered one of the destinations in Bangkok you should not miss when traveling in the land of the golden temples, Thailand.

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Living Nomads will give some helpful tips for Bangkok travel to help you prepare for the trip. Now let’s start exploring the “street food paradise”!

Yaowarat (Chinatown)

Yaowarat (Chinatown)
Yaowarat area (Chinatown)

You don’t need to go to luxury restaurants but just come to Yaowarat, everything will fit in your hand. Try to experience the new flavors of wild street food once. We are sure that you will be surprised. No need to wonder when choosing, Bangkok’s most famous food street attracts you – constantly “captivating” your eyes and an empty stomach.

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Do not hesitate to go deep into the alleys inside Yaowarat, follow the call of food and stimulate the sense of smell, you will be surprised to find yourself in the world of food along with the purchase, the laughing, which makes space busy and crowded. Located near Yaorawat, Pahurat area or Little India is a corner of Indian culture in Bangkok, you will easily find yourself places of Indian food and enjoy the Indian food but Thai style as desired.

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Yaowarat Road at night-best bustling place in Chinatown – Bangkok
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A corner of Yaowarat food street
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Seafood stores with numerous customers
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A seafood store with appealing grilled squids
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Fried inserts only for brave people. Image credit: where to eat in bangkok blog.
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Diversity kinds of noodles

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Many kinds of fillers for the bread
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Fried chest nut with irresistible smells
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How to get there: You can easily travel by taxi or subway at Hua Lamphong Station, then walk (take about 10p) to Chinatown or catch the Tuktuk (remember to negotiate the price before boarding).
Opening time: You should go to the market and shopping in the morning and spend the evening on visiting the streets and enjoying the food.

Ratchawat and Sriyan markets

Ratchawat Market Best Street Food In Bangkok Thailand
Ratchawat Market Best Street Food In Bangkok Thailand
Map of Sriyan
Map of Sriyan

Nestled in the quiet and peaceful district of Dusit, down to the end of Nakhon Chaisi Road are two of Thailand’s oldest traditional markets: Rachawat and Sriyan, where are famous for their Roast duck and Kobe beef attracting you with irresistible aroma wafting; furthermore, you cannot ignore the Shark curry with strong and spicy flavor that you will find it nowhere else but here.

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A food store at Ratchawat market
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Bangkok, Thailand-Pork Ribs
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Sriyan Fried Tofu. Picture: best places to eat in bangkok blog.
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Sriyan Fried Tofu

Get off Rachawat and go about 1 km, Sriyan market and traditional Thai food are ready to welcome. Still the noodles, delicious curry dishes, in addition to the curry dish “jungle” spicy impressed all the guests. The culinary culture is richly represented by the number, form of presentation, color, taste and friendly enthusiasm of indigenous people will certainly make you satisfied.

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Nai Pong Coffee Cart
Nai Pong Coffee Cart
Nai Pong Coffee Cart
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Sriyan Chicken Noodles in Red Soup
Sriyan Noodles
Sriyan Noodles. Image credit: where to eat in bangkok blog.
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Supaphorn

How to get there: You can go to BTS and go to Victory Monument Station, then take a taxi for about 10 minutes to arrive.
Opening time: You should visit the market during the day, shopping and by the way enjoy a delicious and unique lunch.

Victory Monument

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BTS-Victory-Monument
Victory Monument at night
Victory Monument at night. Image credit: where to eat in bangkok blog.

This is considered as one of the busiest places in Bangkok with thousands of vehicles circulating each day with streams of people all over the monument as evidence of the rich and unique cuisine here. Full of people, full of food!

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Thailand street food in victory monument
Street Food at Victory Monument
Street Food at Victory Monument. Picture: best places to eat in bangkok blog.
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Boat Noodles at Victory Monument, Bangkok
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A man makes Boat Noodles at Victory Monument. Picture: best places to eat in bangkok blog.

Across the alleyway are countless choices of eating places that you must definitely come to. And do not ever leave here if you have not tasted famous China noodles (not Wontons noodles). Longan noodles, thick broth with fatty beef meatballs and pig liver enough to attract any diner visit.

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PLA PAO (ปลาเผา). Picture: best places to eat in bangkok blog.
More food choices` at Victory Monument
More food choices` at Victory Monument

How to get there: You can travel by BTS, stop at Victory Monument Station, exit at number 3 or 4.
Opening time: You can visit the Victory Monument from 10 am to 8 pm and enjoy a variety of dishes that are “ready” at any time.

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  1. Informative article.
    When you are in the city, choices for food are unlimited. Many popular restaurants for the best dining in Bangkok, you can explore.

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