6. Baked quail eggs
Baked quail eggs are processed in a large tray, with many small holes like a beehive. Hot food, visitors can find in many stalls in the corner at Chatuchak Market.
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7. Chicken noodles
Chicken noodles are an ideal option for lunch. With kinds of vegetable and large pieces of chicken thighs, soft baked and served with noodles, all make a really great lunch and make you full probably in Chatuchak.
8. Mango steamed sticky rice
Mango steamed sticky rice is a specialty of Thai food and one of the best places to eat this dish is in the famous outdoor market. The sour taste of mango, mixed with coconut milk, served with white sticky rice makes a great taste.
9. Thai donut cake
Thai donut cake is smaller in size than in other countries, and it is also hot processed at the counter. You can buy some, just walk and eat lining is also great.
10. Papaya salad
Papaya salad is so familiar to Thai food enthusiasts all over the world. Dishes include green papaya, mango, cucumber, banana, cowpea … with small peanut with spicy sour sauce but it is so delicious.
Choconana is the name of this strange dish, made from chocolate and banana, which is frozen banana with bitter chocolate, will. The banana is cool, clammy; add flavor from nuts or bit chocolate will knock you from the first piece.
12. Milk tea
When feeling thirsty, a glass of Thai or red milk tea will not only dissipate hot sun but also tastes delicious, smell the milk, drink once is remember forever and cannot forget.
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