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Here you can find extremely varied dishes, ranging from main dishes to snacks, hot dishes or ice creams, popular stalls to “quite pricey” restaurants.

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Homemade ice cream is also a popular dish in this dining area, and you can enjoy it at Nuttaporn Ice Cream (94 Phraeng Puthon Road,San Chao Pho Suea Subdistrict, at the end of Tanao Street / Phone: +66 2 222 2686 / Hours: 9am-4pm Mon-Sat / Price: mains from 20 Baht) with over 60 years of business.

Nuttaporn Ice Cream shop
Nuttaporn Ice Cream shop
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Coconut ice cream

Raan Jay Fai eatery (Address: 327 Maha Chai Rd / Phone: +66 92 724 9633 / Hours: 2:30PM–12AM, closed: Sunday, Monday) is also a famous eatery in the Old Town area, and is also the place with the most expensive price, with Tom Yum Talay porridge with lemon leaf price up to 1500 baht / part (more than ~$47.27). The restaurant also has a Pad Kee Mao dish (Spicy Thai Stir-Fried Drunken Noodles) with many spicy dried chili is also quite famous.

Madam Jay is making Jay Fai Crab omelette
Madam Jay is making Jay Fai Crab omelette

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Jay fai crab omelette – The signature and must eat dish at Raan Jay Fai Bangkok

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Pad Kee Mao
Seafood Tom Yum Talay with lemon leaves at Raan Jay Fai.
Seafood Tom Yum Talay with lemon leaves at Raan Jay Fai.

Read more: Explore Raan Jay Fai — The level of Thai street food wins Michelin star in Bangkok, only serve up to 50 guests every day.

Bangkok street food guide: Bang Khun Non

Bang Khun Non
Bang Khun Non at night

This is considered one of the best street food areas in Bangkok (best place to eat street food in Bangkok). Its special feature comes from the quiet atmosphere, much quieter than the other Bangkok destinations or the bustling shopping districts of this bustling city.

The World For Street Food at Bang Khun Non
The World For Street Food at Bang Khun Non
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Despite being a culinary neighborhood, Bang Khun Non is not bustling, but is much quieter than other destinations in Bangkok.
Enjoy Khao Kha Moo (stewed pork rice)
Enjoy Khao Kha Moo (stewed pork rice), must eat in Bang Khun Non

This quiet atmosphere not only does not bring boredom but also gives diners a relaxed, somewhat slow pace and leisurely enjoying delicious dishes or walking along the street.

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Don’t forget to try the pink noodle soup (yen ta fo) here.

The food stalls here are guaranteed good hygiene conditions, quiet space quite comfortable; Especially you should come here for lunch or dinner. What should you try when coming to Bang Khun Non Food Court? Some suggestions for you are Khao Kha Moo (stewed pork rice), yen ta fo (Thai pink noodles soup), and roasted duck.

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Prachak duck

Best place to eat street food in Bangkok: Chinatown

Yaowarat (Chinatown)
Yaowarat area (Chinatown)

One of the best places to enjoy street food in Bangkok definitely is Chinatown. Rarely place for you enjoy a varied and lively street food experience like in Chinatown Bangkok. Make sure you prepare yourself for a hungry stomach before coming here, because there is a long list of dishes you should try at this street food area in Bangkok. And if you want to enjoy a lot of dishes, you should try each one dish a little bit like eating buffet.

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A seafood store with appealing grilled squids
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Diversity kinds of noodles

Tom yum and fried rice with seafood
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Seafood stores with numerous customers
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Besides coconut icecream, there is a kind of immaturity coconut freezed by liquid nitrogen
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Fried chest nut with irresistible smells
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Many kinds of fillers for the bread
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You will have a long list of dishes to try at Chinatown Bangkok.

The first is the spicy dishes and much more sate (satay) that famous here like fried meat with bamboo shoots and soy sauce served with many kinds of vegetables such as cucumber, onion, chili; Thai-style Sukiyaki stir-fried noodles with eggs and seafood with attractive spicy garlic chili sauce or satay meat – a type of bamboo skewers meat, grilled on charcoal with rich peanut sauce. This is one of the most popular street foods in Thailand, a lot of connoisseurs ranked it in the top not to be missed dishes when traveling to Bangkok.

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Grilled intestines
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Satay, grilled meat
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Pad thai

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Bustling Chinatown
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Seafood stall
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Grilled fish with salt
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Fried Oyster Omelette
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If you are a spicy fan, do not miss the spicy noodles / spicy satay noodles here.

In addition, if you do not like spicy food, you can try Lod Chong Singapore (this sweets made from the fibers of green rice flour) with a strong sweetness from rice flour, cold coconut milk with jack, dim sum, fried egg oysters, roasted chestnuts, ice cream, fruit. How it is? Have you recorded all these foods on your Bangkok list yet?

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Fruit stall

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Pomegranate juice is one of the favourite food for tourists

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The price depends on the weight of each pack
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Thai-style dimsum
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Coconut sweets
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Thai sweets

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Chinatown, a paradise for street food

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You can almost enjoy all the dishes here, from traditional Thai dishes to Chinese and seafood dishes …

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You can visit the following restaurants in China Town to enjoy: Elvis Suki Restaurant featured with grilled scallops with avocado and garlic, and lemon leaf fish (Address: 200/37 Soi Yoot Plubplachai road Khet Pom Prap Sattru Phai / Phone: +66 2 223 4979 / Hours: 5–11PM, closed on Monday) , Jay Eng Restaurant with coconut milk meat, mint tea and sauce (Address: 105 Charoen Krung Road), two restaurants Lek & Rut Seafood (Address: Phadung Dao Rd, Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong / Phone: +66 81 637 5039 / Hours: 5:30PM–2AM) and T & K Seafood (Address: 49 51 Phadung Dao Rd, Khwaeng Samphanthawong / Phone: +66 2 223 4519 / Hours: 4PM–2AM…) are famous for freshly grilled seafood.

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Elvis Suki & Seafood shop
Elvis Suki & Seafood shop
Grilled Scallops
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Lek & Rut Seafood
Lek & Rut Seafood chinatown
Delicious grilled seafood
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T & K Seafood

T & K Seafood chinatown

Bangkok street food guide: Phahurat (Little India)

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Phahurat is Bangkok’s Little India, where you can enjoy the food and specialties from many regions of India, especially the North Indian region. The Little India area is not very large, so you can take the time to walk around the streets. From there, you will find a few curry restaurants with original flavor with a price of about 100 baht ($3.15).

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It will be extremely suitable if you are a fan of authentic Indian cuisine flavors.
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There will be quite a few restaurants specializing in Indian curries.

Some restaurants in Phahurat you can visit: Royal India restaurant (Address: 392/1 Chakkraphet Rd, Khwaeng Wang Burapha Phirom / Hours: 10:30AM–9PM / Phone: +66 2 221 6565), Toney Restaurant (Address: 64/1 Khwaeng Wang Burapha Phirom / Hours: 1AM–10PM)

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Royal India

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Toney restaurant

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Best Bangkok street food: Rot Fai Night Market

Rod Fai Night Market or Ratchada Train Night Market - One of the most attrative night markets in Bangkok, Thailand.
Rod Fai Night Market or Ratchada Train Night Market – One of the most attrative night markets in Bangkok, Thailand.

The final destination in the list of places to eat in Bangkok is Rot Fai night market. Located in the Prawet district of southeast Bangkok, next to Cha Tu Chak or Pratunam, Rot Fai is one of the neighborhoods that most visited by food lovers.

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Rot Fai market looks down from above – a combination of food, shopping and souvenirs.
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Food in Rod Fai Market

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Spinal Boiled Spicy Soup
Spinal Boiled Spicy Soup

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An advantage when you choose Rot Fai night market is, you can both enjoy the food at this culinary paradise, and walk around the colorful and extremely diverse stalls. Don’t be afraid to “fill your stomach”, then go shopping and continue …eating delicious dishes!

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The booths with a lot of souvenirs, clothes, items … extremely diverse.
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At Rot Fai night market you have a wide choice of cuisine, from savory dishes …
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To sweet dishes like this.
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Image by: bangkok street food blog.

Food in Rod Fai Market

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A corner of Rot Fai night market.

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Rod Fai market, Bangkok
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Rod Fai market, Bangkok
Paraside street food for food lovers. Image by: bangkok street food blog.

Read more: Explore Rod Fai Night Market — One of the most attractive night markets in Bangkok.

With the Bangkok street food guide above, make sure you know “what to eat in Bangkok” right away! When you leave, remember to share your feelings with Living Nomads.

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Royal palace Bangkok

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