Bangkok has a wide variety of dining options, and it is the birthplace of time-honored Thai cuisine. Thai is both sour and spicy with a touch of sweetness, using not only a lot of chili, onion, ginger and garlic, but also adding spices such as curry, fish sauce, shrimp paste, coconut milk, lemon juice, and again, natural spices such as mint leaves and fruits such as pineapple. In addition to Thai food, Chinese, Indian, other Southeast Asian and Western cuisine can also be found in Bangkok.
1. Tom Yum Kung Soup
Tom Yum Kung soup is essentially a spicy shrimp soup with mushrooms, although you can also find beef, chicken and pork variants, which are fantastic.
2. Green Papaya Salad
This spicy green papaya salad comes from northeastern Thailand and is so delicious, it's a famous Thai dish! It contains chopped shredded green papaya, carrots, peanuts, tomatoes, beans, tamarind, fish sauce, lime juice, dried shrimp and just the right amount of chili.
3. Thai Nyonya Curry Sauce
If you like spicy dishes, then you'll love Nyonya Curry! It's a juicy chicken stir-fried in some red curry sauce with some coconut cream! It is usually served with lime leaves to give it a unique aroma and freshness.
4. Thai Style Fried Rice Noodles
It can be eaten all over Thailand, preferably from a street cart. You can prefer noodles and meat (shrimp, chicken, beef or pork), then stir-fried in a wok with onions, peanuts, bean sprouts, fish sauce and eggs.
5. Pineapple Pad Thai
The sweetness of the pineapple is complemented by the delicate spices and the cashews add a delicious touch.
Coconut ice cream
Coconut is a very cheap fruit in Thailand, and there are many derivatives of coconut, one of which is coconut ice cream. Using half a coconut shell as a container, the snow-white ice cream ball is sprinkled with coconut meat and fried peanuts
Thai iced tea
Thai iced tea, called "Cha-Yen" in Thai, is the iconic drink that can be found everywhere in the streets and alleys. Boiled black tea with condensed milk, milk and syrup, put ice cubes. A cup of cold and refreshing Thai iced tea will keep you energized all day long in the summer heat.
Sticky Rice with Mango
Mango sticky rice is a classic Thai sweet staple made from mango, glutinous rice and coconut milk. One bite will fill your mouth with a sweet, soft and sticky texture mixed with crunchy rice.
The most famous Thai fruit is the durian. Thai durian is big and cheap, the flesh is thick and mushy, like a piece of cream cake, and the guy will skillfully break it open for you and pack the flesh for you to take away.
But the unique and powerful taste of durian is not for everyone. Even in Thailand, you are not allowed to carry durian on public transportation or in hotels, so be careful. However, you can buy some dried durian, durian candy and other snacks as a souvenir.
This purple-red fruit can be found everywhere in the streets of Thailand. Its skin is a dark purple shell, and when broken open by hand, there is a white flesh that looks like a garlic clove, but with a sweet, delicious taste.
Playing in a tropical country like Thailand, the most enjoyable thing is that you do not have to buy mineral water to quench your thirst.
You can buy a coconut anytime, anywhere to drink coconut milk, and then eat with a spoon to dig the pulp, absolutely fresh and additive-free. No wonder the coconut is also called "mineral water growing on the tree.
There are several food courts in big shopping malls around here, with good food and good environment and fair prices, such as: the food court on the first floor of Paragon, where you can choose from a wide range of Thai cuisine; the surrounding malls such as Central World, MBK and Big C, where you can also find Japanese hot pot sushi buffet, grilled seafood buffet, MK hot pot and roast duck, and of course, Chinese Western food and new Thai food.
Khao San Road
A whole street here is filled with food stalls. In addition to street-style snacks such as Thai barbecue, curry fried rice, and mango sticky rice, many stalls here also offer insect food such as fried grasshoppers, fried bamboo worms, and fried scorpions. Although some people may not be able to accept it, insect food has a long history in Thai food culture and brave tourists can try it.
This is also the place to go for food, with Yeohwali Road filled with a variety of snacks and restaurants, including T&K Seafood BBQ seafood and the Canton House Cantonese-style snacks, which are well received.
In addition to the famous condom restaurants, this area is also home to a large Korean and Japanese population, so both Korean and Japanese food are authentic and generally priced around 400 baht per person. The center of Korean food is Sukhumvit Square and the center of Japanese food is Sukhumvit Lane 24 and Lane 26.
This area is most famous for its bars and discos along the streets of Pabong. From Sala Daeng LRT station, there are curry noodle stalls, European-style coffee bars and buffets, and relatively cheap.
1. Tom Yum Goong Soup
Tom Yum Goong soup is very common in Thailand. It is often served in restaurants and ordinary people, and has become a representative of Thai cuisine.
2. Thai pineapple fried rice
Thai-style pineapple fried rice, using the aroma of Thai rice, with pineapple and mixed vegetables, such as high fire stir-fry, salty, sour and sweet taste. Especially when the rice is served with the pineapple, the visual effect is fantastic!
3. Pad Thai
This can also be said to be the signature dish of Thai cuisine. Usually this dish is more common in Thailand, so it can be ordered in big restaurants and small shops.
4. Som Tam (Green Papaya Salad)
Som Tam is a very popular appetizer among Thai people, with a sour and sweet taste.
5. Thai Crab Curry
Thai crab curry is a famous dish in Thailand. In Bangkok, almost every restaurant has this dish on their menu.
Sala Rim Naam
Sala Rim Naam is located in the Thai-inspired pavilion of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, with an overall look of Thai minaret architecture, soaring ceilings, a large sloping roof and beautiful teak furniture.
It is not only a Thai restaurant, but also a stage to showcase Thai traditional culture with the backdrop of the Chao Phraya River. There is a Thai dance performance at dinner time.
Guests who want to taste the food can take a free round-trip boat provided by the hotel and enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides of the river on the way, adding to the romantic mood before the meal.
There are three ways to enjoy the stunning views of the Cheng Wang Temple in depth: the first is a full tour to the temple, the second is a boat cruise to the temple, and the third is the most enjoyable - to the Arun Residence, the restaurant opposite the temple.
Steve Cafe & Cuisine
For a gourmet experience, take a boat to Dhevet Pier and walk to Thevarakunchong Temple.
Not only can you enjoy a meal here with the river breeze, but you can also enjoy the night view of the Rama VIII Bridge.
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