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Thailand Travel Guide: 12 Bangkok Street Food You Must Try

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Bangkok’s street food has been ranked by CNN as the world’s no 1 for two consecutive years, 2016 and 2017. And anyone who has tasted these Thai local foods can attest to the uniqueness in flavour and texture of these Bangkok foods. For those who haven’t, don’t you worry because we have compiled a list in our Thailand travel guide today 12 of the country’s best street food for you!

1.Papaya Salad

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The first entry in our Thailand travel guide is a very famous and traditional dish in Thailand – Som Tum. It hails from the Northeast state of Isaan and is made by putting together chopped papaya, garlic, cherry tomatoes, chilies and green beans. The variety of this dish depends on some parts of Thailand where they add dry shrimp, peanuts or salted crab in the ingredients.

2.Pad Thai

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One of the things to do in Bangkok aside from shopping is devouring the city’s wide range of mouth-watering food and Pad Thai is definitely on the top list!

The goodness of Pad Thai has made its mark in various countries worldwide. It was invented during World War II when the country was undergoing an economic downturn and rice was expensive. Adding some chili powder, sugar or fish sauce makes it a more exciting dish to devour. You can order Pad Thai in any of the restaurants in Bangkok but nothing beats experiencing this Thai local food in the busy streets of the city!

3.Oyster Omelette

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The popularity of the oyster omelette has spread out to tourists that visit the city. This dish was influenced by the Chinese which consists of eggplants and fried mussels. Sprinkle some pepper and sprouts and top it off with chili sauce for the perfect touch!

4.Grilled Chicken

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The roadside stalls are considered as Bangkok attractions which a lot of the tourists come here for. When you want to experience Thailand food culture, the streets of the city is your best bet! Among the most popular Thai food which creates long ques is the grilled chicken.

You can have grilled chicken as your main dish or as an appetizer. It is also common to eat the grilled chicken with rice or pair it with a papaya.

5.Noodle Soup

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Thai noodle soup was a dish influenced by the Chinese. It has a couple of variety, some of which is seafood, veggie, chicken or pork. The veggie noodle soup is our personal favourite, especially when you add some extra mushrooms!

6.Larb Moo

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Larb is a type of meat that is extremely popular in Laos. But the Larb Moo has gained its popularity in Thailand as one of the loved dishes in the country. It is great with fried egg and rice, and you can also have pork, chicken or beef, whichever you prefer. This Bangkok food can be served spicy if you want to, just make sure you can handle the spiciness!

7.Grilled Pork

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Grilled pork’s popularity in Thailand is the same as the Westerners’ steak. So you can just imagine how much grilled pork the country consumes in a day, right? Well Thailand’s grilled pork can definitely compete with the Western’s steak as it is greatly loved by both locals and foreigners that have come to Bangkok. A lot of the locals eat grilled pork before going to work because it is cheap but satisfyingly good!

8.Hainanese Chicken Rice

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Our next entry in our Thailand food guide is a dish that is also loved in countries such as Singapore and Malaysia. The Hainanese Chicken Rice of Thailand, however, is a little different from its neighbouring countries. This Thai local food was adapted from the Chinese and was immediately loved by the Thais. Its spicy version of rice cooked in broth and the tender chicken meat makes for a great meal anytime of the day!

9.Khao Pad Kung or Fried Rice with Shrimp

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Khao Pad or also known as Fried Rice with Shrimp is a staple lunch meal in Thailand. Its simple yet inviting taste is exactly what makes it a popular Bangkok food. Locals add prawns, crabs, chili, and vegetables to make it more delicious! You may opt to choose fried rice with pork or chicken if you’re allergic to shrimp!

10.Pad Ka Prao

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For your Thailand travel, you are sure to try quite a few of the local Thai food. Each one leaving its own memorable taste and the Pad Ka Prao is one of them! The charm of this dish lies in the fried basil, pork, huge chili, some sugar as well as soy sauce and tadah! It’s a Thailand food you won’t ever forget!

11.Pork Satay

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We’re down to the last two entries of Bangkok food in our Thailand travel guide today and this next one is probably the most difficult to find among others!

Pork Satay is influenced by the Muslim halal food. Not a lot of street food vendors in Bangkok sell this gem because it takes several steps to cook pork. But when you stumble upon one, grab the chance and have Thai pork satay! Don’t forget to sprinkle the sauce made with sweet chilies, vinegar, cucumbers, and shallots.

12.Thai-style Omelette

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The cheap yet very delicious Thai-style omelette is a street food staple you have to taste when you fly to Bangkok. It is cooked in a variety of ways, some of which combines eggs together along with fish sauce, seasonings, oyster sauce, lemon juice or milk. They usually put oil until it’s yellowish before they add the pork, shrimp and crab. Vegetables like onion, garlic, peas and carrots are some of the usually included ones.

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Things to do in Thailand: Discover the vibrant and colourful nightlife in Bangkok

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Aside from the adult-theme fun Bangkok was known for years ago, there have been a number of significant changes that moulded the lively and fun reputation of the nightlife in Bangkok everyone raves for.

From lush rooftop bars to the hippest basement clubs and over-the-top theatrical shows, the things to do in Bangkok is countless – leaving you with so many options to keep you entertained all night long.

So if you’re wondering how you can make your Bangkok travel experience one for the books, we have compiled in our Thailand travel guide five tourist attractions you shouldn’t miss to experience the best of the nightlife in Bangkok!

Bangkok night markets

Experience the highlights of the nightlife in Bangkok from these tourist attractions | Nightlife in Bangkok | Travel141Colourful night market of Bangkok

As shopping is one of the things to do in Thailand, you can expect to find the biggest night markets there is in the country. A haven for every shopaholic, Thailand houses some of the trendiest and cheapest finds you can buy.

Selling locally made handicrafts to the most fashionable items and the most classic finds, you will never go empty-handed when you shop at Bangkok night markets.

Dinner cruise on Chao Phraya River

Experience the highlights of the nightlife in Bangkok from these tourist attractions | Nightlife in Bangkok | Travel141Picturesque sunset view while enjoying a cruise on the Chao Phraya River

Kick off a peaceful start to experience the nightlife in Bangkok when you book a dinner cruise on Chao Phraya River.

Travelling past Bangkok tourist attractions such as the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and the golden Rama VIII Bridge, the Apsara Dinner Cruise showcases a relaxing dining experience highlighting delicious Thailand food and the beauty of what Bangkok has to offer.

Towering rooftop bars

Experience the highlights of the nightlife in Bangkok from these tourist attractions | Nightlife in Bangkok | Travel141Cap off your night with a few drinks while enjoying Bangkok’s nightscape

A city that probably has the most rooftop bars in the world, Bangkok’s towering luxury bars are a must when you’re in the city!

Offering stunning views of the Bangkok’s nightscape, these rooftop bars are a favourite of many travellers. Infusing a romantic and cosmopolitan chic, head on to Vertigo – 61 floors above the streets of Bangkok or visit Sky Bar and enjoy the sunset over Chao Phraya River while having a drink or two.

Bangkok clubs

Experience the highlights of the nightlife in Bangkok from these tourist attractions | Nightlife in Bangkok | Travel141Party the night away at Bangkok clubs

Bangkok clubs are one of the reasons why the nightlife in Bangkok is soaring high with tourists and locals.

Party the night away in nightclubs such as Levels Club & LoungeDemo or DND Club that play only the hottest in today’s music scene and serve Thai local food, cocktails and beers.

Bangkok Ladyboy Shows

Katoeys, also known as Thailand ladyboys are some of the world’s most convincing and beautiful transgender. They are highly accepted and embraced in Thailand where some families even believe them to bring good luck.

These ladyboys are the stars in Bangkok ladyboy shows where most of them have had breast implant surgery. And much like the popular Cabaret-like performances, ladyboy shows feature themes such as Hollywood glam, mythical creatures, legends of the Orient and disco diva, complete with extravagant production design and costumes.

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Dig into what Thailand food culture has to offer at Siam Wisdom Cuisine!

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Thailand is a country where social gatherings are made special with delicious and mouth-watering cuisine. And we’re not just talking about ordinary dishes but Thai local food that perfectly reflects the rich flavours and history of Thailand food culture.

As a country that knows exactly what great food tastes like, it is no wonder that one of the things to do in Thailand is to eat! And the same can be said about Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok.

Bangkok is one of the most favoured destinations in the country. It is filled with local restaurants and street-side vendors where one can easily sample a taste of local Bangkok food. But with so many choices, it can be quite difficult to know which one is worth the try.

Fret no more as we present to you the charming fine-dining restaurant Siam Wisdom in our Thai food guide today.           

Siam Wisdom

A Bangkok travel experience isn’t without a taste of authentic and delicious Bangkok food. Fortunately, a visit to local restaurant Siam Wisdom can give you just that.

Sample Thailand food culture’s best at Bangkok restaurant Siam Wisdom | Thailand Food Culture | Travel141Siam Wisdom’s beautiful and homey outdoor setting | Photo Courtesy: Siam Wisdom

Siam Wisdom is the brain child of celebrity Chef Chumpol Jangprai. With his passion to bring out the best in Thailand food culture, he takes pride in serving the best food in Thailand as set menus and ala carte served in Siam Wisdom, a restaurant set in traditional Thai house.

 

Set menus of Siam Wisdom lets guests choose among their classic, ancient and innovative dishes all of which are presented through beautiful handmade pottery.

Sample Thailand food culture’s best at Bangkok restaurant Siam Wisdom | Thailand Food Culture | Travel141Each dish is made from the freshest ingredients | Photo Courtesy: Siam Wisdom

Using only the freshest ingredients to produce quality Thai local food, Siam Wisdom makes sure that every serving of Bangkok food is of premium quality and showered with Thailand food culture’s flavour and goodness.

For customers looking to end the day with a few drinks, Siam Wisdom’s cocktails have got you covered. Sponsored by Mekhong and Singha, cocktail choices such as Num Dokmai Margarita (rum, mango and triple sec), hai Noon (vodka, lemongrass, lime, coconut syrup and ginger ale) and Hoegaarden, as well as Singha Beer, await customers.

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Bangkok Food Scene: 5 Best restaurants for healthy & organic food

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Travelling to Thailand means a great amount of Bangkok food is waiting to be devoured. From street food favourites to luxury restaurants’ Thailand food best-sellers, the array of Thai local food is bountiful. But how much of these cuisines are healthy and organic?

For people leaning towards starting a wholesome living, it can be quite difficult to pinpoint restaurants in Thailand that would give them the healthy options they want. But worry no more as we at Travel141 – your ultimate Thailand travel guide –have compiled hidden gems that are ideal for healthy green eaters.

Taking the spotlight in today’s Thai food guide are 5 best restaurants for healthy and organic Bangkok food.

Na Aroon

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Start eating healthy with Na Aroon’s vegetarian food | Photo Courtesy: Ariyasom

The first in our Thailand travel blog today is a traditional restaurant housed in a small charming hotel.

Tucked away at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 1 is a small boutique hotel called Ariyasom Villa. Inside this traditional Bangkok hotel is Na Aroon – one of the best healthy local restaurants in Bangkok.

With their philosophy of healthy, tasty and organic vegetarian food, Na Aroon’s menu comprises of Thailand food culture’s best and some healthy western dishes. Along with good quality oils, soy sauces, vinegars, fresh organic fruits and vegetables, Na Aroon continues to provide delicious and healthy Bangkok food.

Address: Sukhumvit 1 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours:
6:30PM – 10:30PM

Paste Bangkok

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141A perfect choice for a lunch meal | Photo Courtesy: Paste Bangkok

Award winning Australian chef Jason Bailey along with his Thai partner Bongkoch “Bee” Satongun are both acclaimed for their Thai restaurants in Australia. But the two have decided to take their passion for delicious healthy food in Bangkok and started one of the famous Bangkok attractions – Paste.

Each serving of Paste’s Bangkok food highlights original Thai flavours and textures. Using only fresh produce sourced from provinces, local farms and forests, Paste assures guests a wholesome and flavourful culinary experience.

Address: 3rd Floor, Gaysorn, 999 Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Bangkok, Thailand 10330
Opening Hours:
12:00PM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 11:00PM

Khun Churn

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Khun Churn Vegetarian Restaurant in Bangkok | Photo Courtesy: Khun Churn Facebook Page

Sporting a classy yet casual atmosphere, Khun Churn which is originally from Chiang Mai is a vegetarian restaurant situated in Bangkok’s less crowded place – Bangkok Madiplex.

Khun Churn serves some northern Thai dishes – some of the best food in Thailand – such as nam prik noom chili dip. To keep everything healthy and organic, Khun Chrun substitutes brown rice instead of white rice and uses non-dairy cereal cream instead of coconut milk for all their curries.

A recommended dish from their menu is the larb northeastern spicy salads.

Address: G/F, Bangkok Mediplex Bldg, Sukhumvit Soi 42, Bangkok,
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 9:00PM

May Kaidee’s

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Beautifully prepared healthy option from May Kaidee’s | Photo Courtesy: May Kaidee’s Thai Vegetarian & Vegan Experience

What started out as a backpacker’s vegetarian café serving the masses on Khao San Road, May Kaidee’s has now grown into two more branches located in Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

Get ready for a full-blown vegan experience at May Kaidee’s and enjoy a feast of healthy greenery that feeds the soul.

May Kaidee’s never uses MSG and replaces fish sauce with soy sauce. The menu has been altered to fit the taste of foreign dishes but not forgetting to serve only healthy Bangkok food. May Kaidee’s is also popular for its cooking class and an app dedicated to healthy cooking.

Address: 59 Tanao Road, Bang-lam-phu, Bangkok, Thailand 10200
Opening Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM

Rasayana Retreat

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Satisfy your daily cravings with a serving of Rasayana Retreat’s healthy meals | Photo Courtesy: Rasaya Retreat

Offering not just organic Thai dishes but taking healthy cuisine to a whole new level, Rasayana Retreat offers a complete and whole new approach to healthy living. Rasayana Retreat is a holistic centre specializing in rejuvenating programs for a healthy, mind and soul. Its café houses organic meals such as Thai pasta made from zucchini and coconut flesh, while their eggplant lasagne is a mixture of avocado sauce, zucchini, marinated eggplant and marinara.

Healthy desserts, soups and salads also grace their menu.

Address: 59 Tanao Road, Bang-lam-phu, Bangkok, Thailand 10200
Opening Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM

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Laemgate: 30 years of serving delectable Thailand food and fresh platter of seafood

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Spicy and delectable with just the right amount of flavour, different types of Thailand food has always been the star of Thai food guides. If you’ve browsed through Bangkok food blogs, you’ll come to realize that the best food in Thailand is in this bustling city.

It’s also no surprise that one of the best things to do in Bangkok is to feast on these well-cooked dishes. To keep you on-track with your Bangkok travel itinerary, why not start with this Thailand tourist attraction that’s been around for three decades?

Laemgate’s flavourful Thailand food and the freshest seafood for your satisfaction | Thailand Food| Travel141Laemgate continues its legacy of serving the best food in Thailand | Photo Courtesy: Laemgate Facebook Page

With its 30-year history of serving the freshest seafood buffet and local Thailand food, it’s safe to say that Laemgate has maintained its charm and flare in providing only the best food in Thailand.

From the countless flavourful dishes of the Thailand food culture to the mouth-watering platter of seafood, you are sure to leave this Bangkok attraction full and satisfied.

Laemgate’s flavourful Thailand food and the freshest seafood for your satisfaction | Thailand Food| Travel141Circus inspired theme of Laemgate’s interior | Photo Courtesy: Laemgate Facebook Page

The design of Laemgate takes inspiration from a circus – having a huge carousel that is displayed from the ceiling while staffs are dressed in lavish outfit inspired by the French fashion. The whimsical interior of this restaurant playfully compliments the raging flavour of Thailand food and fresh seafood they bring to their buffet tables.

 

Catering to 250 diners, Laemgate ensures only quality ingredients are used to prepare the signature Thai local food while the juiciest fresh catch for the day are cooked to perfection.

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Address: 2/F, 349 SJ Infinite One Business Complex, Vibhavadi Rungsit Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok
Opening Hours:
Wed-Mon: 11:30am-1pm, 1:30-3pm, 5:30-7pm, 7:30-9pm, Closed Tuesday

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Taste authentic and flavourful Bangkok food from these top 5 restaurants!

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Bangkok food is one of the highlights of Thailand’s bustling capital city. Walking through its busy streets, it is difficult not to get distracted with the oozing aroma of Bangkok food being prepared by the restaurants lined up. Rich flavours and fresh ingredients blend perfectly well as they fill the air with delicious scents that lure tourists and locals to the nearest restaurant.

With the variety of food choices, it’s no wonder that one of the best things to do in Bangkok is to binge eat delectable Thai food. Therefore, it is extremely helpful to stay at a Bangkok hotel located near local restaurants for easier access.

Perfectly capturing the rich Thailand food culture, complete your Bangkok travel experience by dining at any of the local restaurants featured in our Thai food guide today and taste authentic and flavourful Bangkok food.

Thip Samai Pad Thai

Top 5 restaurants to taste delicious Bangkok food | Bangkok Food | Travel141Famous Thai local food, Pad Thai

Thim Samai Pad Thai, one of the best local restaurants in the streets of Bangkok, deserves to be on the top list of Thai food guides. Also known as Ghost Gate (Pratu Pee), Thip Samai Pad Thai is considered to serve the best Pad Thai in Bangkok. Only using fresh ingredients and proportions big enough to keep you full, expect a long queue waiting in line to be seated, but rest assured that the wait will be worth it.

Address: 313 Mahachai Road, Old City (Near Wat Saket)
Opening Hours: 
10 am – 10 pm

Wattana Panich Restaurant

Top 5 restaurants to taste delicious Bangkok food | Bangkok Food | Travel141Indulge in this delectable Bangkok food – Thai beef noodles

The gigantic stewing pot at the entrance of Wattana Panich Restaurant makes it easy to notice this Bangkok restaurant. As you pass by, you can find braised beef with gravy and flavouring being cooked in the large stewing pot. Wattana Panich Restaurant serves Bangkok food that ranges from 80 baht to 100 baht. Customers also have an option to order a tenderer goat meat for 200 baht. Whichever beef noodles you order from their menu won’t disappoint you.

Address: 336 Ekkamai Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road
Opening Hours: 
10 am – 10 pm

Lek Seafood Silom

Top 5 restaurants to taste delicious Bangkok food | Bangkok Food | Travel141Tom Yum Soup made from fresh ingredients

Underneath Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain Station is where you can taste exceptional seafood served by Lek Seafood Silom. Different generations of its loyal customers and the flock of office workers can attest to the flair of the Bangkok food served at Lek Seafood Silom. Some of the must-try dishes from its menu are chilli crab, steamed catfish in lime and chilli and spicy and sour tom yum seafood soup.

Lek Seafood Silom keeps the mood local with its plastic chairs, stainless steel tables and ice cold beers. The menu is in English and all the staff speak English so ordering at Lek Seafood Silom won’t be a problem.

Address: Underneath the Chong Nonski BTS Skytrain Station
Opening Hours: 
5 pm – 1 am

Sabai Jai Gai Yang

Top 5 restaurants to taste delicious Bangkok food | Bangkok Food | Travel141Savour the tender and juicy Bangkok food grilled chicken

Craving for a tender, juicy and flavourful chicken? The star of Sabai Jai Gai Yang’s menu is the highly recommended grilled chicken. Also, stars in their own way are other dishes including pork larb, fresh papaya salad and grilled liver.

You can also sing the night away with Sabai Jai Gai Yang’s karaoke rooms and live bands on weekends.

Address: Ekkamai Soi 1, Sukhumvit Road
Opening Hours: 
10 am – 12 am

Kuang Heng Kaiton Pratunam

Top 5 restaurants to taste delicious Bangkok food | Bangkok Food | Travel141Tickle your taste buds with the chicken rice meal’s rich flavours

Last but definitely not the least in our Thailand travel guide of best restaurants in Bangkok is Kuang Heng Kaiton Pratunam.

This Bangkok restaurant has gained a loyal following for serving outstanding Thai local food. A perfect break from your Bangkok shopping spree, let the soft, steamed chicken with rice served with cucumber and chicken broth soup fill your tummies with just the right flavour and tingle to your taste buds.

Thailand food steamed chicken on rice is an anytime meal for locals which is why Kuang Heng Kaiton Pratunam is opened the whole day and only closes a few hours in the morning.

Address: Petchburi Soi 30 (Near the intersection with Ratchaprarop)
Opening Hours: 
5 am – 2 am

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Thailand Food Guide: 5 Dishes You Shouldn’t Dare Miss

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Driven with passion and love for fine cuisines, Thais have long been proud of the delectable and exotic flavours of Thailand food. Their delightful, zesty and flavourful dishes have captured the hearts and taste buds of people from around the globe. In fact, Thai food is also considered as one of the world’s healthiest cuisines.

With the Thailand food culture’s popularity, it is no surprise that one of the best things to do in Bangkok is to binge eat mouth-watering Thai food.

Let today’s Thai food guide show you that when in Bangkok, food adventures should be a priority too! Check out the five most delectable Thai local foods that you shouldn’t dare exclude in your Bangkok travel itinerary.

Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup)

You should try the top 5 Thailand food before leaving Bangkok | Thailand food | Travel141Taste the classic sour-spicy-hot flavour of tom yum soup

Oozing with the quintessential Thai aroma, Tom Yum Goong offers the classic sour-spicy-hot Thailand taste. This dish’s signature flavour is courtesy of an invigorating blend of chili, lime leaves, lime juice, shallots, lemon grass, galangal and fish sauce.

Pad Thai (Thai style Fried Noodles)

You should try the top 5 Thailand food before leaving Bangkok | Thailand food | Travel141Delight in the tasteful Stir fried Pad Thai

Probably the most famous dish in the country, Pad Thai is perhaps the most loved Thailand food. You can choose to have thin, small or wide noodles to be mixed with crunchy beansprouts, egg and onion. For a tastier flavour, you can add some condiments such as fish sauce, chili powder, sugar and ground peanuts.

 

Tom Kha Gai (Chicken in Coconut Soup)

You should try the top 5 Thailand food before leaving Bangkok | Thailand food | Travel141Savour the sweet fragrant mixture of the Tom Kha Gai

Infused with small-sliced galangal, chilies, lemongrass, crush shallots and strips of tender chicken, Tom Kha Gai is a milder version of the Tom Yum Goong. Be ready to be wowed by the sweet fragrant mixture of the Tom Kha Gai, which is usually topped off with fresh lime leaves.

Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Fried Basil and Pork)

You should try the top 5 Thailand food before leaving Bangkok | Thailand food | Travel141Discover what makes the fried basil and pork one of the most popular Thailand food

In Thailand, fried basil and pork is one of the most popular dishes. Usually topped with egg, pad krapow moo saap is made of pork, green beans, basil leaves, large chili and sugar. Note that pad krapow moo saap is often eaten with lots of chili. You can ask for a less spicy version if you can’t handle extra spicy dishes.

Yam Nua (Spicy Beef Salad)

You should try the top 5 Thailand food before leaving Bangkok | Thailand food | Travel141Have a taste of the yummy mixture of the fresh ingredients in the Yam Nua

Popularly known as “yam” in Thailand, this spicy beef salad deserves a spot in the “Salad Hall of Fame.” Why? It’s fresh and tasty thanks to the yummy mixture of coriander, spearmint, onion, dried chili, lime and beef.

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