Bangkok Food

When you think of nations that have some of the world’s most delicious cuisine, one of the first locations that springs to mind is Thailand.

The reputation of Bangkok’s street cuisine is so well-known that CNN has ranked the city as having the absolute finest street food of any city in the world. It is not difficult to locate excellent Bangkok food. Simply make your way to any one of the city’s several culinary enclaves or markets and you’ll be sure to encounter stalls where vendors who are preparing mouth-watering platters of Thai dishes such as pad Thai and hoy tod.

It makes no difference where you are in Bangkok; whether you are in a street stall or one of the city’s most upscale restaurants, one thing is for certain: Bangkok’s dynamic food scene never fails to impress. Crispy pork, deep-fried omelette, and pad Thai lobster are among the most well-known dishes to come out of Bangkok’s kitchens.

>Crispy Pork – This is without a doubt the most exciting part of the eating experience since it is cut into bite-sized pieces, and the layers of the belly are plainly and pleasantly visible.

Deep-Fried Omelette – Thai chefs have perfected the art of deep-frying eggs with a delicacy called kai jeow, which is a puffy, crackly street meal that is defined by air pockets throughout and a skirt of crispy wisps.

>Pad Thai Lobster – Adding lobster to this version of one of the most popular Thai noodles is a great way to bring out sweet flavours from both sides.

>Chicken in Coconut Soup – The rich flavour of this traditional Thai soup dish comes from the use ingredients that are synonymous with Thai cuisine, such as coconut milk, ginger, lemongrass, onion, tomato, spicy herbs and roots, chile paste, chicken fillet, and mushroom.

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