Bangkok is a melting pot of cuisines. You can find delicious Japanese food, western food and of course Thai food. I love everything about Thai cuisine – the spiciness, the sourness with a tinge of sweetness. It’s just so appetising that you crave for more. If you are heading to Bangkok anytime soon, do check out the foods listed below.
Nara Thai Cuisine
Verdict: One of the best thai food I’ve ever had. It’s slightly pricey but you are paying for the quality.
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Tom yum soup – so tasty so it is filled with seafood.
Vermicelli salad – The best I’ve ever had.
Green curry – Loved it so much that I drank every drop of it.
Pandan chicken – Succulent and delicious. Simply cooked to perfection.
Duck curry – It was nice but I preferred the green curry.
Next to Pantip Plaza, The Computer City
Verdict: The perfect way to experience Bangkok is to dine like the locals. Delicious and cheap street food away from the tourists.
Don’t look down on their fried eggs. It’s delicious
Light and fluffy omelette, the perfect breakfast.
This stall was selling the best ‘kuehs’ I’ve had. It was so good!
Deep fried pork – not a fan of it
We found a beef noodle stall there which serves delicious noodles.
One must try the thai coconut – very refreshing. The perfect remedy for a hot afternoon.
Chatuchak weekend market
Verdict: Other than Platinum mall, Chatuchak weekend market is the place to go if you are looking for arts and crafts, clothes, shoes… you name it, you can find it there. There are lots of delicious street food such as coconut ice cream, red ruby that you can buy and munch along. This place is a must visit!
The coconut ice cream is a must have at Chatuchak!
This red ruby doesn’t taste good. I won’t recommend it
Delicious satay selling on the streets
This toasted bread can be found at JJ section 4 ski 48. They sell in packets where you can bring back. It tastes good!
Crispy noodles – one of the best I’ve had
Pork and garlic rice.
Pad thai – so yums!
Chicken ball noodles
Central World 7/F
Verdict: I found the food as almost good as Nara and it’s cheaper too. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Tom yum soup
Stir fried beef with vermicelli
Siam Paragon food hall
Rama 1 Rd, Pathumwan
991, Bangkok 10330
Verdict: If you are looking for food to bring home for your family and friends, then this is the place to go. The supermarket and food hall with a wide variety of all sorts of thai snacks, spices, noodles. What’s more, there are free samples there for you to try before you make a decision on what to buy.
This is one of my favourite snacks to buy home. Rice crisps with pork floss or sesame seeds. Absolutely delicious!
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Very expensive but very good durian!
Lookchoop! My favourite! It’s a must try!
Liu sa bao – It’s a little too sweet for me but not too bad.
This is a popular snack in Thailand. Not sure what it is called though but you’ll see it everywhere.
I didn’t like the sausage at all. Very fattening and oily.
This was absolutely not to my liking. It’s like sour vermicelli stuffed inside. Tastes so weird.
Central Chidlom 3 FL
02-254-9137 & 02-254-9138
Verdict: If you are looking for good quality Japanese food, then this is the place to go.
Thanon Inthra Phon
Bangkok, Thailand 10310
Verdict: Delicious Yakiniku barbecue buffet all for just 530baht (SGD22). The meat selection was good and they serve huge prawns. It’s so good that I would go back there again.