Foodies Around The World Talk About Bangkok’s Street Food Culture, And Rightly So. Every Resident Has A Favorite Stall And A Favorite Dish, And Many An Argument Has Started Over A Conversation About Who Has The Best Sauce, The Tastiest Noodles, The Finest Broth Or The Most Delicious Roast Beast.
But While There Are Plenty Of Stalls On Plenty Of Streets, There Are Only A Few Really Standout Neighborhoods With A Sparkling Collection Of Sois And Alleys Full Of Different Eating Options. You Can Find The Most Famous Strret Food In This Page.
Khao San Road
Hear us out on this one. This beastly, infamous tangle of roads, sois and alleys populated with a startling variety of examples of the human race is also one of the best places to tuck in.
True, much of it is watered-down to appeal...
Silom – Soi Convent And Soi 20
Silom is the central business district of Bangkok, and the only reason that’s important is because that means a lot of people; and in Thailand that translates into a lot of food!
Beginning at Sala Daeng, a walk down Silom thr...
Sukhumvit Soi 38
Sukhumvit Soi 38 offers a great initiation into Thai street food. Located only a few steps from the BTS at Thong Lor, it is a real contrast with the smarter restaurants that line Sukhumvit Road. Here you will eat on the street at a wobbly metal table with cars dodging...
Tha Phra Chang Pier
If there’s one food rule in Thailand, it’s that the area surrounding any university will be a gastronomic gold mine.
This little cluster of sois and restaurants on the river at the end of Phra Chan Road and beside Thamm...
Around this monument to a brief 1941 scuffle between Thai and French forces in Indo-China lies a maze of side-streets and alleys crammed with all kinds of food.
One particularly good stop, just northeast of the monument at the end ...
There’s a form of natural-selection that takes place in Yaowarat; The mediocre are weeded out and ONLY the best street food survives.
There’s no denying that Bangkok’s famed Chinatown, known as Yaowarat, offers so...