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Sukhumvit Soi 38

Daily from 6 pm till late -

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.v replica watches Here you will eat on the street at a wobbly metal table with cars dodging the carts and stalls that line the road and the occasional friendly soi dog jogging by looking hopefully for some scraps. Open from 18:00 until the early hours of the morning, there are plenty of eating options along this busy street. The food is tasty, cheap and arrives quickly, and most menus are in English making it easy to make your choice. Unlike some street food stalls, those on soi 38 are pretty hygienic and the ingredients are fresh – an extra plus point!

Like many food streets you can grab a table anywhere along soi 38 and order from a selection of stalls. The owners don’t mind, and friendly staff will even run your other dishes over to your table. Although street food on soi 38 has become popular with visitors to Bangkok, it has stayed in favour with locals as well. Sometimes they dine by the road, and occasionally you will see the driver of an extremely swanky car jump out to grab some take-away dishes for their backseat passengers. The road changes throughout the night, with some restaurants only open till 20:00 and then other stalls not setting up until 22:00.

Getting There:

by BTS skytrain Asoke Station (End of Sukhumvit soi 38 near the BTS)


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