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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the famous places for street food in Bangkok?

Abhishek Sharma DEC 10 2012
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Tingling spicy noodles, steaming porridges, juiciest of chicken, oyster omelets, the streets at Bangkok sizzle with some of the best tasting food in the whole of Asia. Not content with a special cuisine for itself, Thailand seems to be on some sort of food revolution and its effects are unquestionably at their evident best at Bangkok. Don’t forget to savour the food at:

  • Nai Mong Hoy Tod

As surprising as it may sound for a dish, oyster omelets are actually served here. Hailed as one of the most amazing delicacy of Bangkok streets, Nai Mong Hoy Tod has got the recipe just right, offering the choice of either mussel or oyster. Take note, you won’t get oysters that are as crunchy as these anywhere else.

A plate of oysters costs around 70 Baht per plate.

Timings: 11 am to 1.30 am

Address: 539 Thanon Phlap Phla Chai



Telephone: +66-02-6231890

  • Bamee Slow

If all the roaming around gets you ravenous, walk up to Bamee Slow to gorge at the most delicious egg noodles that you would have ever tasted. With a chinese twist, noodles come steaming hot in giant bowls that will have you drooling. Try the ones that come with topped pork and you are in for a delightful time. With a set of ardent foodies for its followers that are always in waiting, Bamee Slow is a place that you ought to reach some 30 minutes before you get those hunger pangs!  

A bowl of noodles here comes for 60 Baht.

Timings: 8.30 pm to 3 am

Address: Ekamai Soi 19



  • Soi Polo Fried Chicken

Herbs, beans and two exotic sauces, throw in the juiciest chicken that you can get and there you go! Chicken is an affair to remember at Soi Polo Fried Chicken, something that’s more than just evident with the long queues that you have here. Other must tries are curried fish cakes, som tum and rice. This’ll be an affair to remember.

Address:137/1-2 Soi Polo



  • Jay Fai

Crab Omelet as its signature dish, Jay Fai beckons you from a distance. More on the crab side than eggs, you’ll find these omelets too tasty too be true. Needless to say, only the freshest and healthiest of the crab can crawl their way to the cooking stoves at Jay Fai!

A crab omelet will leave your pocket dented by some 800 Baht.

Address: 137/1-2 Soi Polo



If you are still scouring for the best of seafood, don’t forget to barge into Samosas, Khao Mok Gai, Guaythiew Pik Gai Sai Nampung, Anamai, Gobu Rot Sing and Nam Kaeng Sai Khun Muk. Life and food are two words that stand synonymous to each other in the streets of Bangkok. After all, it’s not for nothing that this city is hailed as the street food factory of the world.  

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