Archive for Street Food

Khao Soi Lum Duan Fah Haam

Khao Soi is a trifecta of Burmese, Laotian and Northern Thai flavors brought together in an unforgettably tasty yellow curry noodle soup. Lots of shops in Bangkok claim to serve authentic northern Khao Soi, however, since [...]

Sukhumvit Soi 38

Street food in Thailand is something unique. Trekking throughout city, it’s hard to miss the ‘shift changes’ as day and night vendors position their carts at their chosen locations to capitalize on the constant foot traffic. [...]

Kra Pao Moo Kai Dao

It didn’t take long after arriving in Thailand to learn how common it is to grab a meal right on the street. A restaurant shortage is far from the cause. Rather it’s the ease of finding [...]

Polo Fried Chicken

Fried chicken and garlic….if you want it Bangkok’s got it. From 7-11 store fronts to Sky-Train station landings to sidewalks in business areas; Thai street vendors fry some of the tastiest fried chicken and garlic on [...]

Guay Theaw Moo

From Soi 1 to 101, Sukhumvit Road is lined with vendors selling just about everything you can imagine to eat. The most prominent Thai staples for sale are fried chicken, som tam (papaya salad), curries and [...]

Lung Sawai

I’m no expert, but I’m pretty sure there are only a hand full of places where one can get a top quality meal while watching the chef prepare your entrees in the kitchen. Bangkok, with its [...]

Bangkok’s Best Pad Thai

Pad Thai is one of Thailand’s most popular dishes and can be found easily at many street vendors throughout the country. When I first arrived in Thailand pad thai or fried rice were go to dishes, [...]