7 Must Try Street Foods in Bangkok

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Are you planning a trip to Bangkok recently? Then you must know Bangkok is synonymous to street food. Yes, the street food of Bangkok is world famous and everyone who visits Bangkok has tried any of these mouthwatering delicacies at least once. Here is a list of seven such must-try street foods from Bangkok.

Gai Tod

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In English Gai means Chicken and Tod means Fried

This Thai Fried Chicken tastes heavenly. The secret of this mouthwatering dish lies in the marinating ingredients and batter and a single piece is always not enough.

Where to find this

You will find this in Pratunam, outside Central World, Silom.

Moo Ping

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In English Moo means Pork and Ping means Grilled

This delicious Thai dish makes use of traditional charcoal heat to cook the pork. The end result of Moo Ping is sweet, juicy and warm roasted pork meat. A particular stall, Moo Ping Hea Owen is endorsed by the locals, but you may find good ones around the Pratunam Market.

Where to find this

You will find this in Silom Soi Convent, Central Embassy or any other Street Food places.

Kanom Kai Nok Krata

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In English Kanom means Snack and Kai Nok Krata means Quail Eggs; in this case, the size of the balls is equivalent to the size of a quail’s egg

The sweet potato balls are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It is so delicious that no one is going to stop after eating just one. Bangkok is the best place for it.

Where to find this

You will find this in Pratunam, outside Central World, Silom

Pandan Sweetmeat or Kueh (Kanom Krok Bai Toey)

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Kanom means Snack; Krok means Mortar; the food is cooked in a cast iron pan which looks like mortar; Bai Toey means Pandan

This snack is healthier as it is not fried. Pandan kueh is warm, soft and chewy with a pillow texture.

Where to find this

You will find this in Siam Square, Wang Lang Market

Kanom Bueang

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Kanom means Snack and Bueang means Pancake

This is a thin and crispy snack. There are different varieties of this crispy pancake.  There are different fillings sweet or savory; different toppings used in it like shredded coconut, chopped scallions or fried eggs or egg yolks.

Where to find this

You will find this in MBK Level 4, Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin, Asiatique.

Grilled Honey Roast Pork (Locally Moo Yang)

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Moo means Pork and Yang means Roast

The best honey roasted pork chop in Bangkok can be found in a hidden shop in Chatuchak Weekend Market. All the flavors are reserved in the meat which makes it soft sweet, and tender.

Where to find this

You will find this in Moo Yang Nam Peung, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Area 22, Soi 4.

Fried Banana Pancake / Prata (Roti Gluay)

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Roti means Dough or Pancake or Prata and Gluay means Banana

This Banana Prata is topped with condensed milk and this made them even sweeter. If you are not a condensed milk lover then you have options like honey, nutella, chocolate, coconut, sugar and a lot more. The parats are Light, crispy and delicious.

Where to find this

You will find this in Street Food places, Pratunam, Khao San, Silom.

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