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Best Street Food Stalls in Bangkok – Explore food lovers’ paradise

Your visit to Bangkok would be void if you’ve missed savouring its scrumptious food or sit on a street-side to eat some its mouthwatering delicacies. Here are some top places to taste delicious Thai dishes.

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Bangrak

A quintessential Thai dining experience that you should not miss! The Bangrak Cafe is a hip and fashionable place to eat in Bangkok, rather modest in size but serving up amazing Thai food. The food here is always fresh and delicious with highlights like red chicken curry, chicken wings, chicken cashews, and shrimps covered in crisp bacon.

 

Bamee Sawang

Bamee Sawang is the place to go for the best noodle soup in the city! The egg noodle preparation is done by hand in the restaurant itself, which uses traditional wood stoves rather than the usual gas stoves. For authentic Thai cuisine, this restaurant is undoubtedly one of the best places to go. If you’re staying at a serviced apartment in Sukhumvit Bangkok the likes of Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok, it’s a 19-minute drive to this restaurant.

 

Ratchawat Market

If you would love to try traditional cuisine in Thailand but street food style then you need to head to Ratchawat Market and Sriyan Market as they have some beautifully cooked Roast Duck and Kode beef noodles from traditional Thai cuisine.

Bang Khun Non

If you wish for a decent and calm street food experience then Banh Khun Non is the place for you as the street food vendors have high standards when it comes to the food they serve, the quality of service and even the cleanliness and the crowd maintenance at the stalls.

 

Damon Starky is a creative nomadic travel writer, who is well informed and experienced on a wide range of interests that would connect to the needs of any type of traveler. Google+

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