Your visit to Thailand would not be complete without sampling some of the delectable Thai street foods. Irrespective of your preferences, you are likely to find dishes that appeal to your taste buds.

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Pad See Eiw

This delicious Thai dish features broad rice noodles that have been stir-fried with dark soy sauce as well as chicken, beef or pork and cabbage or Chinese broccoli. Pad see eiw happens to be a hearty comforting dish that will make you feel full and satisfied. If you desire more spiciness, you could also add chilli flakes or vinegar to the dish.

Kluay Tod

Kluay tod is a delightful Thai street food that could be enjoyed as a dessert or snack. It consists of small, not fully ripe bananas that are deep-fried within a batter of sesame seeds and desiccated coconut, creating a delectable sweet treat. An accommodation choice to consider where you could base yourself whilst experiencing Thai street foods would be The Park at EM District where you could stay at a serviced apartment in Bangkok; monthly rent must be paid for such long-stay accommodation.

Pad Kra Pao

This popular Thai dish features minced chicken or pork that has been stir-fried along with chillies and Thai basil; this preparation is then served on white rice. You will find that the chillies spice up the dish whilst the Thai basil provides a peppery sharp flavour. Often, a fried egg and cuts of chicken accompany this dish.

Som Tam

A dish that enjoys great popularity in Thailand, som tam comes in different variations. Basically, this dish features shredded green papaya, carrots, tomatoes, dried shrimp, peanuts, string beans, garlic, sugar, fish sauce, a generous amount of chillies and lime juice. The result is a zesty and flavourful dish, to say the least!