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Top 5 Thai Restaurants in Bangkok - For an Authentic Foodie Trip

Food is something that has a huge influence during a trip, and when you are on a vacation in Bangkok, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to yummy dishes. Read on to know of the top authentic eateries in Bangkok for your convenience.


Thip Samai Pad Thai

A hero amongst the most prominent eateries around the local area, this is a definite place you must have on your list on the off chance that you are stumped on deciding where to eat in Bangkok. Locally known as the Ghost Gate, this spot flaunts the best Pad Thai in Bangkok, and if the reviews are anything to go by, all is yummy and good. Made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients, the food served here is tasty and isn't slimy like at other major Thai spots. The opening times are from 5 pm until 1 am the following day, and during the weekends, the diner opens earlier as well.


Jae Fai Restaurant

If you need to taste authentic Thai food with no hassle at all, Jae Fai is the place to go. The renowned dish here is the scrambled crab omelette, and if you eat it with the steamed noodles, you will be in a gastronomic paradise. Opening at 5 pm daily, this restaurant is located near the aforementioned Thip Samai Pad Thai.


Wattana Panich Restaurant

The Wattana Panich can't be missed if you stroll along Ekkamai Road. Still maintaining the look and vibe of an old eatery, this spot has a gigantic stewing pot which always appears to have something bubbling within it, while the woman at the shop mixes it constantly. Ask for a bowl of noodles, and in the event that you don't eat meat; go for the veggies. Each dish they serve here is cherished by anyone who eats here, so you will enjoy everything here, regardless of what dish you order.


Lek Seafood Silom

Found only a few minutes from stays like Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, this is a one amongst the best Bangkok Thai dining places to go to if you crave seafood fish dishes. At this café, you'd be in utter confusion as to whether you are eating in the middle of the road or inside a local restaurant. This is because the Lek Seafood Silom is a small shop situated under the BTS Skytrain Station. They utilize a great deal of stew in the almost all of their dishes; and if you know you can't deal with the heat and crowd, it's better to skip this eatery.


Sabai Jai Gai Yang

For a decent and comfortable dinner that you can appreciate while you people watch, this is the ultimate place to be in. Named after their most famous dish, when you go to this eatery, the flame-broiled chicken is an absolute necessity have. Different things you can request are their serving of mixed greens, fat pork, and flame grilled liver. Sabai Jai Gai Yang is open from 10 am and closes only at 11 pm, additionally, you can also walk in for a late breakfast, lunch or early dinner when in that part of Bangkok. This eatery is also on Ekkamai Road, similar to the Wattana Panich Restaurant.