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Best dishes to try in Bangkok – Time to expand your palate

In the preparation of Thai food, no flavour is overlooked. Among Thailand's most popular dishes, spicy, sour, sweet, salty, and bitter flavours are virtually always present. It doesn't matter if you're looking for street cuisine or fine dining, Bangkok's food culture has something for everyone.


Som Tum

It's hard to go to Thailand without trying the famed green papaya salad. This delectable salad is made with a variety of ingredients, including garlic, sugar, fish sauce, lime juice, and tamarind juice. The perfect Thai supper includes all of these ingredients, plus finely chopped green papaya and carrots, as well as chiles, peanuts, tomatoes, and sticky rice.


Tom Yum Goong

Lemongrass, galangal, ginger, lime leaves and mushrooms are just a few of the ingredients that make up this delicious soup. Tom Yum Goong, which translates to "shrimp," can be eaten with chicken or as a vegetarian dish. Although this meal can be found in many kitchens around the world, it is most popular in Thailand.


Pad Thai

Even if you've tasted a fake version of pad Thai before, the real one in Bangkok is unbeatable, and you won't find it anywhere else. Pad Thai is a difficult recipe to make since each ingredient must be carefully combined. To ensure that Pad Thai is hot and flavourful, it must be made fast.
It is especially important if you are in a hotel in Bangkok Sukhumvit such as the Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel to try this dish at its pinnacle.


Kao Niew Mamuang

Mango sticky rice is found on practically every street in Bangkok, and if you have a sweet tooth, you won't be able to resist it! Cooked coconut milk with sugar and salt is then poured over freshly produced sticky rice. Mangoes are peeled, cut, and placed on the warm dish when the milk has cooled. While nutritionally lacking, its deliciousness makes up for it.


Khao Soi

This isn't your average bowl of ramen. Though it is said to have emerged in Myanmar, Khao Soi, a northern Thai dish, has gained worldwide acclaim thanks to the infusion of Thai flavours. Cooked in a creamy coconut-based curry are chicken, beef, pork, or tofu. Adding yellow egg noodles, cilantro, and deep-fried noodles makes this noodle soup unlike any other you've ever tasted!


Tom Kha Gai

All of these delectable Thai dishes feature coconut milk as a base ingredient. Cooked chicken breasts are infused with lemongrass, ginger, and other aromatics in this velvety coconut milk soup. During your time in Bangkok, you won't want to miss trying this delectable delicacy.


Pad See Eiu

When it comes to noodle dishes, Pad Thai is undoubtedly the most famous in Thailand, but stir-fried flat noodles or pad see eiu, are a close second in terms of flavour. While the meat is cooking, the other ingredients—soy sauce, garlic, eggs, and noodles—come together to make a flavourful dish.


Kaeng Mus Sa Mun

The delectable massaman curry is the best among Thailand's many curries. Perfectly cooked potato, onion, and coconut milk go into the massaman curry paste. After the sauce has thickened and become flavourful, it is poured over the rice.