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5 Best street food spots in Bangkok – An unforgettable gastronomic experience!

Bangkok is synonymous with great food, especially when it comes to street food. If you enjoy being adventurous with your food and exploring everything new, here are some of the best street food spots in Bangkok!

1

Raan Jay Fai

There's a reason why the lines at Raan Jay Fai are so long! This popular street food stall is one of a kind, in fact, sometimes there's even a waiting time of a couple of hours. Although this spot doesn't take reservations, it's worth the wait, eventually. It's hard to miss the cook working the outdoor wok with her signature goggles but bear in mind, her ferocious cooking is what makes this place one of a kind! A must visit is the crab omelette and drunken noodles, which lead to this street food joint's rightfully earned Michelin Star.

2

Wattanapanit

Are you a fan of beef stew? A visit to Ekkamai Road, also known as Bangkok's hipster paradise is due! It's said that the beef stew is melt-in-your-mouth at Wattanapanit, as it is cooked for hours on a giant wok. This easy to pull apart meat combined with chewy noodles and a tasty broth is all it takes to keep going back! This is one of the best Bangkok restaurants, as it is also Michelin Plate awarded.

3

Chakki

Bangkok's Chinatown is renowned for its mouthwatering dishes and food stalls. If you enjoy all things fried, you must pay a visit to Chakki, located on Rang Nam Road, which is known for its thick gravy sauce on deep-fried noodles, known as lad na. Along with these tasty deep-fried noodles, you can also request for beef or pork slices to be added, along with vegetables of your choice and fried wontons! These dishes have been perfected over 30 years as it has been run by the same family throughout the years.

4

Jok Khlong San

After days of eating rich food at Avani+ Riverside Bangkok Hotel, if by any chance you're looking for some comfort food, then pork rice porridge is the best meal! For a late-night food adventure, stop by at Jok Khlong San located on KanChanaPhisek Road. Along with yummy rice porridge, this location is also famous for its minced pork balls, called mhoo deng. After a long day of exploring all there is in Bangkok, there's nothing quite like a perfectly made rice porridge to complete the day.

5

Lim Lao San

Famous for its fish ball noodle soup, this street food stall has been in operation for 50 years! This street food stall is run by a brother and sister, who have perfected every element in their dishes. Better yet, the noodles are made fresh every day. Eating in the tiny alley with tables against the brick walls themselves is an experience. If you're someone looking for the entire street food eating experience, a visit to Lim Lao San is essential, as it's a unique experience!