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When it comes to street food, the first thing that comes to my mind is Bangkok. Today I would like to recommend six food stalls in the old town to you! The simple food here is more down-to-earth than restaurants in shopping malls, and the taste is no less good.

Hia Tai Kee

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Xing Taiji is a brunch shop that I have always wanted to check out. It is very suitable to start a good day. It is very similar to the An Yuan Garden that I recommended before, and has the charm of a time-honored tea restaurant.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

This old store with a history of more than 60 years has black and white photos of the founder on the walls, as well as some Chinese characters, family photos and old newspapers with media reports. The store located at the corner of the intersection looks particularly spacious and bright, and the old-fashioned wooden stools and marble table tops also have the right sense of integration.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food
Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

The store adopts a self-service ordering model. After ordering at the counter, you can sit down and your food will be served shortly. The signature iron plate omelette, with a thin layer of egg white and runny yolk, is paired with green beans, fish fillets and minced meat. The salty and sweet taste is super appetizing and can easily wake up a wonderful morning.

ถนน78/4 ประชาธิปไตย ซอย ซอย ถม ถม khwaeng banala, khet phra nakhon, krung thep maha nakhon 10200 Thailand
🕘Monday to Saturday 5:30-14:30, Sunday 5:30-12:00
💰101-250 baht

Thipsamai

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

This is a Thai fried noodle shop with a very good reputation and has won many awards. Many tourists come here every day, and no matter how long they queue, they still want to have a bite.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

When the restaurant opens at five o'clock in the evening, there is already a queue, and the process of queuing will not be boring, because the hot chefs are nearby, and you can see their careful division of labor and efficient collaboration. It takes about ten minutes to be seated. You can choose air-conditioned seats for an additional 10 baht per person. It is a very real upgraded version of the food stall.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

The menu is small. Padthai has three types: regular, small shrimp, and large shrimp. The overall price is slightly higher. Their specialty is to wrap the fried noodles with egg skin and stir-fry them quickly. In Cantonese, it tastes very "wok-like". What I personally think is even more amazing is its freshly squeezed citrus juice, which is very sweet. I bought an extra bottle to take away after eating.

📍313 315 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200 Thailand
🕘17:00 - 2:00
💰101-250 baht

Krua Apsorn

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Krua Apsorn is a family-run restaurant founded by five brothers and sisters and has been passed down to this day. It is famous for cooking Thai food for members of the Thai royal family. To this day, this shop is still a favorite restaurant among Thai locals, and five-star chefs will also appear here.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Crab meat omelette, This restaurant is also recommended by Michelin Bib Gourmand. The fried curry crab and crab omelet are its signature dishes. The curry crab has been shelled, making it easy to eat. The piping hot egg burger contains a lot of crab meat. The crab meat is slightly sweet but not eggy. Heavier, more suitable for egg lovers.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Thai flower stir-fried pork cubes, Personally, I feel that the signboard is rather ordinary and bland, but the other dishes, with an average price of 100 baht, are very delicious and suitable for Chinese tastes.

📍169 Dinso Road, Bowon Niwet Sub-district, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok 10200, Bangkok
🕘10:30-20:00, closed on Sunday
💰251-500 baht

Nai Ek Roll Noodle

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Nai Ek's store is inconspicuous. If you pass by it casually, you will just think it is an ordinary fast food restaurant. The owner is a Chinese who immigrated to Thailand in the last century. He initially sold kueh juice from a pushcart, and later gradually became famous and opened his own shop.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

The signature pig's trotter rice is full of marinated sauce, the pork melts in your mouth, and the pig skin is elastic and gelatinous. It is served with sauerkraut, which is very Cantonese. Kueh juice soup also originates from Chaoshan and is very delicious with just the right amount of peppery flavor.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food
Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

By the way, this restaurant is also recommended by Michelin. If you are visiting Chinatown, don’t miss it!

📍442, 9 Alley, Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100 Thailand
🕘7:30 - 1:00
💰100 baht

Jae-Oh

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Jae-Oh is a well-known old restaurant in Bangkok. It gradually became popular because of the Tom Yum MAMA Noodle Hot Pot, and it can only be eaten late at night.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

The store owner didn't expect it. It was originally a simple dish due to the lack of customers late at night. Unexpectedly, the MAMA instant noodles brand was put on the table, and it became an Internet celebrity hot pot, which was popular every night late at night.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

If you are lucky, you can eat it after waiting for 10 minutes

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

The portion in one pot is not small, The soup base of Tom Yum Goong MAMA noodles is very spicy and sour, with a hint of coconut aroma, which is very authentic. There are a lot of ingredients in the pot, including fried meat, meatballs, raw eggs, shrimps, crabs, squid, etc. There are also a lot of noodles. As a limited edition from 11pm to 1am, this noodle pot is a perfect late night snack. The best choice.

📍113 ซอย จรัสเมือง Khwaeng Rong Muang, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330 Thailand
🕘17:30 - 1:00
💰251-500 baht

Jay Fai

It may not be easy to eat Jay Fai. A few months ago, Netflix's Southeast Asian street food documentary selected Jay Fai as the first stop in Thailand. Now it is extremely popular and reservations must be made more than half a month in advance.

The mole sister in the Nexflix documentary, The proprietress of Jay Fai, Sister Mole, initially worked as a sewing worker, but a fire left her with nothing. After that, she picked up a spatula and started stir-frying. Unexpectedly, cooking became her lifelong love. Now that Sister Mole is over 70 years old, she still insists on wearing protective goggles and cooking in person. She is worthy of being the "Mozart of fast food cooking".

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food
Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Crab Omelet, Jay Fai was awarded a Michelin one-star restaurant in 2018-2019. As a roadside stall, the price is definitely not cheap. The golden egg-wrapped crab costs 1,000 baht, the drunken fried rice noodles cost 400 baht, and the smallest portion of tom yum soup costs 600 baht. However, netizens who have eaten it all say it is worth it because of the seafood portion. It's full, fresh and chunky, and the heat is just right. You can't help but eat it, but the dining environment may be a little impetuous.

Bangkok-Bangkok’s Irresistible Food Stalls Street Food

Drunken Noodle, There are a total of eight tables in the store. You must make a reservation by email before going, otherwise you may not be able to get a meal after waiting for several hours.

📍327 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200 Thailand
🕘Tuesday to Saturday 14:00 - 0:00, closed from Sunday to Monday
💰501 - 1,000 baht
📮Reservation: [email protected]

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