40 Thai foods we can’t live without


Some iconic, some obscure, these are the dishes that make Bangkok one of the world’s finest eating cities

Given that one of the first things Thais ask each other when they meet up is "Have you eaten yet?" it’s clear this is a nation that’s extremely passionate about its eats. You want to know how good a Thai restaurant is? Don’t look at the menu, the décor or even the prices. Look at the number of people inside. That’s your quality indicator. 

In celebration of Bangkok’s fantastic cuisine and the restaurants that have perfected it, we’ve rounded up 40 of the Thai dishes we couldn’t imagine living without. Some are world famous, others are more obscure, but they're all worth trying, at least once. If you've got your own favorite that we missed, let us know in the comments box below. 

Tom Yum Gung

1.    Tom Yum Gung

This Thai masterpiece soup is teeming with shrimp, mushrooms, tomatoes, lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves. It can be ordered loaded with coconut milk (tom yum gung nam kohn) and cream or without (tom yum gung nam sai) for a slightly more sour and healthy version. This soup truly unifies a host of favorite Thai tastes: sour, salty, spicy and sweet, all in one bowl. This is an authentic Thai delicacy that many locals are passionate about and has spread around the world. 

Banana Leaf Restaurant serves all around delicious food, including great tom yum gung. Silom Complex basement floor, Silom Road, Bangkok. BTS: Saladaen. Open daily from 11am to 9.30 pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 231 3124.



Gang Som Pak Ruam

2. Gang Som Pak Ruam

The Thai fusion of sweet, sour and spicy are all combined into another ultra vibrant soup. This soup base can be packed with vegetables like carrots, cabbage and green beans (pak ruam) or it can be served with a deep fried omelet made from eggs and a stringy green vegetable leaf (Thai acacia leaf) called cha om (gang som cha om kai).

Tart and explosive gang som soup is served at Arhan Isan Rod Dej Restaurant, located at 3/5-6 Thanon Rangnam Road, Ratchawithi. Opposite from King Power complex. Open from 11am to 10pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 246 4579




Gang Keow Wan

3. Gang Keow Wan

One of the most famous and sought after Thai dishes is Thai green curry. Green curry paste, coconut milk, bamboo shoots, chicken, Thai basil, Thai eggplant and the ever present herbs and roots of Thai cuisine (lemongrass, galangal, lime leaves etc), make this curry an unforgettable blend of delights. It is usually prepared quite soupy so a plate of rice is necessary to sop up every intricate drop.

Poi-sien Restaurant serves a vibrant green curry filled with all kinds of herbs and flavors. Soi Ratchawithi 6, Boonme Building. Open from about 10am to 10pm. Tel: +66 (0)84 527 5521




Panang Gai

4. Panang Gai

Red curry paste fried up with chicken and then doused with coconut cream creates a succulent and spicy red curry. The dish is then served with finely chopped kaffir lime leaves sprinkled on top. Panang gai is a dish that if made correctly should explode with dynamic flavors as soon as it touches the tip of your tongue.

Poi-sien Restaurant also serves a divine panang gai. The thick coconut cream sauce is crafted to perfection and the lime leaf garnish is always fresh. Soi Ratchawithi 6, Boonme Building. Open from about 10am to 10pm. Tel +66 (0)84 527 5521




Gang Massaman

5. Gang Massaman

Massaman is a sweet curry that originates from Southern Thailand as a Halal dish. The curry sauce is a mixture of curry paste, coconut milk, a strong flavor of peanuts, and a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon. Massaman is usually pre-made with chicken and always a few chunks of potatoes that have delightfully soaked up the coconut milk like a sponge. 

Baan Ajarn Restaurant, 107/7-8 Soi Rangnam Rd, Phaya Thai, Ratchawithi. Open from 11am to 11pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 245 2775




Gai Pad Pongali

6. Gai Pad Pongali

Chicken, onions, tomatoes and peppers are brought alive with a delicate Thai yellow curry paste. What makes the dish spectacular is the egg that is cracked into the dish to curdle and thicken all the ingredients. A generous portion of parsley is added for extra flavor and its unique taste.

Kun Su Restaurant, located on Phaya Thai, Soi Rangnam, across the street from Century Mall, fries up a light, less oily, and delicious pad pongali. Best to eat here for lunch, but open from 11am to 9 pm. Tel: +66 (0)81 883 5487, 081 666 2901




Gang Jued

7. Gang Jued

One of the more healthy Thai foods is a clear vegetable soup filled with a combination of carrots, cabbage, onions, minced pork, tofu, glass noodles, and garnished with fresh parsley. Gang jued is a colorful medley of garden vegetables that compliments a spread of other dishes and can easily make up for the greasier ones. 

Poi-sien Restaurant creates a perfect gang jued. Soi Ratchawithi 6, Boonme Building. Open from about 10am to 10pm. Tel: +66 (0)84 527 5521





Jim Jum

8. Jim Jum

A fantastic way to relax over dinner is to enjoy Jim Jum with a few friends. A small clay pot filled with an outstanding porky aromatic broth sits over a bed of charcoal. The host brings an assortment of raw morning glory, cabbage, meats (usually pork and liver), beat eggs, glass noodles, and the all important holy Thai basil. The vegetables and meats are thrown into the pot to slowly boil into a nourishing and hearty soup. 

A herb filled jim jum is served at Larb Yasothorn Restaurant, 1/37 Ratchawithi Soi 2, Din Daeng Road, Samsaen Nai, Phaya Thai. Open from 4pm to 4am. Tel: +66 (0)84 709 9880




Kao Na Phet

9. Kao Na Phet

Roasted duck is a specialty throughout Asia as the meat is fattier and has a more distinct flavor than chicken. The Thai Kao na phet is served on a plate of rice with a selection of duck parts cut and then drizzled with duck stock. A simple but exuberant duck soup is served along with the rice. It's easy to distinguish a duck and rice/noodles eatery as the ducks will be hung from their necks in a glass cabinet.

In Yaowarat (Chinatown) head to Hua Seng Hong Restaurant. 371-373 Yaowarat Road. Tel: +66 (0)2 220 635





Kai Jiew Moo Saap

10. Kai Jiew Moo Saap

A real Thai comfort food and something everyone can cook is the Thai style omelet. Eggs are beat up with a dash of fish sauce and soy sauce and then minced pork is added. The egg mixture is then quite literally deep fried into an omelet that pleases a palette of rice. It is best eaten with a squirt of chili sauce (sauce prik).

Every single restaurant in Bangkok that serves rice can provide a great omelet. Try Kun Su Restaurant, located on Phaya Thai, Soi Rangnam, across the street from Century Mall. Tel: +66 (0)81 883 5487, 081 666 2901




Kao Niew Moo Yang

11. Kao Niew Moo Yang

Grilled pork skewers and sticky rice in little bags are available in all the nooks and crannies and at all hours in Bangkok. Quick, easy, delicious, available, and filling are all reasons to grab a sack while you're on the go. Kao niew moo yang are available everywhere you look and can't be missed. In Silom near the Sala Daeng BTS station, take a stroll on Soi Convent where a fantastic street stall grills up large skewers of juicy pork. Best to head there around lunch hour.






Moo Dad Diew

12. Moo Dad Diew

Small bites of deep fried pork are marinated in a dark sweet soy sauce and then deep fried to accentuate the flavors. The succulent pieces of pork are served with the all-important chili sauce (jim jao) full of green onions. Sticky rice is also a necessity. 

Ta Bun Tum, at Pin Ngen Market block R28-R29 next to Major Pinklao, serves a mouthwatering moo dad diew. Open from 12 noon to 9pm. Tel: +66 (0)847 070 2950





Yam Khor Moo Yang

13. Yam Khor Moo Yang

This prized meat salad consists of dripping and tender pork cutlets, grilled and sliced then mixed with lemon juice, parsley, sweet onions and a copious amount of fiery chilies. This salad is a real asset to any Isaan food feast and must be eaten with sticky rice, which you should dip into the dressing.

A delightful yam khor moo yang is assembled from a street cart right outside of Tesco Lotus Express Rangnam, 104/30-34 Rangnam Road, Phaya Thai, Ratchawithi. Open from 6pm to 11pm. 





Gai Yang

14. Gai Yang

Just like moo yang, grilled chicken is everywhere to be found. It's hard to walk a few meters without detecting the scent. Grilled chicken is best complimented with a pile of tangy som tam and a dollop of sticky rice. Like many other dishes, grilled chicken is all over Bangkok and often times the best is found on mobile stands attached to bikes or pushcarts. All Isaan restaurants serve gai yang.

Have a walk down Phahon Yothin Soi 1 Lue Cha for a great selection of gai yang.





Kao Ka Moo

15. Kao Ka Moo

Pork boiled for hours in a sweet soy sauce base with hints of cinnamon and anise are the signature characteristics of kao ka moo. The fatty pork literally slides right off the bone and onto a plate of rice. This dish is usually quite visible with whole soy sauce stained pig legs sitting openly in large metal pans and steaming through the day. 

Pa-Aou Restaurant serves sweet and salty kao ka moo. The fatty pork meat slides right off the bone and the sauce is brilliant with the rice. Located on Phahon Yothin Soi 1, 826 Soi Rucha, Phaya Thai. Tel: +66 (0)89 2010798




Kao Mok Gai

16. Kao Mok Gai

Kao mok gai, similar to biryani rice, is a Muslim dish of rice cooked with chicken stock and laced with saffron, turmeric, cardamom and bay leaves. The chicken is cooked with the rice and creates a recognizable yellow color. Don't forget the essential sprinkle of fried onions and cilantro on top plus the cucumber pickle garnish and the killer spicy sauce. 

Head to Silom, Soi Convent for a street cart that sells wonderful kao mok gai. This dish is slightly more difficult to locate than many others. Look for a big pot of noticeable yellow rice. Open around lunch hours.





Kao Moo Dang

17. Kao Moo Dang

Another popular comfort food that is widely available is kao moo dang. A plate of rice is covered with Thai barbecued thinly sliced pork, a few slices of Thai sausage and half a hard-boiled egg. A thick red barbecue sauce or gravy is smothered all over the rice and pork and then sprinkled with cilantro and green onions. The result is an un-spicy but very sweet dish that is a great late night treat.

Ran Guay Jab Jaedang (nickname: Microphone), located on Ratchawithi Road, close to Soi 6, right by Siam Computer and Language School. The carts roll onto the street at about 5pm and stay open till around 2am.




Kao Man Gai

18. Kao Man Gai

The chicken rice of Thailand may not be as famous as Singapore's, but it is still a popular comfort food. Boiled chicken is chopped onto a plate of rice made from the fatty chicken stock. The garlic chili vinaigrette to accompany is incredible and the dish is always served with a light chicken soup. It can often be ordered with fried chicken as well (kao man gai tod). 

Kao Man Gai Ton Jaewa in the morning and at lunch is always packed with hungry guests. 465/7 Opposite Center One, Ratchawithi Road. Open from 7am to 7pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 640 9891





Nam Tok Moo

19. Nam Tok Moo

Nam tok in Thai literally means waterfall. Grilled tender juicy pork is mingled with generous portions of lemon juice, green onions, chili, mint sprigs, fish sauce and toasted rice, making the meat taste fresh. The blood from the meat along with the dressing inspired someone to name this brilliant food waterfall meat, and rightfully so. 

You can't go wrong ordering from Tida Esarn Restaurant, 1/2-5 Rangnam Road, Phaya Thai, Ratchawithi. Open from noon to 10pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 247 2234





Larb Moo

20. Larb Moo

A famous Isaan dish of minced pork and liver dressed with lime juice, fish sauce, mint leaves, onions, chilies and the essential toasted rice crunch. All the components of this fresh Thai meat salad are key for an astounding sticky rice dipping liquid. 

For a vibrant larb, head straight to Tam Lai Restaurant, Pin Tong Plaza, located in the clothes market next to Major Pinklao. Open from 11:30am to 8:30pm. Tel: +66 (0)88 018 5700





Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow

21. Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow

If a local Thai doesn't know what to order, it almost certainly comes down to pad ga pow. A stir fried dish that can be trusted to turn out delicious and satisfying every time and at almost every eatery. Chicken, pork or minced meat is stir fried in oil with garlic, chilies, small green vegetables like green beans and the vibrant basil that gives the dish its flavor. It's fashionable to eat it over a pile of rice accompanied by a fried egg. Neighborhood eateries tend to serve the best pad ga pow, though it's available almost anywhere.






Gai Pad Met Ma Muang

22. Gai Pad Met Ma Muang

Chicken is seared in a hot greased wok along with onions, dried chilies and crunchy cashew nuts. Oyster sauce, fish sauce, sugar and other spices create a sauce that goes exquisitely well with rice. 

Tam Lai Restaurant stir fries this dish to perfection, around noon Tam Lai is hopping with lunchtime business, located in Pin Tong Plaza, in clothes market next to Major Pinklao. Open from 11:30am to 8.30pm. Tel: +66 (0)88 018 5700





Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow

23. Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow

A whole steamed snapper swimming in a tangy lime juice sauce is served in a metal fish shaped pan with a candle lit underneath to keep it steaming. Raw cloves of garlic and green chili sauce with cilantro protrude through the lime zest as the sweet steamed fish melts in your mouth. 

T & K Seafood in Yaowarat (Chinatown) serves a brilliant selection of Thai and Chinese seafood dishes. In the late afternoon the restaurant starts setting up chairs and tables street side that start to fill up by evening. 49-51 Soi Phadung Dao, Yaowarat Rd, Bangkok 10100. Open from 4:30pm to 2am, Tel: +66 (0)1 507 5555




Gang Som Plah Chon

24. Gang Som Plah Chon

A striking deep fried snake head fish is smothered in a stunning sweet, sour and spicy flaming soup. The fish is usually served on a fish shaped metal pan and sometimes comes with vegetables and various herbs piled on top. It is assured that you will be the envy of all other tables when the pungently aromatic fish exits the kitchen. 

An artful and veggie-filled gang som plah chon is available at Arhan Isan Rod Dej, 3/5-6 Thanon Rangnam Road, opposite from King Power complex. Open from 12pm to 10 pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 246 4579





Plah Plow

25. Plah Plow

A popular fish to eat with som tam and sticky rice is plain grilled and salted fish. The fish is firstly stuffed with lemongrass, lime leaves and other ingredients for flavor, and then rolled in a thick coat of salt. It is then grilled, never overcooked, to juicy perfection. The result is a soft sweet white meat fish that literally liquefies in your mouth. Chewing is almost unnecessary. Plah plow is made with all kinds of fish including snake head fish, tilapia and snapper.

Try Tida Esarn Restaurant at 1/2-5 Rangnam Road, Phaya Thai, Ratchawithi. Open from noon to 10 pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 247 2234




Yam Plah Duk Foo

26. Yam Plah Duk Foo

A precious favorite among Thais is a prized yam plah duk foo. At first, it seems to be a deep fried fluffy catfish essence of grease and air. However, when the sour mango, sweet sugar, tart lime, harsh red onions, earthy cilantro, shrimp, squid and peanut sauce are applied, the fluff transforms into a crunchy bite that includes all Thai flavors and textures in a single bite.

The Krok Restaurant in Siam Square opposite Siam Paragon Mall fries an outstanding yam plah duk foo. Students and business people fill the restaurant at lunch so be prepared for a wait. Soi 2, Siam Square, Bangkok. Open from 11am to 9pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 251 9916




Som Tam

27. Som Tam

Som tom is perhaps Thailand's most famous salad. Garlic and chilies are first pounded with a mortar and pestle (krok). Tamarind juice, fish sauce, peanuts, dried shrimp, tomatoes, lime juice, sugar cane paste, string beans and a handful of grated green papaya are tossed in the krok (som tam thai). The sweet, salty, and spicy flavors paired with the crisp crunch of the green papaya and sticky rice is utterly luscious. Many variations are available including one made with crab (som tam boo) and one made with fermented fish sauce (som tam plah lah).

It's hard to miss the som tam carts all over Bangkok that offer delicious salads but if you need a suggestion try Ta Bun Tum Restaurant, Pin Ngen Market block R28-R29, next to Major Pinklao. Open from 12 noon to 9pm. Tel: +66 (0)847 070 2950.



Kanom Jeen

28. Kanom Jeen

Thin, mild tasting and very soft, kanom jeen are noodles made from fermented rice. They are serviced with a ladle of your choice of curry ranging from kanom jeen nam ya (red curry fish balls), kanom jeen nam prik (sweet chili paste), kanom jeen gang keow wan gai (green curry chicken), among others, and then topped with garnishes like cabbage and cucumbers. 

To try them all go to Kanom Jeen Buffet Chao Din, which is 59 baht for all you can eat on the 5th Floor of MBK (Maboonkrong) Mall. Open 11am to 9pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 626 0177





Gai Pad King

29. Gai Pad King

Ginger is the undeniable king in this splendid recipe. Huge amounts of grated ginger, boneless chicken, various mushrooms, onions, chilies and oyster sauce are fried together in harmony. Makes a great addition to any multi-ordered table of dishes and is available at pretty much any Thai restaurant in the city.







Pad Pak Bung Nam Man Hoy

30. Pad Pak Bung Nam Man Hoy

Even if you don't really care for vegetables, you still might like morning glory. Morning glory is a stem-oriented hollow vegetable with small leaves. It is lightly stir fried with garlic, oyster sauce, and chilies on a high heat to remain crispy and retain its fresh flavor. 

Pa-Aou Restaurant can lightly sear a mean plate of morning glory to perfection. Located on Phahon Yothin Soi 1, 826 Soi Rucha, Phaya Thai, Bangkok. Tel: +66 (0)89 201 0798





Nam Prik Kaphi

31. Nam Prik Kaphi

Nam prik kaphi is an assortment of steamed vegetables and perhaps a small fish, eaten with rice, and a pungent fermented shrimp paste chili sauce. Carts around town sell steamed cabbage, eggplant, string beans, and other vegetables as well as small salted fish, like plah tu, for take away nam prik kaphi. The thick sauce with its salty and fishy taste gives everything a complex flavor. Certainly not for those who don't care for fishy-ness.

Right next door to Pa-Aou Restaurant (Phahon Yothin Soi 1, 826 Soi Rucha, Phaya Thai, Bangkok. Tel: +66 (0)89 201 0798) there's a large selection of nam prik kaphi with a choice of sauces available for takeaway.




Pad See Eiu

32. Pad See Eiu

This is a great lunch dish that gives you a boost of added energy. Wide rice noodles are fried in the wok with garlic, pork and Chinese broccoli, flavored with dark soy sauce. An egg is scrambled amidst the chaos of noodles and adds extra gusto. After the dish is served, people will sometimes add a few spoons of sugar, chili flakes and a little vinegar to perfect a unique taste. 

Ran Guay Jab Jaedang, located on Ratchawithi Road, close to Soi 6, right by Siam Computer and Language School. The carts roll in at about 5pm and stay open till around 2am





Pad Thai

33. Pad Thai

Pad thai is probably the most famous dish outside of Thailand and something that tourists rave and hype about. So famous we almost didn't include it on the list. Medium sized rice noodles are stir fried with a host of ingredients like tofu, peanuts, shrimp, green onions, bean sprouts, garlic, pepper, fish sauce and lime juice. A scrambled egg mixed into the noodles seals the dish together and ensures deliciousness. Pad Thai is great to eat with a squeeze of lime and ground peanuts. Again, a spoon or two of sugar, chili flakes, and vinegar, are always an option by way of condiments. 

Pad Thai is available in countless street carts around the city. A stationary street cart is located right inside the gate of the Wat Ratchaburana (temple) near the Saphan Phut market. Chakkraphet Road, Wangburapha Subdistrict, Phra Nakorn District. Open in the late afternoon to late at night.



Guay Teow Rhua

34. Guay Teow Rhua

Guay teow rhua is known in Thai as “boat noodles,” because the bowls of noodles used to be sold from boats. The sweet pork blood broth in every bowl is sopped up by a choice of noodles sen yai (wide rice noodle), sen lek (medium rice noodle), sen mee (angel hair rice noodles) or wun sen (glass noodles). A little bit of beef, pork, liver or pork balls, and a few sprigs of morning glory, are also added to the bowl. What makes the noodles special is that the bowls are small at about three to five bites, and an average diner can eat many bowls. Tables sometimes compete to see who can stack their empty bowls the highest. 

To experience the chaotic serving of boat noodles go to Sud Yod Guay Teow Rhua (Pa Yuk) ("Best Boat Noodle"), located at Victory Monument on the boat noodle alley, on the road heading towards Phahon Yothin. Open from 11am to 9pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 271 3178



Guay Teow Nuaa (Sen Lek)

35. Guay Teow Nuaa (Sen Lek)

Sen lek or medium-sized rice noodles are one of the more popular soup noodle choices. Beef noodles or pork and pork ball noodles are a handy lunch option. Broth, boiled for hours, is poured over a bit of tender meat with noodles, some light bean sprouts and maybe a little green morning glory, which steam in a boiling caldron before being put into your bowl. Though this dish comes chili-less, by now you will have built up a tolerance and will need to add a couple spoons of chili flakes for ultimate satisfaction.

An astounding bowl of beef noodles is available at Guay Teow Lookshin Disco Restaurant, 493/18 Thanon Ratchawithi (Victory Monument), Phaya Thai. It's a great place for lunch and open from 10am to about 3pm. Tel: +66 (0)2 245 6790




Guay Jab

36. Guay Jab

Add celebrated rolls of wide rice noodles that look like one inch cigars to a thick light brown and fatty broth and you've got guay jab. Some other floating ingredients such as crispy pork skin, lungs, tongue and green onions keep the noodles company. The crucial overpowering flavor that signifies the dish is black pepper. 

There are a few great places to eat Guay Jab but for a wonderful experience head to Chinatown's Yaowarat Road, Soi Itsaranuphap (11). The street stall is open from about 5pm to midnight and always busy.





Guay Teow Lui Suan

37. Guay Teow Lui Suan

Huge and thin rice noodles in the form of square tortillas are used as wrappers for these Thai style fresh spring rolls. A mixture of ground pork, carrots and lettuce are wrapped up in the noodles to create spring rolls and then eaten with lettuce leaves and holy basil. The green dipping sauce is another astounding mixture of sweet, sour and spicy flavors.

A wonderful guay teow lui suan can be found in a tent set up right outside of Tesco Lotus Hypermarket Pinklao located at 3 Baromraj-Chonnanee Road, Arun Amarin Bangkoknoi. Open from about 10am to 6pm.





Cha Yen

38. Cha Yen

The answer to coffee and tea drinks from around the world is Thailand's very own and very sweet cha yen. We admit, it's not a food, but it's certainly deserving of a spot on our list as it's so damn refreshing. Though it is called Thai ice tea, the actual tea flavor is somewhat unrecognizable as it is overpowered by a huge portion of sweetened condensed milk and then heavily iced. Look for one of the many stalls with 'Carnation' advertising plastered all over them and there is sure to be cha yen. You can also order cha yen at all coffee stalls, drink stands or restaurants in Bangkok.





Kao Niew Ma Muang

39. Kao Niew Ma Muang

Almost everyone loves yellow mango with sticky rice. A small bed of super glutinous rice is placed below some slices of super sweet, non stringy, ripened mango. Adding to the deliciousness is a drizzle of coconut cream syrup. Usually located at many makeshift stands depending on mango availability. 

You can find great kao niew ma muang on Phaya Thai Phahon Yothin Soi 1 Lue Cha. Fancier Thai restaurants will all offer the dish as a prized dessert





Sang Kaya Fug Tong

40. Sang Kaya Fug Tong

A medium sized pumpkin is de-seeded and filled up with the creamiest coconut cream custard imaginable. When the custard hardens, the pumpkin is sliced like a pizza. A spoonful of candied pumpkin and coconut custard is then added. Sweet nectar. 

This custard takes time to make so it's usually sold in the late afternoon and night at Poi-sien Restaurant (nickname: Pumpkin Lady), Soi Ratchawithi 6, Boonme Building. Open from about 10am to 10pm. Tel: +66 (0)84 527 5521.







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紅咖哩醬炒起來的雞,然後澆上椰子奶油創建一個肉質和辛辣的紅咖哩。這道菜是再佐以灑在上面切碎的檸檬葉。Panang蓋是一盤菜,如果做出正確使用動態口味,只要它觸動你的舌尖應引起爆炸。POI-思恩餐廳還供應神聖panang蓋。厚厚的椰子奶油醬是製作完美和石灰葉配菜永遠是新鮮的。綏Ratchawithi 6,Boonme大廈。打開從大約上午10點至晚上10點。電話+66(0)84 527 5521






瑪沙曼是一種甜蜜的咖哩,從泰國南部的起源為清真菜。咖哩醬咖哩醬,椰奶,花生氣息濃厚,和肉荳蔻和肉桂的暗示的混合物。瑪沙曼通常是預先製作的雞肉和馬鈴薯總有幾個大塊已經興高采烈地浸透了椰奶像海綿一樣。班的Ajarn餐廳,107/7-8巷Rangnam路,Phaya酒店泰國,Ratchawithi。打開從上午11時至晚上11時。電話:+66(0)2 245 2775






雞肉,洋蔥,西紅柿和辣椒都帶來了一線生機與細膩的泰國黃咖哩醬。是什麼讓菜壯觀的是破解入菜,以凝固,變厚的所有成分的蛋。香菜的慷慨一部分額外的味道和獨特的品味。加坤蘇餐廳,坐落在Phaya酒店泰國,巷Rangnam,街對面的世紀廣場,薯條了一個清淡,少油膩,好吃墊pongali。最好吃的在這裡吃午飯,但開放時間為上午11時至晚上9時。電話:+66(0)81 883 5487,081 666 2901






其中一個更健康的泰國食物是一個明顯的蔬菜湯充滿了胡蘿蔔,白菜,洋蔥,碎豬肉,豆腐,玻璃面,配上新鮮歐芹的組合。剛jued是花園蔬菜豐富多彩混合泳恭維的其他美食,並可以很容易地彌補了油膩的。POI-思恩餐廳創造了一個完美團伙jued。綏Ratchawithi 6,Boonme大廈。打開從大約上午10點至晚上10點。電話:+66(0)84 527 5521







一個很好的方式在吃飯時的放鬆是享受吉姆Jum中跟幾個朋友。小陶壺充滿了傑出的豬肉清湯芳坐在了床上木炭。主機帶來的原材料牽牛花,白菜,肉類(通常是豬肉和肝臟)的分類,打蛋,玻璃面,和所有重要的聖地泰國羅勒。蔬菜和肉類都扔進鍋裡慢慢熬成滋補和豐盛的湯。充滿吉姆Jum中藥草供應LARB Yasothorn餐廳,三十七分之一Ratchawithi巷2,丁登路,Samsaen鼐,Phaya酒店泰國。打開從下午4點到凌晨4點。電話:+66(0)84 709 9880







在耀華力(唐人街)的頭華僧香餐廳。371-373耀華力路。電話:+66(0)2 220 635







一個真正的泰國傳統美食,並每個人都可以做飯是泰國風格的煎蛋卷。雞蛋打敗了魚醬和醬油的破折號,然後剁碎的豬肉被添加。蛋液,然後毫不誇張油炸成取悅飯的調色板一個煎蛋卷。最好是用辣椒醬(醬prik)的噴射吃掉。在曼谷每一個餐廳,供應大米可以提供一個巨大的煎蛋卷。嘗試坤蘇餐廳,坐落在Phaya酒店泰國,巷Rangnam,對面即世紀購物中心。電話:+66(0)81 883 5487,081 666 2901






烤豬肉串和糯米的小袋子,可在所有的角落和縫隙,並在曼谷的所有時間。快速,簡單,美味,可用,灌裝都是理由搶一麻袋,而你在旅途中。花王niew哞陽可隨處可見的,不能錯過。在是隆​​Sala Daeng輕軌站附近,採取巷修道院漫步其中一個夢幻般的地攤烤架了多汁的豬肉大串。最好的頭周圍有午餐時間。








炸豬肉小叮咬都浸泡在一個黑暗的甜醬油,然後油炸加重口味。多汁片豬肉供應與所有重要的辣椒醬(吉姆饒宗頤)全大蔥。糯米也是很有必要的。大彬嵩,在引腳NGEN市場區塊R28-R29旁邊大羅百貨商店,供應令人垂涎的哞爸爸diew。開放時間從中午到晚上9點12。電話:+66(0)847 070 2950







這珍貴的肉沙拉包含淋漓嫩豬排,烤,切片,然後用檸檬汁,香菜,甜洋蔥和辣椒火熱的豐富量混合。這道沙拉是一個真正的資產,任何Isaan餐廳美食盛宴,必須用糯米,你應該動用更衣室被吃掉。一個愉快的山藥霍爾哞陽氣是從街上購物車組裝樂購蓮花快遞Rangnam 104/30右外-34 Rangnam路,Phaya酒店泰國,Ratchawithi。打開從下午6時至晚上11時。 








羽絨Phahon Yothin巷1略茶散步為一個偉大的選擇葢陽氣。







豬肉煮幾個小時的肉桂和八角提示一個甜醬油基地是考かも簽名特性。脂肪豬肉字面上右滑脫骨和上一盤飯。這道菜通常是與整個醬油染豬腿坐在公然在大型金屬鍋,並通過一天蒸非常明顯。霸AOU餐廳供應甜,咸考かも。脂肪豬肉滑右脫骨和醬油是輝煌的大米。位於Phahon Yothin 1巷,826巷Rucha,Phaya酒店泰國。電話:+66(0)89 2010798




















泰國的雞肉飯可能不會像著名的新加坡,但它仍然是一個受歡迎的休閒食品。水煮雞肉切碎到一盤飯,從脂肪雞湯製成。大蒜辣椒辣醬陪是難以置信的菜總是送達光雞湯。它往往可以排序,炸雞,以及(花王男人葢TOD)。高文蓋噸Jaewa在早上和午飯總是擠滿了飢餓的客人。七分之四百六十五中心對面一,Ratchawithi道。打開從上午7時至晚上7時。電話:+66(0)2 640 9891







在泰國南托克的字面意思是瀑布。烤嫩多汁的豬肉混雜著檸檬汁,大蔥,辣椒,薄荷葉,魚醬和烤米飯的份量,使肉口感清爽。從一起修整肉血啟發別人來命名這個輝煌的食物瀑布肉,是理所當然的。您無法從緹達Esarn餐廳,Rangnam道1/2-5,Phaya酒店泰國,Ratchawithi出問題排序。開放時間從中午到晚上10點。電話:+66(0)2 247 2234







剁碎的豬肉和肝臟穿著青檸汁,魚露,薄荷葉,洋蔥,辣椒和必要的烤飯緊縮的著名Isaan餐廳的菜。這個新鮮的泰國肉類沙拉的所有組成部分都是關鍵的一個驚人的糯米浸泡的液體。對於一個充滿活力的LARB,直奔譚禮餐廳,引腳觀塘廣場,坐落在毗鄰主要的本羅的衣服市場。打開從上午11:30至下午8:30。電話:+66(0)88 018 5700















雞是烙在與洋蔥,幹辣椒和鬆脆腰果熱抹油鑊。蠔油,魚露,糖等調料創建醬去玲瓏下飯。譚禮餐廳炒菜這道菜完美,中午前後譚禮是下一個跳躍與午餐時間營業,坐落在引腳觀塘廣場,在衣服市場少校羅百貨商店。打開從上午11:30到晚上8:30。電話:+66(0)88 018 5700







在濃郁的青檸汁醬一整清蒸甲魚游泳供應金屬魚形鍋用蠟燭點燃下方,以保持它的熱氣騰騰。大蒜,青辣椒醬香菜原料丁香通過石灰熱情伸出的甜蜜清蒸魚融化在你的嘴。T&K海鮮在耀華力(唐人街)提供一個輝煌的泰國和中國的海鮮菜餚。在傍晚的餐廳開始設立桌椅街邊的開始到晚上填補。49-51巷Phadung道,耀華力路,曼谷10100開放時間從下午4:30到凌晨2點,電話:+66(0)1 507 5555






一個突出的炸蛇頭魚悶死在一個驚人的甜,酸,辣燃燒的湯。這種魚通常送達魚狀的金屬鍋,有時帶有蔬菜和各種草藥堆在上面。它是有保證的,你將所有其他表的羨慕,當pungently芳香魚離開了廚房。一個巧妙和蔬菜填充團伙索姆plah川川可在Arhan伊森桿德治,3/5-6斯納Rangnam路對面從皇權複雜。打開從中午12時至10時。電話:+66(0)2 246 4579







一個流行的魚吃與索馬里蘭tam和糯米飯是普通的烤鹹魚。魚是先塞滿了香茅,檸檬葉等成分的味道,然後卷在厚厚的棉衣鹽。它是那麼烤,從來沒有過頭,以多汁的完美。其結果是軟甜的白肉魚,從字面上液化在你的嘴。咀嚼幾乎是不必要的。Plah犁是用各種魚類,包括蛇頭魚,羅非魚和鯛魚。嘗試提達Esarn餐廳在Rangnam道1/2-5,Phaya酒店泰國,Ratchawithi。打開從中午到晚上10點。電話:+66(0)2 247 2234






泰國人之間的珍貴最喜歡的是一個珍貴的山藥plah DUK富。起初,這似乎是油脂和空氣炸鯰魚蓬鬆精髓。然而,酸芒果,甜的糖,酸石灰,惡劣的紅洋蔥,樸實香菜,蝦仁,魷魚和花生醬被應用時,絨毛轉變成一個脆脆的咬,包括所有的泰國風味和質地在一個單一的咬了一口。的KROK餐廳在暹羅廣場對面的Siam Paragon購物商場薯條傑出山藥plah DUK富。學生和商務人士填補所以要等待準備的餐廳吃午飯。2巷,暹羅廣場,曼谷。打開從上午11時至晚上9時。電話:+66(0)2 251 9916






索姆湯姆也許是泰國最有名的沙拉。大蒜和辣椒先搗碎用研缽和杵(KROK)。羅望子汁,魚醬,花生,幹蝦,西紅柿,檸檬汁,甘蔗糊,四季豆和少量磨碎的青木瓜被扔在KROK(SOM譚泰)。搭配清脆緊縮的青木瓜和糯米的甜,咸,辣口味是完全甘美。許多變化,可其中包括與蟹(索馬里蘭tam BOO)製成,一個用發酵的魚醬(索馬里蘭tam plah啦)製成。很難錯過索姆擔推車遍布曼谷,提供美味的沙拉,但如果你需要一個建議試試大彬嵩餐廳,引腳NGEN市場區塊R28-R29,毗鄰大羅百貨商店。開放時間從中午到晚上9點12。電話:+66(0)847 070 2950。



Kanom JEEN

28。Kanom JEEN

薄,味道清淡,很柔軟,kanom JEEN是由大米發酵製成的麵條。他們的服務與您所選擇的咖哩不等的勺子從kanom JEEN南亞(紅咖哩魚蛋),kanom JEEN南prik(甜辣椒醬),kanom JEEN團伙驕碗蓋(綠咖哩雞)等,並再淋上像白菜和黃瓜配菜。  為了嘗試他們都去Kanom JEEN自助晁提嗯,這是59泰銖為所有你可以在MBK(Maboonkrong)商城5樓吃。開放上午11時至晚上9時。電話:+66(0)2 626 0177
















即使你真的不關心蔬菜,你還是可能會喜歡牽牛花。牽牛花是幹為導向的空心蔬菜與小葉子。它是輕炒蒜,蠔油,並在高熱辣椒保持香脆並保留其新鮮風味。霸AOU餐廳可以輕輕燒焦的牽牛花平均板完美。位於Phahon Yothin 1巷,826巷Rucha,Phaya酒店泰國,曼谷。電話:+66(0)89 201 0798





南Prik Kaphi

31。南Prik Kaphi

南prik kaphi是蒸熟的蔬菜,也許一個小的魚,吃過飯,和一股刺鼻的發酵蝦醬辣椒醬的分類。在鎮附近推車賣蒸白菜,茄子,四季豆等蔬菜以及小鹹魚,像plah恩,外賣南prik kaphi。厚厚的醬,其鹹味和腥臭味給一切複雜的味道。當然不是為那些誰不喜歡魚腥味性。隔壁霸AOU餐廳(Phahon Yothin 1巷,826巷Rucha,Phaya酒店泰國,曼谷電話:+66(0)89 201 0798)有一個大的選擇南prik kaphi與供外賣醬料的選擇。






這是一個偉大的午餐菜,給你補充能量的推動作用。寬米粉炒入鍋用大蒜,豬肉和中國西蘭花,調味用老抽醬油。一個雞蛋炒之中麵條的混亂,並增加了額外的有滋有味。菜送達後,人們有時會加白糖,辣椒片和少許醋,完善獨特的品味幾勺。  冉格威戳刺Jaedang,位於Ratchawithi路,靠近巷6,由右暹羅的電腦和語言學校。大車在滾在下午5點左右,並保持開放,直到凌晨2點左右












格威刁rhua被稱為泰國的“船面”,因為麵條的碗用來從船出售。甜蜜的豬血湯盛在每碗sopped由麵條仙亞伊(寬米粉)的選擇,仙列克(中等米粉),森MEE(天使頭髮米粉)或青雲仙(玻璃面)。牛肉,豬肉,豬肝或貢丸,和牽牛花幾個小枝一點點,也加入到碗裡。是什麼讓麵條特別的是,碗很小大約三到五叮咬,平均晚餐可以吃多少碗。表有時競爭,看看誰可以疊加的空碗最高的。要體驗的船面的亂服去南基YOD格威刁Rhua(帕育)(“最佳船面”),位於勝利紀念碑上了船面胡同,在道路上走向Phahon Yothin。打開從上午11時至晚上9時。電話:+66(0)2 271 3178





森列克或中型米粉是比較流行的湯麵條的選擇之一。牛肉面或豬肉及豬肉蛋粉是一個方便的午餐選擇。肉湯,煮幾個小時,是在倒有點嫩的肉,麵條,一些輕豆芽,也許一點點綠色牽牛花,哪個蒸汽被放入你的碗裡之前沸騰的大鍋。雖然這碟附送辣椒少,現在你將已經建立了一個寬容,需要添加辣椒片最終的滿足一對夫婦湯匙。一個驚人的一碗牛肉面可在格威刁Lookshin迪斯科餐廳,18分之493斯納Ratchawithi(勝利紀念碑),Phaya酒店泰國。它的午餐和開放上午十時至下午3時左右的好地方。電話:+66(0)2 245 6790













巨大而薄米粉方餅的形式被用作包裝這些泰式風格清新春捲。豬肉,胡蘿蔔和生菜的混合物包裹在麵條創建春捲,然後吃生菜葉子和羅勒。綠色蘸醬是甜,酸,辣口味的另一個驚人的混合。一個美妙的格威刁呂璿可以在帳篷裡成立了樂購蓮花超市本羅位於3 Baromraj-Chonnanee路,阿倫阿瑪林BANGKOKNOI的外面被發現。打開從大約上午10時至下午6時。














幾乎每個人都喜歡黃色的芒果糯米飯。小床的超級糯米放在下面超甜,非粘性,成熟的芒果一些片。添加到美味的椰子奶油糖漿的小雨。通常位於視芒果可用性許多臨時搭建的看台上,你可以找到關於Phaya酒店泰國Phahon Yothin 1巷攻略茶大花王niew馬孟。票友泰國餐館都會提供的菜作為珍貴的甜品








這蛋羹需要時間來賺那麼它通常是在傍晚和夜間在POI-思恩餐廳(暱稱:南瓜夫人)出售,巷Ratchawithi 6,Boonme大廈。打開從大約上午10點至晚上10點。電話:+66(0)84 527 5521。



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