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When you think of countries with the best food, Đất nước xinh đẹp Thái Lan is one of the first places that comes lớn mind. Street food in Bangkok is legendary, so much so that CNN named it the very best thành phố in the world for street food.

Finding great food in Bangkok isn’t difficult. Just walk khổng lồ one of its many food enclaves and markets và you’re sure lớn find vendors cooking up tantalizing plates of Tnhị favorites lượt thích pad tnhì & hoy tod.

But if you want khổng lồ find the best restaurants in Bangkok, then this food guide will lead you to twelve of the top restaurants, street food stalls, markets, & food tours in the thành phố.

Most of the places on this danh mục were recommended to us by locals & Bangkok food bloggers so you know you’re getting the best of everything.

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1. Raan Jay Fai

You may have heard of Jay Fai. She gained worldwide fame when she was awarded a Michelin star in the guide’s inaugural Bangkok’ edition, the only street food vendor at that time lớn be given that distinction.

In an instant, her once humble stall quietly serving some of the best street food in Bangkok was now being mobbed by tourists, pushing wait times khổng lồ up lớn four or five sầu hours.

Pictured below is Jay Fai behind her woks và wearing her signature blaông xã aviator goggles. What a badass! Jay Fai literally means “sister mole” in Tnhì and is in reference khổng lồ the beauty mark on her face.

Turning 75 in 20trăng tròn, this woman whom Martha Stewart once called “the best cook in Thailand” shows no signs of slowing down.


This is Jay Fai’s signature dish, the crab omelette. It’s pricey but definitely worth it. It’s about the kích cỡ of a burrito lớn và filled with huge chunks of crab meat. You’ll see what I mean in the next picture.


Cut this beast open và voila! It’s practically bursting with crab. Sweet, succulent, & juicy, it isn’t oily in spite of being deep-fried.

It was served with a side of sweet chili sauce but I was perfectly happy eating it on its own. If you were to get just one dish at Raan Jay Fai, then this should be it.


For our second dish, we got this equally delicious plate of drunken noodles. It consists of stir-fried rice noodles in a hot và spicy sauce with basil leaves, fresh chili, and the most succulent pieces of seafood. Sweet, spicy, smokey, and savory, it was deeply flavorful và redolent with wok hei.

So is the 4-5 hour wait worth it? Absolutely. Jay Fai is an amazing cook who really does make some of the best food in Bangkok.

But you don’t have to wait that long. You can make reservations either through phone (092-724-9633) or tin nhắn ().

I made reservations by email & they were always quiông chồng to lớn respond. I suggest making reservations as early as you can, about two months in advance to lớn guarantee yourself a table.


Raan Jay Fai

Address: 327 Mahacnhị Road, Samranras Subdistrict, Phra Nakon District, Bangkok 10200, ThailandOperating Hours: 2:30PM-12MN, Tue-SatWhat lớn Order: Crab meat omelette, Drunken noodle, Stir-fried prawn or crab in yellow curryExpect to lớn Pay: About THB 1,000 for the crab meat omelette, THB 400-500 for the drunken noodlesHow khổng lồ Get There: Raan Jay Fai is near the Giant Swing và Wat Saket, just few doors away from Thipsamai. It isn’t really near any train stations so unless you can walk to lớn the restaurant, then it’s probably best for you to go via taxi or Uber.

2. Nhong Ryên ổn Klong

This was our very first meal in Bangkok, and it may have been my favorite in our two weeks in Vương Quốc của nụ cười. I was so excited to visit this place that we went straight here after dropping off our bags at our AirBnB.

Located just a short walk from Wattana Panich, Nhong Ryên ổn klong isn’t a restaurant but a street food stall situated by a canal. It isn’t the most picturesque of settings but the stellar food more than makes up for its laông chồng of ambiance.


Like nearly every eatery on this menu, I learned about Nhong Rlặng Klong through eatingthaifood.com, the single best resource for Thai food in Bangkok.

The cooks prepare the food in a kitchen situated on top of a bridge, while customers sit at three or four tables by the side of the canal. Thankfully, any smells emanating from the canal are masked by the delicious aromas wafting from the open kitchen.

In spite of its sparrã appearance, Nhong Ryên Klong is popular so be prepared for a wait. Apart from its dine-in customers, we saw people getting bag after bag of takeout around noon.

If you can, then it’s best lớn go during off-hours khổng lồ avoid the lunch rush. Just don’t wait too long lest you run out of food. They cthua kém at 4:30PM.


This is the dish that got me super excited to lớn eat here. What you’re looking at is pad kee mao crab, which is a stir-fry dish made with huge chunks of crab along with vegetables lượt thích eggplant, onion, garlic, chili, ginger, và sweet basil.

Do you see the White nuggets below mixed in with all the vegetables? Those are hunks of the most delicious, most succulent crab meat. I love sầu crab so this is the kind of dish I could eat everyday. It’s so good, especially when eaten with steamed Trắng rice.

Nhong Ryên Klong is known for another crab dish called galam bee pad nam giới pla neua boo. It’s made with stir-fried cabbage topped with egg, crab meat, & shrimp. Several customers were eating that as well.

If we weren’t visiting a few more restaurants after this meal, then I would have sầu loved to try that too!


How beautiful does this look? This dish is called goong tod gratiem, or jumbo shrimp fried in garlic. The perfectly cooked shrimp is succulent, meaty, moist, & very garlicky. Like the pad kee mao crab, it’s absolutely delicious.


Nhong Rim Klong

Address: 30 Ekkamai 21 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, ThailandOperating Hours: 8:30AM-4:30PM, Mon-SatWhat khổng lồ Order: Pad kee mao crab, Goong tod gratiem, Galam bee pad phái nam pla neua booExpect lớn Pay: About THB 300 for the pad kee mao crab, THB 200 for the goong tod gratiemHow lớn Get There: Take the BTS to Ekkamai Station. It’s a little too far to walk to Nhong Ryên ổn Klong from there, so it’s best you take a xe taxi or Uber lớn get lớn the restaurant.

3. Wattamãng cầu Panich

If you visit Nhong Rim Klong, then you may want to lớn enjoy a bowl of Tnhì beef noodles at Wattamãng cầu Panich as well. It’s just a short walk from Nhong Ryên ổn Klong and easy to lớn spot with its gigantic bubbling cauldron of beef stewing out front.


Wattana Panich is famous for its beef slow-braised with coriander root và over a dozen herbs và spices. Aside from its taste, what makes it remarkable is the fact that it’s been simmering in this very cauldron for over forty years!

Every night, the restaurant uses the previous day’s soup as the base for the next day’s offering. They’d keep the reduced soup simmering in a pot then use it as stock the following day. They’ve sầu been doing this ever since the restaurant first opened over forty years ago.

We went on a street food tour led by a chef who has a restaurant in Hua Hin, và he told me that Wattamãng cầu Panich is his absolute favorite restaurant in Bangkok. And it’s all because of this magical cauldron of beef.


As described, Wattana Panich is famous for its beef which you can get in a bowl with noodles, or served on its own with a side of rice. We just had rice at Nhong Ryên Klong so we went with the version served with kuay teow noodles and beef meatballs, called kuay teow neau buai.

It was absolutely delicious. Stewed for eight hours daily, the broth was sweet & aromatic và the beef ridiculously tender. If you’re visiting Bangkok & enjoy beef noodle soup, then you have sầu lớn try this.

Aside from the beef, Wattamãng cầu Panich is also famous for its goat. We didn’t have sầu it but if you’re a bạn of goat, then you may want to lớn try their kuay teow pae as well. It’s described as being incredibly tender, perhaps even more so than the beef.


Wattana Panich

Address: 338 Phanit Anan Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthamãng cầu, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, ThailandOperating Hours: 6AM-7PM, dailyWhat to Order: Kuay teow neau buai (Tnhị beef noodles), Kuay teow pae (Chinese-style braised goat)Expect to lớn Pay: About THB 100 for the beef, THB 200 for the goatHow lớn Get There: Take the BTS lớn Ekkamai Station. Upon exiting the station, make a right onlớn Ekkamai Road. Wattana Panich is a little closer from here than Nhong Rim Klong, so you can either walk or take a taxi or Uber lớn get lớn the restaurant.

4. Pe Aor Tom Yum Goong

Like Pad Tnhị, tom yum goong is one of Thailand’s national dishes so you can’t visit Bangkok without trying this dish.

Pe Aor Tom Yum Goong (also spelled P’Aor or Pee Aor) was featured in the Bangkok episode of Luke Nguyen’s Street Food Asia. It’s considered by many lớn serve sầu the best tom yum goong in Bangkok.


This is where the magic begins, in that tom yum broth. According to Bangkok-based food blogger Mark Wiens, it’s rare to lớn find the creamy version of tom yum goong soup served with noodles in Bangkok. Pe Aor specializes in it.

In the Bangkok episode of Street Food Asia, the cook describes lớn Luke how they use non-fat milk in the broth instead of coconut milk, making it somewhat of a cross between a Singaporean laksa & Thai tom yum.

Another secret that makes Pe Aor’s tom yum so special is that they infuse the broth with fat from shrimp heads. Tom YUM indeed!


Pictured below is our beautiful bowl of kuay teow tom yum goong nam giới khon. Cheông xã out the size of that prawn!

I haven’t eaten enough tom yum in my life lớn say this the best, but it was absolutely delicious. It was creamy, rich, sour, and just immensely flavorful. If you enjoy tom yum goong, then you have lớn try a bowl at Pe Aor.


We ordered this dish as well based on Mark’s recommendation and it was fantastic too.

Called khao goong rad sauce man boo, it’s a rice dish topped with a jumbo prawn sliced in half và a ladleful of man boo or crab fat. Yes, crab fat!

As you’d expect with dishes made from crab fat, it was rich and simply delicious.


Pe Aor Tom Yum Goong

Address: Soi Phetchaburi 5, Khwaeng Thung Phaya Tnhì, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, ThailandOperating Hours: 10AM-9PM, Tues-SunWhat lớn Order: Kuay teow tom yum goong nam giới khon, Khao goong rad sauce man booExpect khổng lồ Pay: About THB 100 for the kuay teow tom yum goong phái mạnh khon, THB 60 for the khao goong rad sauce man booHow lớn Get There: Take the BTS khổng lồ Ratchathewi Station. After exiting the station, make a left on Petchaburi Road, then a right on Petchaburi Soi 7. Make a left on Petchaburi Soi 5 và the restaurant will be on your right.

5. Khao Gaeng Jake Puey

Khao Gaeng Jake Puey is perhaps one of the most legendary street food stalls in Bangkok. It was also featured on the Bangkok episode of Street Food Asia và is recommended by virtually everyone who knows good Tnhì food. It’s practically a Bangkok institution.

Based on what I’ve sầu read, Khao Gaeng Jake Puey has a reputation for being the Soup Nazi of khao gaeng or Tnhị curry rice. They expect you khổng lồ already know what you want by the time you reach the front of the line, otherwise they’ll sover you back. Ha!


Khao Gaeng Jake Puey is a true Bangkok street food stall. They open at 4PM & don’t have any tables. Diners sit holding their plates of curry rice whilst sitting on these red stools.

Images of diners on these red stools against those worn green doors is one of the most iconic street food scenes you’ll find in Bangkok. It’s a beautiful sight.


I don’t know what it’s called but we enjoyed this creamy bowl of Thai curry with chicken and noodles. I was expecting rice but these noodles were just as good.

Curry is one of my favorite foods so I’ll definitely be eating here again on our next trip khổng lồ Bangkok.


Khao Gaeng Jake Puey

Address: 427 Mangkon Rd, Khwaeng Pom Prap, Khet Pom Prap Sattru Pnhì, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, ThailandOperating Hours: 4-9PM, Tues-SunWhat khổng lồ Order: Curry of the dayExpect khổng lồ Pay: About THB 60 per plate of curry riceHow lớn Get There: Khao Gaeng Jake Puey is located in Bangkok’s Chinatown at the corner of Charoen Krung Road & Mangkon Road. Take the MRT lớn Hua Lamphong Station (Bangkok Train Station). Upon exiting the station & crossing the river, you can walk straight on Charoen Krung Road lớn get to Khao Gaeng Jake Puey.

6. Thipsamai Pad Thai

As you can see from the long line of waiting customers, Thipsamai is one of the most popular restaurants in Bangkok. There’s a queue from the moment they open at 5PM till closing.

Thipsamai was one of the stops on our Bangkok tuk-tuk night tour with Expique and our guide had someone already standing in line for us so we didn’t have to wait.

xuất hiện since the mid-1960s, Thipsamai is popular because they’re known for serving some of the best pad thai in Bangkok. However, not everyone seems khổng lồ feel that way, at least not anymore. Read on khổng lồ find out why.


Thipsamai offers two versions of Pad Thai – one wrapped in egg and another made with fat from shrimp heads. The version pictured below is the one wrapped in egg, otherwise known as pad thai haw kai goong sot.

I’ve sầu had pad tnhì many times both in & out of Đất nước xinh đẹp Thái Lan, but I’ve never had it lượt thích this before. It was delicious.

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Ren had the version made with fat from shrimp heads called pad tnhị sen jan man goong. It was delicious too, but I love egg so I preferred the pad tnhì haw kai goong sot.

As popular as Thipsamai still is, some Thais vì chưng feel that its best days are behind it. According khổng lồ one of our tour guides, the restaurant has changed hands since it first opened and hasn’t been the same.

In keeping with demand, they’ve hired multiple cooks to produce quantity, a move that some feel is at the expense of unique và consistency.

Personally, as a foreigner, I thought their food was delicious. The way I see it, unless you’re Thai & used to eating pad tnhị all the time, then you won’t really know the difference.


Should you choose khổng lồ eat at Thipsamai, I strongly urge you to lớn get a glass of their freshly squeezed tangerine juice as well. Ice cold with a thichồng sediment of pulp bits, it is so refreshing & delicious.

They make it fresh daily so prices are based on market prices. When we were there, this glass of tangerine juice actually cost more than the pad thai!


Thipsamai Pad Thai

Address: 313-315 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, ThailandOperating Hours: 5PM-2AM, Mon-SatWhat to lớn Order: Pad Thai haw kai goong sot, Pad Tnhị sen jan man goong, Fresh tangerine juiceExpect khổng lồ Pay: About THB 80 for the pad tnhì, THB 85 for the fresh tangerine juiceHow lớn Get There: Thipsamai is just a few doors down from Raan Jay Fai. It isn’t near any train stations so it’s easiest to lớn go by taxi or Uber.

7. Soei Restaurant

I trust Mark Wiens when it comes lớn Thai food, so when he called Soei one of his favorite restaurants in Bangkok, I was 100% sure I’d lượt thích it. And I did.

On the wall outside the restaurant is a banner with Mark, his friend Dwight, và P’Soei the chef/owner. The words are in Tnhị so I have no idea what it says, but right next khổng lồ it is a second banner with another of my favorite food personalities – Andrew Zimmern.

He’s posing with P’Soei và on the banner it says “The best Tnhì chef you’ve never heard of”. I did some digging & it looks lượt thích Mark was the one who brought Andrew to lớn Soei.

Clearly, Andrew loved the food as evidenced by what he said at Soei:

“We’ve sầu eaten six dishes, five of which have been the best dishes of their types that I’ve ever eaten. And the sixth one is the first time I’ve sầu eaten anything lượt thích it, and the unique of the cooking here, & the skill, và precision, a lot of great technique… this is an amazing, amazing place.”

That pretty much sums up what you can expect from Soei Restaurant.


What you’re looking at here is an appetizer of fried Indian mackerel cheeks called kaem pla too tod. I knew I had khổng lồ order it when Mark described it as a dish he hasn’t seen anywhere else but Soei.

The dish consists of just the outer layer of the mackerel head deep-fried with garlic và served with a side of chili sauce.


Here’s a better look at the head. Notice it’s jaw and eye socket there?

Because it consists only of the outer layer of the head, it’s extremely light and crisp, like you’re eating a fish head potato chip. It’s so damn good & a must-order at Soei.


We had been eating at different places all day so we were here primarily for the kaem pla too tod. But we couldn’t order just one dish so we asked our VPS for recommendations, và he suggested this plate of chu chee pla too, which fittingly, is a dish of mackerel cooked in a coconut milk curry. We had already eaten the heads so why not the bodies too!

Slathered with a rich and creamy curry, the fish is deep-fried so you don’t have sầu lớn worry about any bones. You can eat the entire fish whole, tail included. It’s really delicious và made for a wonderful mackerel meal.


Soei Restaurant

Address: Phibun Watthamãng cầu 6 Alley, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Tnhì, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, ThailandOperating Hours: 10AM-9:30PM, Sun-FriWhat khổng lồ Order: Kaem pla too tod, Chu chee pla tooExpect to lớn Pay: About THB 90 for the kaem pla too tod, THB 150 for the chu chee pla tooHow to lớn Get There: Take the BTS to lớn Ari Station. From there, you can catch a taxi or Uber to the restaurant.

8. Som Tam Jay So

This is another restaurant highly recommended by Mark. They specialize in Isan food which is a Lao-influenced cuisine from the Northeastern part of xứ sở của những nụ cười thân thiện Thái Lan.

According khổng lồ Mark, it’s one of the most authentic Isan restaurants in Bangkok so it’s hugely popular. We were there around noon & the place was packed with lunch-going office workers.


As their name suggests, one of their specialties is som tam or Thai green papaya salad which they prepare at a station near the front of the restaurant. Here’s the owner and cook mixing all the ingredients together in large clay vats.


This version of som tam is called tam pa, which translates to lớn “jungle pounded salad”. It’s basically a set of shredded green papaya, tomatoes, kulantro, crab, & chopped up freshwater táo bị cắn snails dressed in a fermented fish sauce.

When I ordered it, the owner gave me a ladleful of the fish sauce to lớn smell. It has a pungent odor so I think she was just making sure I could handle it before serving us a plate.

I enjoyed it – it’s intensely flavorful & spicy – but Ren didn’t. She found it too fishy so you may want to lớn steer clear of this if you don’t appreciate overly pungent food.


These barbecued chicken wings are a little easier on the palate. They’re sweet, smokey, và juicy & go great with the som tam. We ordered just one each at first but they were so good we wound up ordering more.


Som Tam Jay So

Address: Soi Phiphat 2, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, ThailandOperating Hours: 10AM-6PM, Mon-SatWhat khổng lồ Order: Tam page authority, Pik tua yangExpect to Pay: About THB 50 for tam pa, THB 17 for pik sợi yang (per wing)How khổng lồ Get There: Som Tam Jay So is just a short walk from Chong Nonđam mê BTS Station. Upon exiting the station, turn into Soi Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 3. Walk straight for a few minutes và the restaurant will be on your left.

9. Suan Bua Tnhị Restaurant

Suan Bua is the Tnhị restaurant of Centara Gr& at Central Plaza Ladprao. Helmed by Chef Santiphap “Por” Petchwao, the restaurant is known for its thực đơn of Tnhì court dishes derived from the royal kitchen of King Rama V.

We’ve had Thai food many times before but never quite like this. What an experience!


Have sầu you ever seen Tnhì food as pretty as this? Pictured here is a dish of river prawn in lotus leaves with sweet sauce. It’s just one of many unique và beautifully plates dishes you’ll find at Suan Bua.


Chef Por sources his ingredients from far-flung regions in Xứ sở nụ cười Thái Lan to create interesting dishes lượt thích this one. What you’re looking at is a duo of rice comprised of sangyod brown rice and hom mali white rice grown on Buriram Volcano soil.

We tried several dishes và each one was as delicious & inventive sầu as the last. Clearly, Suan Bua is one of the best Thai restaurants in Bangkok. Cheông xã out our post on the Suan Bua Thai Restaurant for more pictures & information.


Suan Bua Tnhì Restaurant

Address: Central Gr& Plaza, 1695 Phaholyothin Rd., Chatuchak, 10900, ThailandOperating Hours: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6-10:30PM, dailyWhat to Order: River prawn in lotus leaves, tom goong yang prung sod Rama V, Phuket sea snail curryExpect to Pay: About THB 350-450 for most dishesHow to lớn Get There: Take the MRT lớn Phahon Yothin Station. From there, it’s about a 10-minute walk to lớn Centara Gr& at Central Plaza Ladprao. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or Grab lớn the khách sạn.

10. Or Tor Kor Market

Located next to lớn the popular Chatuchak Market, Or Tor Kor Market is known for selling only the highest quality produce. It’s so clean và pleasant that it feels more lượt thích a department store than an actual wet market!

In fact, so highly regarded is Or Tor Kor that it was named one of the world’s 10 best fresh markets by CNN.


Prices are higher here than at other markets, but you can always be guaranteed of the quality of their produce. I first learned about Or Tor Kor Market when I saw this Clip by Mark Wiens.

He recommended Or Tor Kor for its quality produce, an example of which are these perfect-looking segments of durian. At THB 300 per 100 grams, they’re expensive for sure but super delicious.

If you’ve never had durian before but are curious to try it, then this is a great place khổng lồ vày it.


A local took us khổng lồ Or Tor Kor Market specifically lớn try hoy tod & pad thai at stall 11/40. It’s one of several kiosks at the market’s food court offering different types of prepared Tnhị food.


Hoy tod is a crispy dish of oyster or mussel omelette. According to lớn our Thai friover Natt, this is the only place where her father will eat hoy tod whenever he’s in Bangkok. That’s exactly the kind of local knowledge we look for when we travel!

Because hoy tod calls for a lot of oil to lớn get it as crisp as possible, it isn’t the healthiest dish around but it’s seriously delicious.


Stall 11/40 is known for their pad thai as well which Natt thinks is much better than Thipsamai’s version. Personally, I enjoyed them both, but I would never argue with a local. Ha!

If you visit Or Tor Kor Market, then you have sầu to kiểm tra out this stall.


Or Tor Kor Market

Address: 139/4 1, Samsen Nai, Phaya Tnhì, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, ThailandOperating Hours: 7AM-6PM, dailyWhat lớn Order: Hoy tod, Pad Tnhị, DurianExpect khổng lồ Pay: About THB 60 per order of hoy tod or Pad Thai, THB 300 per 100 grams of durianHow to lớn Get There: Take the MRT lớn Kamphaeng Phet Station. Go lớn exit no. 3 & walk across the parking lot lớn the market.

11. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Khlong Lat Mayom was the first market we visited with Natt. Bangkok is known for its floating markets và Khlong Lat Mayom is a great one lớn visit.

Located near Central Bangkok, it isn’t as big as Damnoen Saduak or Amphawa Floating Markets, but it’s less chaotic & easier to access. I haven’t been lớn Damnoen Saduak or Amphawa but I’ve read they’ve become quite touristy in recent years.

Khlong Lat Mayom is frequented mostly by locals so it’ll give you a much more authentic floating market experience.


Khlong Lat Mayom offers both fresh produce & prepared food so you’ll find many different Thai dishes here.


Pictured below are trays of tako which is a Tnhì pudding dessert topped with coconut custard. We’ve sầu only had these at Thai restaurants outside of the country, so it was great lớn finally try the real thing.


Many tables were enjoying pla pao which is salt-crusted grilled fish. According to Natt, it’s a popular dish at floating markets so we decided lớn try it as well.

Served in a box và made with different types of fish, you take chunks of the fish meat và wrap it in lettuce leaves with noodles, veggies, và sauce.

We tried the Thai tilapia and it was moist, smokey, và very fresh-tasting. It’s light too so two people can easily polish off the whole fish without feeling too full.

If you lượt thích fish, then you should definitely try pla pao at Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market.


Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Address: Soi Bang Ramat, Bang Phrom, Khet Taling Chan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10170, ThailandOperating Hours: 9AM-6PM, Mon-FriWhat to Order: Pla paoExpect lớn Pay: About THB 180 for the pla paoHow khổng lồ Get There: There’s no easy way to lớn get to Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market by public transportation. The best way is lớn go by Uber or Taxi. It should cost you around THB 200 or so each way from Central Bangkok.

12. Go on a Food or Bar Hopping Tour

Aside from seeking out the best Bangkok restaurants and street food stalls, another thing we enjoy doing on trips is khổng lồ go on food tours. It’s a great way of finding hidden gems that don’t always show up on Google.

We bởi plenty of research before every trip but sometimes, we need the help of a local khổng lồ find the most obscure places. A good example is stall 11/40 at Or Tor Kor Market. Do you think we ever would have sầu found that place had it not been for a local?

If you’d like lớn go on a local-led food tour in Bangkok, then you may be interested in this Chinatown night food tour or this Bangrak Market tour. Both will take you to local spots that feature some of the best street food in Bangkok.


If you drink, then you may want to check out this Siam bar hopping tour as well. It features both street food & beer which is always a terrific combination anywhere in Thái Lan.

All three of these tours are offered by Magical Trip, a boutique travel agency offering small local-led tours in xứ sở của những nụ cười thân thiện & Japan. I’ve been on their Shinjuku food tour in Tokyo & their Gion food tour in Kyoto và enjoyed them both.

As of this writing, Magical Trip has a perfect 5-star rating on TripAdvisor with almost 1,400 Đánh Giá.



There is so much amazing food in Bangkok that this danh sách of twelve sầu barely scratches the surface. But I do hope it gives you a few ideas và points you in the right direction.

Many of these food recommendations came from Mark Wiens of eatingthaifood.com. Mark’s the man when it comes lớn Tnhì food in Bangkok so many thanks to hyên ổn for these awesome food recommendations.

To help you find the places mentioned in this guide, I’ve pinned them all on an interactive sầu maps.

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You can also download a copy of our entire 2-week xứ sở của những nụ cười thân thiện itinerary in editable Word format from our EAT-ineraries page. It covers Bangkok, Chiang Mai, và Chiang Rai.

Thanks for reading & we hope you enjoy these awesome restaurants in Bangkok!


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