Some of our favourite Bangkok street food stalls have temporarily suspended their operations due to the recent restriction of dining-in by the government. Thankfully, however, some of the stalls are still hard at work, catering to our needs while we remain safe in the comfort of our own homes. From Michelin-rated fried chicken to 115 year old Thai crepes and smokey stir-fried Pad Thai – this Bangkok street food list will provide all the suggestions you need for a comfortable meal at home!
Here Are 10 Bangkok Street Food Stalls You Shouldn’t Miss Out On
Note: Operating hours may have changed due to recent curfew announced. Check with delivery partners or call restaurant directly with contact info provided below.
1. Racha Neua Toon (ราชาเนื้อตุ๋น) – Braised Beef Noodles
Racha Neua Toon serves one of Bangkok’s best Kuay Teow Neua Toon (braised beef noodles)! This signature dish comes with blanched rice noodles, fall-apart-tender beef chunks, morning glory and beans sprouts, all served in an aromatic beef broth boiled with Chinese herbs and spices.
Recommend: Kuay Teow Neua Toon (Braised Beef Noodles), Ba Mee Haeng Kaa Moo (Braised Pork Leg with Dry Egg Noodles)
2. Go-Ang Pratunam – Chicken Rice
Go-Ang Pratunam is considered one of the best Hainanese Chicken Rice in Bangkok. It is also awarded the Bib Gourmand award by the Michelin Group, recognizing it as a stall of good quality and value. The smooth poached chicken here is served upon a bed of aromatic rice cooked in chicken stock and fat. For the adventurous, try the chicken blood curds and chicken gizzard!
Check out our video on Go-Ang Pratunam here.
Recommend: Hainanese Chicken Rice
Delivery Service: Line Man (Order here), Grab Food (Order here), GET Delivery
Address: 930 Phetchaburi Rd, Makkasan, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand (Main Branch)
Contact: +66 2 251 8768
3. Jeh Jong Moo Tod
Moo Tod Jeh Jong is a historical restaurant in Bangkok that serves a staple Thai dish called Moo Tod (Fried Pork). A plate of Moo Tod gets you marinated fried pork slices, and side dishes of your choice ranging from spicy sausages to fried fish, all served with white rice. Don’t forget to get the red grounded chilli and fish sauce for an extra kick!
Check out our video on Moo Tod Jeh Jong here.
Recommend: Fried Pork and Rice (Moo Tod)
4. Som Tam Jay So – Papaya Salad
Som Tam Jay So is known for serving the best and most authentic Isaan (Northeastern Thailand) style of Som Tam (Papaya Salad)! You get to choose over 30 styles of Som Tam to your suit preference, however, they mostlly come with the same base ingredients such as green papaya, lime, peanuts, cherry tomatoes, fish sauce and chillies. A must-try for Som Tam lovers!
Check out our video on Som Tam Jay So here.
Recommend: Salted Egg Papaya Salad, Grilled Chicken Wings (if available on delivery app)
5. Soi Polo – Fried Chicken
Soi Polo’s crispy fried chicken is touted as one of Bangkok’s best! Their fried chicken had landed them an award called the Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Group. What makes this fried chicken so delicious is the marinade recipe that has been passed down from generations. Expertly fried crispy and topped with a generous amount of fried garlic, Soi Polo chicken is a must-try!
Check out our video on Soi Polo here.
6. Tom Yum Kung Banglamphu – Tom Yum Kung
Tom Yum Kung Banglamphu is a street stall in Bangkok well-known for its Tom Yum Kung (shrimp tom yum) and freshwater shrimp dishes! Instead of using milk to thicken the soup like other places, what makes this Tom Yum different from others, is the natural creaminess it gets from the buttery goodness of the shrimp. Also, try out their Fried Shrimp with Garlic!
Check out our video on Tom Yum Kung Banglamphu here.
Recommend: Tom Yum Kung, Fried Shrimp with Garlic
Delivery Service: Line Man (Order here)
Address: Soi Kraisi, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
7. Sarinthip Khanom Bueang (สรินทร์ทิพย์ ขนมเบื้องไทย ตลาดพลู) – Thai Crepes
This legendary street stall has been selling sweet and savoury Khanom Bueang (Thai crepes) for 115 years! Although only serving two types of crepes: sweet and savoury, this stall never fails to attract large crowds. The sweet crepes come with egg, shredded coconut and egg yolk threads; while the savoury crepe comes with egg, shrimp paste, grated coconut and spring onions.
Check out our video on Sarinthip Crepes here.
Recommend: Both sweet and savoury crepes
8. Thipsamai Restaurant – Pad Thai
Thipsamai is one of the most famous pad thai restaurants here in Bangkok! The preparation of their signature pad thai starts with frying fresh prawns and rice noodles in a searing hot work, then finished off with a special red sauce, tofu, bean sprouts, leeks and egg.
To make things more interesting, you can choose wrap your pad thai in a thin fried egg! While it may seem unnecessary as the pad thai comes with bits of scrambled eggs, the wrapped egg brings an additional hint of smokiness to your dish.
Check out our video on Thipsamai Pad Thai here.
Recommend: Egg Wrapped Shrimp Pad Thai (Pad Thai Haw Kai Goong Sot)
Address: 313-315 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200 (Main Branch)
Delivery Service: Line Man (Order here), Grab Food (Order here)
Link(s): Website, Facebook, Instagram
Contact: +66 2 226 6666
9. Charoen Saeng Silom – Braised Pork Knuckle with Rice
This Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant, Charoen Saeng Silom, serves one of the most highly rated Khao Kha Moo (Braised Pork Leg) in Bangkok. The pork leg or knuckle, is braised in a rich Thai-chinese style broth that consists of a variety of spices and herbs such as star anise. While it looks gelatinous and fatty all around, you’d be surprised to find that the meat underneath is lean and tender. Eat it with the vinegar sauce provided!
Check out our video on Charoen Saeng Silom here.
Recommend: Khao Kha Moo (Braised Pork Leg)
Delivery Service: Line Man (Order here)
Address: 492/6 Soi Charoen Krung 49, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
10. เจ๊วรรณสวนหลวงจุฬา (Jae Wan Suan Luang Chula) – Thai Soy Milk Desserts
เจ๊วรรณสวนหลวงจุฬา or Jae Wan Suan Luang Chula is a famous dessert shop that serves a plethora authentic Chinese-Thai style desserts, that mainly revolve around their signature ingredient, soybean. This place serves warm and cold desserts, with a wide range of toppings such as grass jelly, Bua Loy (rice flour ball with black sesame filling), toasted bread and so much more!
Check out our video on เจ๊วรรณสวนหลวงจุฬา here!
Recommend: Volcanic Grass Jelly With Milo, Signature Soy Bean Curd, Shaved ice Bowl With Toasted Bread and Condensed Milk
We Hope Everyone Is Keeping Safe Amid Such Difficult Times
There you have it Foodies! A list of famous Bangkok street food stalls that will still be serving us during this difficult period of time. Get some food, put on some Netflix shows, and enjoy your meal at home, for now. Stay safe!
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