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15 Must Try Michelin-Awarded Street Food in Bangkok

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Aside dazzling scenes and bustling excitements, Thailand is also best known for their appetizing cuisines that make your mouth waters in delight! No need to head for fancy restaurants, the street food at Bangkok are enough to satisfy your Thai cravings! Here’s some bargaining Michelin-recommended Bangkok street food that you must not miss!

1.Jay Oh/Jeh O Chula

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This place serves the best supper in Thai’s signature and iconic hot and sour broth. Their Mama Tom Yum Noodle Soup that serves prawns, squids, crab legs, eggs and pork meatballs with instant noodles is worth of the queue! The restaurant also offers set dishes in which you get to savor more Thai delicacies!

Note: Noodles are only sold in sharing portion (2 pax) at 11pm onwards

Price: 200 Baht – 400 Baht

Address: 113 Soi Charat Mueang, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

Opening Hours: 5:30 PM – 10 PM

2.Soi Polo

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If you’re a fan of fried chicken, then you’re definitely going to love Soi Polo. Seasoned with golden brown garlics on the crispy skin, in one bite you could feel and taste the tenderness of the juicy meat. Enjoy a different taste from heaven with sauces, sticky rice or som tum (papaya salad)!

Price: 150 Baht –350 Baht

Address: 137/1-3 Soi Polo, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 7 AM –10 PM

3.Jay Fai

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The only hawker stall to earn a Michelin Star, this is one place that you mustn’t miss! Run by an elderly woman with her iconic safety goggles, her signature dish is the omelette stuffed with fresh crab meat that brings flavors to your mouth! The drunken noodles that serve fried flat rice noodles with spicy sauce and large prawns marinated in wine is another dish to recommend!

Price: 400 Baht –1000 Baht

Address: 327 Samran Rat Intersection, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 2:30 PM –12 AM; Closed on Monday and Sunday

4.Nai Mong Hoi Tod

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Another seafood omelette recommended to try is the Hod Thoi—fried oyster omelette! The small stall also serves delicious mussels omelette that will make you desire for more! Taste the crispiness of the fried eggs and the juiciness from the oysters and mussels!

Price: 70 – 100 Baht

Address: 539 Phlapphla Chai Road, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 11 AM – 9 PM; Closed on Monday

5.Baan Yai Phad Thai

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Pad Thai is one of Thailand’s iconic cuisine where you can find anywhere—but there was a reason that the rice noodles at this stall earned a Bib Gourmand award. Their flavourful noodles cooked with a distinct smokiness from the charcoal flame is what kept the line waiting!

Price: 40 – 70 Baht

Address: 108 Soi Inthamara 47, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Opening Hours: 4 PM –10:30 PM

6.Tung Sui Heng Pochana

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This family-run business serves savory stewed duck meat in clay pots for over 50 years yet the luscious taste remains. You can also order some noodles to go with the spicy duck broth that will tingle your tongue with delight! There’s also stewed duck intestines as well!

Price: 50 – 500 Baht

Address: 649 Banthat Thong Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 3 PM –10 PM (Mon –Fri); 2:30 PM –10 PM (Sat & Sun)

7.Jok Khlong San/Jok Prince

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If you’re looking for a heartwarming meal in Bangkok, Jok Khlong San offers the most delectable and affordable congee you never had! Denser than the Cantonese counterpart, this Thai-style porridge includes marinated pork balls, organs, century eggs or raw eggs in a steaming bowl! It’s the best dish to eat at breakfast, dinner and supper!

Price: 35 – 60 Baht

Address: 6 Soi Kanchanaphisek 5/1, Kanchanaphisek Road, Bang Khae, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 6am – 12pm (Breakfast); 4pm – 10:30pm (Dinner & Supper)

8.Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai

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Located near Chinatown, this Thai fried noodles earned Michelin’s recognition! Whether it’s with the perfect fried eggs or runny eggs, the noodles’ crispy exterior and soft chewy texture on the inside remains scrumptious! The noodles come in variations—chicken, pork, squid, or a combination of all—each seasoned nicely with pork fat, soy sauce and a sprinkle of spring onions. If you want to avoid the heat, you can enjoy your meal in the air-conditioned room!

Price: 50 Baht – 150 Baht

Address: 419 Luang Road, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 4pm – 12am

9.Hia Wan Khao Tom Pla

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Located near Bangkok’s main fish auction—Saphan Pla Market, Hia Wan Khao Tom Pla serves the freshest seafood in variation of mouth-watering dishes! The shop’s signature—Khao Tom Pla Gao, which is a bowl of rice soup with fish meat is a must-eat dish in Bangkok! The Gong Ob Woon Sen (Baked Rice Vermicelli Noodles with River Prawns) and Tom Yum Pla Kapong (Tom Yum Soup with Barramundi) are also tasty to try!

Price: 50 Baht – 400 Baht

Address: 816 Chan Road, Sathon, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am

10.Charoen Saeng Silom

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This shop has been serving savory stewed pork knuckle since 1959. The soft, caramelised pork meat melts into flavor bits in your mouth! Their gravy brings out rich aroma from the Chinese herbs that, when drizzled on rice that comes with salty vegetables, became an irresistible dish!

Price: 40 Baht – 240 Baht

Address: 492/6 Soi Charoen Krung 49, Si Lom Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 8am – 2pm (until all sold)

11.Baan Somtum

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If you are a fan of Som Tum (Papaya Salad), head for Baan Somtum as this chain restaurant serves 29 varieties of Som Tum that should have your favourite one. The restaurant also serve other dishes such as the Isan cuisines that use many spices and chillies on grilled meat, and pork minced soup.

Price: 200 – 400 Baht

Address: 9/1, Soi Pramuan, Si Wiang Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10140

  • Other branches: https://www.baansomtum.com/

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm

12.Ten Suns

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This shop serves the best braised beef noodles since the first generation. The meat, sat in rich and savory broth for 4 – 5 hours brings out the aromatic flavor when your teeth sink into the tenderness of the beef. Also, their noodles come with different cuts for a variety of textures to try!

Price: 100 Baht – 120 Baht

Address: 456 Wisut Kasat Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 9am – 3pm (Tues – Sat); 9am – 6pm (Sun)

13.Arunwan

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Locals called here “Tue Huan Ekkamai”, which means “Ekkamai’s Pork Intestines”. As you can guess it, this shop serves a variety of pork offal—pork belly, pork tripe, pig lung, pig intestines, kidneys and even livers! You can customize your own bowl of pork offal and it does not cost much at all!

Price: 50 Baht – 70 Baht

Address: 293 Ekkamai 15 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Opening Hours: 9am – 3pm

14.Guay Jub Mr. Joe

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Here’s another pork dish to recommend! Guay Jub Mr Joe serves crispy pork belly with dark sweet sauces that makes you crave for more! It is said the best way to eat this is mixing into the peppery broth, rice noodle soup Guay Jub!

Price: 50 Baht – 60 Baht

Address: 86 Soi Chan 44, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 8am – 4:30pm

15.Go Ang Pratunam

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Go Ang Pratunam’s chicken rice is very different from others’. Their aromatic rice, coated with chicken oil is light and fluffy and perfectly matches the flavoury poached chicken. Dip your chicken meat in sauces to experience a different taste; their double-boiled soups are also delicious!

Price: 40 Baht – 290 Baht

Address: 960-962 Soi Phetchaburi 30, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 6am – 2pm, 5pm – 2am

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