Street Eats in Bangkok

Who doesn’t like to eat?

Thailand is by far the best place to eat street food.  I didn’t get sick the entire time i was stuffing my face.

For the most part we ate at food stalls on the street, at the market, or some crazy alley my dad found.  They were all so tasty!  So what about that alley my dad stumbled upon?  Well a brief background about my dad.  He is a born wanderer and ultra friendly.  He will talk to anyone!  Once i couldn’t find him at the airport because he was sharing a bottle of johnny walker blue with a business man who was told he couldn’t bring it on the flight with him!

Anyway My dad wakes up early in the morning for his walk, he decided to see where the workers were coming from – there was a little unpaved alley .   He discovered the were line of little restaurants out of local’s houses and vendors that sold to the locals during their break. This was one of the best places I’ve eaten throughout the trip, not to mention the cheapest!


My Dad brought us a snack, from his morning walk.

And Bam… here are the street eats! (my food photographing skills have dramatically progressed since then)



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Soup in a bag!, We found a vendor selling noodle soup a block away from the hotel, We begged him to put it in a bag so we can eat it out of the heat (even at night) . We ran to the hotel before the bags melted.


Shaved Papaya!


Empty Plates = Full Bellies


anything on a stick!


You select what meat you want, they bag it and add sauce.



a pot of hot stew.


Papaya Salad!


Fried Frog Legs!


This soup from a lady on the boat at the floating market


Floating Market soup! Yummy. After i see her dump the left overs in the water, rinse the plate with the lake water and then dose it with bowling water. Boiling water apparently disinfects everything.

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The few desserts. It was mainly fresh fruits for sweets.

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