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Originally Bangkok’s Chinese community settled in the present-day, Ko Ratanakosin. It was not until 1783 that they relocated upriver along the Mae Nam Chao Phraya to today’s Yaowarat district, resulting in the city’s Chinatown. Chinatown is one of a few touristy areas in Bangkok that has not succumbed to a degree of urbanisation, retaining an undeveloped but nonetheless endearing format. Running along Yaowarat Road from Odeon Circle, the huge unmistakable and striking ceremonial Chinese gate marks the entrance.

Dispersing off the main roads is a series of smaller roads, narrow alleys and backstreets. Each of these offer great insight into how the Chinese community have preserved their cultural traditions, celebrations and identities for over two centuries. The area was once renowned for being home to a dense warren of opium dens, gambling joints, brothels and pawnshops. Today it is the great food, fabric and gold that lure the tourists to this area.

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1. KHLONG TOEI MARKET: Pork Porridge
ADDRESS: 1 Kasem Rat Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

Khlong Toei Market is Bangkok’s biggest fresh market, offering every type of seafood you can imagine, in addition to raw meat, farm produce, clothing and home goods.

????Pork Porridge: Porridge, pork, blood cakes, pepper, fried onion and garlic, ginger, herbs, fish sauce, chili and fermented chili (optional)

????PRICE: .90 USD/30 THB per bowl

2. JE DA POOMADONG: Pickled Seafood
ADDRESS: Khwaeng Chakkrawat, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100

????Je Da Poomadong has been satisfying seafood-lovers tastebuds for 50 years and remains a go-to spot for locals and tourists alike. They’re known for their original raw seafood salad recipe and their fresh, diverse dishes to choose from: crab, blue crab, shrimp, mantis shrimp and clams. They’re all soaked in fish sauce, salt, lemon juice, chili, garlic and scallion.

????PRICE: 12 USD/400 THB per kg of shrimp | 48.5 USD/1,600 THB per kg of crab

3. SIAM 77: Giant Freshwater Prawn
ADDRESS: 77 Moo 6, at the base of Rama 5 Bridge, in Pibul Songkram 2 Pier area, Pibul Songkram Road, Lad Khwan Subdistrict, Mueang Nonthaburi District, Nonthaburi
OPEN: 4PM - 11PM

????This family-owned restaurant gets their fresh prawn daily from a local supplier. They use fresh ingredients in each dish, and the mother of the family creates unique recipes only available at Siam 77. They sell up to 100kg of prawn every weekend!

????????Stir-fried freshwater catfish with curry paste: Add red curry paste and chicken stock to a hot, oiled pan. Place the catfish in, allowing it to cook for 5-7 minutes before adding coconut milk, fish sauce and sugar. Place on a plate and garnish with lime leaves and chili before diving in!

????Spicy stir-fried pork: Mix cubed pork, eggplant, sugar, chili, lime leaves, fish sauce, curry paste (which includes lemongrass, galangal, shrimp paste, garlic and chili) and oyster sauce in a frying pan. Cook until pork is finished and enjoy!

????PRICE RANGE: 60 USD/2,000 THB per kg of giant freshwater prawn | 10.6 USD/350 THB per serving of stir-fried freshwater catfish with curry paste | 6 USD/200 THB per serving of spicy stir-fried pork
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Ridiculously Creamy Shrimp and Khao San Road (ต้มยำกุ้ง อร่อยมาก) - Bangkok Day 1

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On Day 1 in this Bangkok travel and food guide video series we left our house in Bangkok, and checked into a hotel near Khao San Road in the Banglamphu area of Bangkok, and then had one of the most ridiculously creamy versions of tom yum goong (ต้มยำกุ้ง).

2:09 Lunch - Before doing anything, I had a quick lunch at home, cooked by my mother in law.

3:30 Leaving Home - After a quick lunch, we left our house, and to get to the Khao San Road are we took the BTS skytrain to National Stadium Station, then walked over to the Khlong Saen Saeb canal where we caught the Bangkok canal boat to Phanfa Leelard Pier, which is the final boat station. From there we walked over to Khao San Road, and to our hotel called Full House Khao San, and checked in.

7:31 Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu (ร้านต้มยำกุ้งบางลำพู) - After checking into our hotel, we were pretty hungry again, so we dropped our bags, and then headed off to go to a restaurant called Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu (ร้านต้มยำกุ้งบางลำพู ), it was my first time to eat here and the food was incredible. We ordered two Thai shrimp dishes including tom yum goong (ต้มยำกุ้ง) soup and pla goong (พล่ากุ้ง) which is a shrimp salad. The shrimp were incredibly good, so buttery and so rich and creamy. No sure if it’s the best tom yum goong in Bangkok, but it was definitely one of the best I’ve had and made it to my list of top tom yum in Bangkok. The pla goong (พล่ากุ้ง) was also delicious, nice and sour and spicy. Get more details here:

13:44 Khao San Road and Rambuttri - After an excellent early dinner we headed off to walk around Khao San Road and the parallel Rambuttri, both of which are the center of backpacking tourism in Bangkok. There are many restaurants, bars, and hostels along the streets. We mostly just took a walk through, and then headed over to Phra Athit Road.

16:49 Park and Chao Phraya River, Suan Santichai (สวนสันติชัย) - After walking through Khao San Road, we headed to the Chao Phraya River, and enjoyed the view from Suan Santichai (สวนสันติชัย). We happen to arrive just as they were doing the evening aerobics, which is always interesting to see, and I also enjoyed the views of the Phra Sumen fort at night.

17:43 Roti Mataba (โรตีมะตะบะ) Restaurant - One of the long standing famous restaurants along Phra Athit road is Roti Mataba (โรตีมะตะบะ) Restaurant. I had been here years ago, so I was happy to eat here again. They specialize mainly in Halal Thai food, specifically curry and roti mataba (stuffed roti). Ying and I had the roti mataba pla (โรตีมะตะบะปลา), roti stuffed with fish, the gaeng kari pla (แกงกะหรี่ปลา), a type of Thai fish curry, and the kiew wan gai (เขียวหวานไก่), green chicken curry. The food overall was a bit on the sweet side, not my favorite, but alright. It was a good way to end a wonderful first day on this Bangkok trip!


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Bangkok is the capital and the most populous city of Thailand. It is known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon. The city occupies 1,568.7 square kilometres (605.7 sq mi) in the Chao Phraya River delta in Central Thailand, and has a population of over eight million, or 12.6 percent of the country's population. Over fourteen million people (22.2 percent) live within the surrounding Bangkok Metropolitan Region, making Bangkok an extreme primate city, dwarfing Thailand's other urban centres in terms of importance.

Bangkok traces its roots to a small trading post during the Ayutthaya Kingdom in the 15th century, which eventually grew in size and became the site of two capital cities: Thonburi in 1768 and Rattanakosin in 1782. Bangkok was at the heart of Siam's modernization during the later nineteenth century, as the country faced pressures from the West. The city was the centre stage of Thailand's political struggles throughout the twentieth century, as the country abolished absolute monarchy, adopted constitutional rule and underwent numerous coups and uprisings. The city grew rapidly during the 1960s through the 1980s and now exerts a significant impact among Thailand's politics, economy, education, media and modern society.

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Hot Pots and Barbecues in Thailand (Jim Jum and Moo Krata)

Eating Isaan Hotpots (Jim Jum) and Pork Barbecue (Moo Krata) in rural Thailand ( and a not-so-informative guide to both. I'm a bit drunk, and tamarind and palm sugar are the last of the secret ingredients.

For those new to Jim Jum it is like a fiery Thai hot pot soup originating from the Isaan area of Northeastern Thailand. Jim Jum, unlike other Hot Pots, boasts a uniquely Thai infused broth of shallot, Lemongrass, chilli, Sweet Basil and Garlic. They are easily found at Joom Zaap Hut franchises and more info found here:

For those new to Moo Krata barbecues they again are hands-on eating by cooking and sharing your own meats and soups over a charcoal flamed skillet. The top grill barbecues meats, the surrounding edge boils a soup of veg, noodles, meats and egg. Mix together with a tangy chilli dip (nam jim) and wash done with drinks and rural banter. Moo Krata is more of an evening feast (rarely found before 5pm) and while restaurants are easy to find we prefer to keep it homely and intimate ordering the delivery option and have the meats and cooking pots are delivered to the house.

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Authentic Isaan Street Food in Bangkok at Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส)

Located in Silom, Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส) is one of my new favorite restaurants in Bangkok to eat som tam (green papaya salad). More on (coming soon)

Silom is one of the biggest downtown and financial districts of Bangkok, and there are many good restaurants and street food stalls. And along with that, you’ll find an abundance of Isaan (northeastern Thailand) restaurants and street food stalls throughout Bangkok… but not all of them are that good. One day, while in Silom during lunch, Ying and I stopped at a place called Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส) to eat some different types of Thai green papaya salad, and a few of their other specialities. It turned out to be some of the best som m, green papaya salad, that I’ve had in a long time in Bangkok. It’s now one of my favorite street food restaurants in Bangkok. Here are the dishes we ordered:

Som tam sua (ส้มตำซั่ว) - This is a green papaya salad with rice vermicelli noodles it. It also included a variety of other vegetables, plus lots of chilies, and fermented fish sauce. It was absolutely stunning.

Tam ba (ตำป่า) - For another plate of green papaya salad, we got the tam ba (ตำป่า), jungle style, with a big mixture of different ingredients, and again flavored heavily with fermented fish sauce. It was again incredibly delicious, unbelievably good.

Bik gai yang (ปีกไก่ย่าง) - Another thing they are famous for serving at Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส) is grilled chicken wings. And the wings were so golden and crispy looking, that if it wasn’t for them telling me they were grilled I would have thought they were deep fried. The chicken wings were excellent, with flavor going all the way to the bone.

Kaw moo yang (คอหมูย่าง) - I wasn’t planning on ordering the fatty grilled pork neck, but when I saw it in the cabinet waiting to be served, I had to order it. The pork neck was absolutely incredible - it was tender and juicy, and you could really taste the grilled smoky flavor.

Tom Saeb moo (ต้มแซ่บหมู) - One of the popular soups in Isaan is tom Saeb moo (ต้มแซ่บหมู), a meaty and sour soup. This was pretty good, nice and spicy, and slightly sour with lots of meat and various pieces of intestine and other things in it.

Laab neau (ลาบเนื้อ) - The laab neau (ลาบเนื้อ), minced meat salad, was also incredibly delicious, with just the right flavor and plenty of chilies.

Khao neow (ข้าวเหนียว) - Finally, no Isaan meal can be eaten without sticky rice.

Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส)
Address: Soi Piphat 2, Silom, Bangkok 10500
Open hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm daily

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Total price for everything we ate - 339 THB

Som Tam Jay So (ร้านส้มตำเจ๊โส) serves some of the most authentic and best Isaan food and green papaya salad that I’ve had in Bangkok.


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Thai Street Food Quick Breakfast Options Bangkok Suburbs

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Thai Food Legend / $1 Street Food In Thailand / Bangkok After Lockdown 2020

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Food Delivery Riders Wait For Orders During Bangkok Covid-19 Shutdown

Food delivery riders wait for orders as residents stuck at home during a coronavirus lockdown rely on their service for their meals. Footage shows the workers outside the Esplanade shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand, where restaurants have been forced to close and switch to take-out deliveries only. While many people have stayed at home, the motorcycle riders who work for various app-based services, have put themselves on the front line to keep the city well fed. All of them were seen wearing masks to protect them from the infection while checking their smartphones for incoming ordered. Due to most customers working from home while they have avoided going to public areas, delivery riders have been gaining extra tasks. Office workers have also been increasingly relying upon the delivery services, with their regular restaurants and cafes closed down. Thailand has already been one of the most competitive markets for food delivery services, even before the Covid-19 hit Bangkok and other big cities in Asia. Thailand has enforced strict measures to contain the pandemic by closing all non-essential businesses, issuing regional travel bans and banning non-residents from entering the country.


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A funny thing happened to me on the way to the market last night and no, it’s not the start of a bad joke. A man on a motorbike pulled up beside us as we were walking and started talking to Ta, he seemed quite excited and very friendly. Was he trying to sell something? Haha No, it turns out that he is one of our subscribers. It’s wonderful knowing that we have many Thai subscribers who are happy to see their country through a farang’s eyes. I like to think that it means that we’re doing a good job.

He doesn’t speak any English, but he told Ta how much he loves our Channel, saying that it’s awesome. He said that he is selling his house and attached restaurant and asked if I would help him with writing some English about the property. I told him that I would have to come and have a look around and he immediately asked Ta and I to come and have lunch there. So I countered by saying, only if we can do a video.

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Happy New Year 2016 from Thailand! (& the Final Meal of 2015)

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Insanely Delicious Thai Black Pepper Crab! ปูผัดพริกไทยดำ

Daeng Seafood Restaurant (ร้านแดงอาหารทะเล) serves outstanding Thai seafood, including an epic Thai black pepper crab! More details coming soon on:

Daeng Seafood Restaurant (ร้านแดงอาหารทะเล) is a seafood restaurant in Thailand, located in the Samut Songkhram (สมุทรสงคราม) province, which is about an hour drive south of Bangkok (unfortunately it's not in Bangkok or I would be eating here every week).

It was actually New Years Eve day 2016, and so Ying and I and our friend Joel were ready for a special Thai seafood meal, and Daeng Seafood Restaurant (ร้านแดงอาหารทะเล) delivered to the maximum. Here are the dishes we ate:

Pla too dadia (ปลาทูตาเตี๊ยะ) - This was some kind of braised mackerel, which to me kind of tasted like teriyaki. They were pretty good, a little on the sweet side, but delicious with rice.

Meuk kai kem (หมึกไข่เค็ม) - At Daeng Seafood Restaurant (ร้านแดงอาหารทะเล) they serve an outstanding version of squid stir fried with salted egg yolk. The squid was fresh and it the yolk made a wonderful sauce.

Hoy lawd pad cha (หอยหลอดผัดฉ่า) - This dish was outstanding, including razor clams, stir fried with chilies and garlic and sweet basil.

Galam pad nam pla (กะหล่ำผัดน้ำปลา) - For vegetable we tried the cabbage stir fried with fish sauce and a few dried chilies. It was incredibly good and simple.

Boo pad prik Thai dam (ปูผัดพริกไทยดำ) - By far the best dish of this Thai seafood meal was the boo pad prik Thai dam (ปูผัดพริกไทยดำ), the mud crab with black pepper, it was unbelievably good - one of the best things I think that I've ever had in my life. The crab was huge, and the flavor of the black pepper, garlic, and onions within the dish were award winning.

Our total bill of everything we ate came to 2,030 Thai Baht (about $55).

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[4K] 2020 Walking around Phra Khanong Fresh Market in the morning on covid-19 quarantine​, Bangkok

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Delicious Thai Satay and Oysters with Courageous Kitchen in Bangkok!

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Courageous Kitchen is a charity in Bangkok where underprivileged kids and young adults are taught valuable lessons about teamwork and leadership through cooking. It’s a project that I enjoy being involved in and a charity that I really believe in.

In this video, I was happy to have the opportunity to have a group of young adults over to our house to cook some Thai food. They had never cooked Thai satay before or som tam (green papaya salad), and so that was fun to learn and cook altogether. The satay was delicious, and the meal with everyone was fantastic.

After cooking Thai food at home, we then traveled over to Sathon (downtown area of Bangkok) and to The House on Sathon, part of W Hotel Bangkok, for a charity event for Courageous Kitchen. There were a number of well known Bangkok chefs and restaurants that took part in the event. The venue itself was beautiful, and the food I tried, especially the oysters and the Roman food were delicious.

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