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Thai Street Food - YELLOW STICKY RICE!! Best Curry Ever Stuffed Roti! | Satun, Thailand

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Thai Street Food - YELLOW STICKY RICE!! Best Curry Ever + Stuffed Roti! | Satun, Thailand

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SATUN, THAILAND (สตูล) - Welcome to Satun, a province in the very far south of Thailand, along the border of the Perlis state of Malaysia, and along the Andaman sea. The people are incredible, it’s very relaxing and laid back, and the food is delicious! In this video, we’re going on a street food tour of Satun, mainly local Malay and Thai food. #Satun #Thailand #MalayFood #curry

Here’s everywhere we ate on this street food tour:

Sam Pi Nong (ร้านสามพี่น้อง - For breakfast, we went to a legendary local restaurant run by three sisters. They serve a variety of Malay and Thai main dishes and desserts. One of their signature dishes is yellow sticky rice served with a coconut milk curry. I also enjoyed their biryani, and some of their amazing sweets. Great place to eat breakfast when you’re in Satun.
Total price - 160 THB ($5.30)

Original Gaeng Tomae (แกงตอแมะห์) - This no name - literally no name - curry shop serves Gaeng Tomae (แกงตอแมะห์), a Satun Malay curry of fish that’s loaded with curry leaves. One of my personal favorite dishes in Thailand, and this is a very traditional version. Amazing.
Total price - 105 THB ($3.48)

Bang Dul Restoran (ร้านข้าวแกงบังดุลย์ - Next for lunch on this amazing street food tour of Satun, we went to Bang Dul Restoran (ร้านข้าวแกงบังดุลย์). The owner is so friendly and the food is insanely good. One of the main dishes to eat here is goat curry, which is melt in your mouth. And the Gaeng Tomae (แกงตอแมะห์) is also astoundingly delicious and rich.
Total price - 300 THB ($9.94)

Roti Mataba (ร้านโรตีมะตะบะ(หน้า พ.ส. - Finally, to finish this Thai and Malay street food tour of Satun, there’s no way we could miss roti, and roti mataba. In the evening, many locals from Satun enjoy hanging out, snacking on roti, and drinking tea. Perfect way to end an amazing day in Satun.

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Salt Crusted Tilapia - THAI STREET FOOD Tour in Isaan!! | Kalasin, Thailand!

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Kalasin, Thailand (กาฬสินธุ์) - Welcome to Kalasin, Thailand, a laid back town and province in Isaan (the northeastern region) of Thailand. Today, we’re going on a Thai street food tour of Kalasin starting early - really early - in the morning.

Gai Yang Yai Duan (ไก่ย่างยายเดือน) - Opening from 1 am and selling out by dawn, Gai Yang Yai Duan is a legendary Thai grilled chicken street food stall at the market in Kalasin. The chicken is tasty, especially when dipped in fermented fish sauce chili dip with sticky rice. Nothing like a little grilled chicken at 4 am to wake up to. Price - 30 THB ($1.00) per piece

Kuay Jab Rong Ngew (ร้านก๋วยจั๊บโรงงิ้ว) - Another early morning stall is Kuay Jab Rong Ngew, serving a dish called Kuay Jab, but the Isaan version which is soft rice noodles in a thick porridge like gravy. It’s quite tasty and soothing, especially good on a cool morning. Price - 20 THB ($0.67) per bowl

Jay Du Pla Pao (เจ๊ตุ๊ ปลาเผา ส้มตำ) - One of the popular Thai street foods in Isaan is pla pao, or salt crusted roasted fish. The fish is stuffed with pandan leaves, coated in a thick layer of salt, and then grilled over charcoal. You order a fish, some freshly pounded green papaya salad, and you’re ready for the ultimate lunchtime meal in Kalasin. Jay Du Pla Pao is a fantastic market stall street food restaurant where you can be guaranteed fresh and hotly grilled tilapia. Total price - 170 THB ($5.68)

Khao Jee Pab Jang (ข้าวจี้ปั๊บจัง) - Finally to finish off this Thai street food tour of Kalasin, we’re going to eat what is possibly the original rice burger - sticky rice burger coated in duck egg yolk and grill over charcoal. It’s simple, hearty, and fragrant. A perfect afternoon snack when you’re in Kalasin, Thailand. Price - 5 THB ($0.17) per piece

Kalasin is not a hugely popular province to visit in Thailand, but there is so good food, people are extremely famous, and you can see real dinosaur footprints!

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Traditional MALAY FOOD in Thailand!! ????️ Nobody Makes This Food Anymore!

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PATTANI, THAILAND (ปัตตานี) - One afternoon in Pattani, Deep South of Thailand, we drove out to Talo Samilae Village (ตะโละสะมิแล), a small village on a peninsula. Along with walking around the local weekly market, Papa from Papa Tagu ( cooked a rare and insanely delicious local duck and herb soup. Cooking and eating by the beach was an experience I’ll never forget. Amazing friends and amazing food! #Thailand #MalayFood #streetfood

First, we arrived to the village and started to walk around the market that takes places just once a week. There were clothes and daily necessities, but mainly there was food - both cooked food and raw ingredients. Much of the cooked food and snacks were Malay. I tried a few desserts, some traditional Malay desserts as well, which were excellent.

After we walked around the market for a while, I walked around with Papa to buy ingredients for a special duck soup. He bought huge quantities of chilies, lemongrass, garlic, shallots, pepper, and chilies.

The soup is Soup Dorae (ซุปตอเระ) ซุปเป็ดสมุนไพร) - a traditional Pattani food of duck boiled with a huge quantity of Thai medicinal herbs. The cooking process was amazing, and it was incredible how balanced the flavor was with how many pungent and strong spicy ingredients used. I absolutely loved it, one of my new favorite dishes. It burned your mouth and through slightly, but in an incredibly soothing way. They also cooked another local Pattani Malay food dish of squid stuffed with glutinous rice and cooked in coconut milk and palm sugar. It was a dessert - squid for dessert - and it was excellent.

An amazing day in Pattani, incredibly delicious Malay food and amazing friends! Thank you again to Papa for cooking and for arranging this outstanding meal in Pattani.

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Street Food Bangkok - 60 Kg. CURRY + SPECIAL ROTI with Chef Gaggan!

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Street food is something that unites us - we love to eat street food, and more importantly, we love the people behind street food. #streetfood #Bangkok #Thailand

What if we could do a Bangkok street food take-over, Gaggan and his team of chefs would cook, we’d organize a pop-up event, and we’d donate the money directly to a food vendor in need?

4 days later, it was happening!

Mae Roti - Her Story: About 10 years ago her husband passed away, and she has raised and supported her 5 kids by selling roti (now selling with her daughter). As soon as we tasted her roti, we knew it was special (green roti), and Chef Gaggan immediately began thinking of what curry it would pair well with.

60 KG. of Beef Rendang Curry - Rendang curry is among the best curries and best single dishes in the world, and thanks to the amazing Chef Rydo ( he along with Chef Gaggan cooked up 60 kg. Of some of the world’s best rendang. It was so incredibly good, so fragrant, rich, full of spice, and it was the perfect accompaniment to fresh hot green pandan roti!

Thank you for your help and support and for coming out in Bangkok. We hope to do events like this, to promote and to support more food vendors.

Mae Roti - You’ll find Mae Roti selling her green pandan rotis in Bangrak, on Soi 50, just outside of Robinson Department store at 4 pm. Right about here:
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Sweet Mango Sticky Rice | Thai Street Food

60 THB (1.90 USD) / Pack

Khon Kaen, Thailand

Sweet Mango Sticky Rice (Khao Niao Mamuang)

Mango sticky rice is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango and coconut milk, and eaten with a fork, spoon. Although originating in Thailand, it is consumed throughout the Indochina region and the rest of Southeast Asia and South Asia, including Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, India and Bangladesh. Mango sticky rice is usually eaten in the peak mango season, the summer months of April and May in Thailand.

The main ingredients needed are sticky rice (glutinous rice), fresh coconut milk, salt, palm sugar and mangoes. To prepare the dish, the rice is soaked in water and then cooked by steaming or the use of a rice cooker. Meanwhile, the coconut milk is mixed with salt and sugar, and heated without boiling. After the rice is finished cooking, the coconut milk mixture and the rice are mixed together evenly and allowed to sit to allow the milk to absorb into the rice. The mangoes are peeled and sliced. To serve the dish, the rice is scooped onto a plate, a few mango slices are placed on top or to the side, and the remaining coconut milk is drizzled on top. Sometimes the sticky rice is topped with crispy yellow mung beans.

Mostly, yellow mango is used which has a sweeter taste than green mango. Traditionally, the Nam Doc Mai (flower nectar mango) and ok-rong varieties of mango are used. Glutinous sticky rice, which is sweeter than the normal sticky rice, is used for the best texture.

As with many rice-based desserts, it is best to eat mango sticky rice directly after it is purchased or cooked because when refrigerated, the glutinous sticky rice turns hard and the coconut milk expires quickly.

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Gas Station Street Food!! GREATEST UMAMI MEAL in The Fish Sauce Capital!

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Sai Buri (สายบุรี) - Welcome to Sai Buri, in Pattani province, on the border of Narathiwat in Thailand. This is the best and most well known area for Malay style fermented anchovy sauce, known locally as Nam budu (น้ำบูดู).

Khrua Nasi Ulang (ครัวนาซิ อุลังค์ Here’s the restaurant: - This amazing restaurant in Sai Buri, serves a dish called Nasi Ulang, a Malay dish of rice and a variety of vegetables (and also a variety of fish and curries), all served with tempoyak (fermented durian) and importantly, a few different types of fermented anchovy sauce.

Nasi Ulang is a meal that is also very common in the northern Malaysian province on Kelantan, which shares the same culture with this area in Thailand. The food was outstanding, the variety of vegetables and all the different dipping sauces, and the mis of fermented durian with fermented anchovy sauce - it’s a flavor that will always excite your mouth.

After lunch we drove down the road, and just into Narathiwat to see a small family run nam budu (น้ำบูดู), fermented anchovy sauce factory. It was great to learn about how it’s prepared and the important role that fermented anchovy sauce plays in the local Malay food of Pattani and Narathiwat.

Huge thank you to Muhammad and Rus from Papa Tagu ( for taking me around on another incredible day of Thai and Malay food in Pattani!

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Arabian Thai Food!! GIANT BIRYANI MOUNTAIN in Pattani! | ข้าวหมกปัตตานี

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PATTANI, THAILAND - I was excited to be in the very far south of Thailand, in Pattani. When I was there, one of the restaurants I was most looking forward to trying was Papa Tagu, a restaurant specializing in Thai Arabian food - especially what’s called “khao mok” in Thai, or a combination of both biryani and mandi.

We met up with Muhammad and Rus, the amazing owners of the restaurants, who have a unique story and passion for what they do. They are both professors, and when they decided to start a primary school, they each stopped what they were doing and went back to school to study for their doctorate degrees. But at that time they didn’t have a big income and needed to do something to support their family, so they looked into a small restaurant. Rus said, why don’t we make biryani, because your family makes biryani at home. So that’s what they did.

Their recipe is served Arabian / Middle Easter food style, yet the flavor of the rice and the taste of the ingredients, toppings, and sauce, is the Thai taste - strong, sour, spicy, balanced with sweetness.

It was an honor to see the process of the rice being made and to see our platter of rice being assembled into an insane platter - including two types of rice, a fried turmeric fish, fried turmeric prawns, fried chicken, and an entire surprise goat leg! She then sprinkled the entire plate of food with fried onions, crispy shallots, fried chilies, friend tomatoes, and garnished with more fresh vegetables - it was spectacular.

What a meal and experience eating Thai Arabian food in Pattani, Thailand. Highly recommended when you visit Pattani!

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Street Food FRIED CHICKEN!! ???? The Ultimate Thai Fried Chicken Tour!! | Hat Yai, Thailand

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Welcome to Hat Yai (หาดใหญ่), the biggest city in Southern Thailand and one of the biggest cities in Thailand. It was my first time to visit and I was thrilled to have a chance to explore the amazing food and mix of cultures. But of all the delicious street food in Hat Yai, there’s nothing more famous than Hat Yai Fried Chicken (ไก่ทอดหาดใหญ่). Get ready for an ultimate fried chicken street food tour! #HatYai #Thailand #streetfood #friedchicken

When you mention fried chicken in Thailand, immediately people from the entire country will think about Hat Yai, and you can find Hat Yai style Thai fried chicken in pretty much every town and village throughout Thailand. There are a couple things to first know about this style of fried chicken. Number one is that it’s usually a very light batter - not bready. The marinade often includes some Thai spices like coriander seed and roots, pepper, and sometimes milk. The chicken is fried so all the golden crispiness is coating the meat rather than on the breading. Next, Hat Yai Fried Chicken (ไก่ทอดหาดใหญ่) is almost always eaten with sticky rice. Finally, it would not be Hat Yai Fried Chicken (ไก่ทอดหาดใหญ่) without crispy fried shallots. That combination is what makes it what it is, and it’s crazy good.

Here are the places we ate:

Laila Fried Chicken (ร้านไก่ทอดไลลา) - - First we headed to this amazing street food stall for popular fried chicken, especially catering to students from the Prince of Songkhla University. Fried chicken was excellent, and they are extremely friendly.

Ba Sao Fried Chicken (ป้าสาวไก่ทอดไม้ฟืน) - - What’s especially cool about this old school fried chicken stall is they still cook over wood fire. The chicken is crispy and delicious.

Kaitod MEENA (ไก่ทอดหาดใหญ่มีนา) - - Located right at the main market in Hat Yai. I loved the biryani with fried chicken, and the owners are so friendly.

Sofeeya Fried Chicken (ไก่ทอดซอฟียา) - - This is some of the best fried chicken I’ve ever had in my life. Very locally popular.

And that completes this ultimate Thai street food Hat Yai Fried Chicken (ไก่ทอดหาดใหญ่) tour. What a day of fried chicken!

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Insane THAI FOOD!! Unbelievable Cooking Skills in Khao Lak, Thailand! ???????? สุดยอดอาหารใต้

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Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) - During my trip to Southern Thailand, and specifically the southern Thai province of Phang Nga, one of the restaurants I was most looking forward to eating was Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) - it was a place I could feel I was going to love before going - just from the look of powerful spices in the dishes, and the laid-back environment. Turned out to be one of the best Thai food meals I’ve had in a long time, one of my new favorite restaurants in all of Thailand.

We arrived in the morning just as they opened, and already Chef was extremely friendly and welcoming. We ordered a bunch of dishes - and they have some unique southern Thai food dishes that you won’t find elsewhere - so I was extremely excited.

Here are the main dishes we ordered:

Sour curry sea catfish แกงส้มปลาดุกทะเล
Beef dry curry คั่วกลิ้นเนื้อ
Fried fish turmeric ปลาทอดขมิ้น
Black stingray curry ผัดเผ็ดปลากระเบนดำ
Red ant omelet ไข่เจียวมดแดง
Octopus pineapple โวยวายสับปะรด
Sea shells หอยชักตีน
Stir fried morning glory ผัดผักบุ้ง

Total price - 1,800 THB ($55.46)

Before eating, I had a chance to watch Chef as he masterfully cooked all the dishes. His insane skills and use of huge amounts of spice blew my taste buds before even starting to eat. He makes all his own curry pastes, and sources all his ingredients locally.

The food was absolutely insane, bold, spicy, tingly, and a sensation for the tongue. Mind blowing flavor, and strong to the max curries. I loved every bite, and the entire experience.

Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) is located in Khao Lak (เขาหลัก), Phang Nga province (พังงา) in southern Thailand. Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) is also featured in the Thailand Michelin Guide. Must eat if you are a spicy Thai food lover!

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Backyard Food Paradise!! Farm to Table THAI FOOD in the Rainforest!! | Khao Sok, Thailand

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Welcome to the stunning Khao Sok National Park in Surat Thani, Thailand! I had the chance to hang out with P’You from Rungfah Farm: His property backs up to the mountains and the lush green rainforest, it’s pristine. And the best thing about P’You is his love and respect for nature, and his organic farm.

To begin with we first went around his farm, some of which is grown, some of which grows wild, and harvested ingredients for lunch. From fruits to vegetables and herbs, Rungfah Farm is full of tropical things to eat - for me it’s a fresh food paradise - and around his farm you can find almost all the ingredients you need for a Thai food feast. On top of that, P’You has amazing knowledge of ingredients, and their uses for cooking and medicinal value. He’s so laid back and so friendly, and he’s part of the reason why visiting Rungfah Farmstay is so much fun.

After walking round the farm for a while, we got started cooking, and the cooked some common Thai dishes, as well as a few jungle survival style dishes - like rice cooked in bamboo over open fires.

Here are the other dishes that P’You and his wife made for us:

Chicken curry
Snake fruit chili dip
Banana blossom tempura
Fried bamboo shoots
Fried melinjo leaves

It was a delicious Thai meal, and for me the best thing about it was that it was cooked with love using natural, local, and ultimately freshly picked ingredients from Rungfah Organic Farm right in the jungle of Khao Sok, Thailand!

Great experience, highly recommended. Thank you to P’You from Rungfah Farm: for hosting me on this day of backyard cooking.

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Street Food 21 CURRIES FOR LUNCH!! Unseen Food Tour in Southeast Asia!! ยะลา

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YALA (ยะลา), THAILAND - Located in the very far south, the Deep South of Thailand, Yala is a beautiful province known for its Malay culture and food, forest, and fruit paradise. In this Malay street food tour in Yala we ate one of the best traditional curry meals I’ve ever had in my life, and then continued on to the city to eat famous beef soup. Finally, we drove outside the city for some curian and cempedak. Get ready for some insanely delicious curry and fresh fruit in Yala, Thailand!

Khrua Wahid (ครัววาฮิด - Welcome to one of the best traditional curry restaurants I’ve eaten at in a long time. They serve traditional Malay and Thai curries and dishes from Yala. I was fascinated by the variety, and the ingredients present in each of the dishes. Literally every dish was outstanding, and many of them were new for me - even having traveled quite a lot in both Thailand and Malaysia. One of the many highlights was the quail and chili leaf curry. But really, you cannot make a bad choice at Khrua Wahid (ครัววาฮิด), it’s a must eat if you love curry when you’re in Yala, Thailand.

Quail - We stopped on the side of the road for a quick delicious roasted quail, so tasty.

Organ Soup (ซุปเครื่องใน (มัสยิดกาโบ) - In the iconic market of Yala in the the center of the city, you’ll find this legendary generations old beef soup restaurant. The soup is simple and refreshing, mainly focusing on beef organs and stomach. Additionally, you have to eat the soup with an omelet. The combination is fantastic.

Bang Lang Bridge and Lake - Finally to finish this street food tour of Yala, we drove about an hour to the iconic Bang Lang Lake and bridge. On the way, we stopped for some Yala fruit, including durian and cempedak. Unfortunately all the small “durian baan” were finished for the season, but the mon thong variety was still pretty good. And the view over the lake was spectacular.

I had an amazing time exploring Yala, but too short, so much more to eat and still do in Yala. I hope to visit again.

Thank you to my friends Mohammad and Rus from Papa Tagu for taking us:

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Asian Street Food - SEAFOOD PANCAKES! | Night Market Food Tour in Satun, Thailand!

Pak Bara Night Market (ปากบารา) - Thai Street Food Tour in Satun, Thailand
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SATUN, THAILAND (สตูล) - Located in Satun, Southern Thailand, Pak Bara is most well known for its pier where you can take a boat to Koh Lipe island. But it’s also famous for the Pak Bara Night Market (ปากบารา). And we’re going on a Thai / Malay street food tour of this delicious and laid back night market. #Satun #streetfood #Thailand

After walking around the exploring, I found exactly what I wanted to eat. You can walk around, buy a variety of different food, and either sit somewhere on the nearby beach, or do as the local do and pull up a mat on the grass to hang out and enjoy some local food.

Here’s all the food and dishes I tried at the Pak Bara Night Market (ปากบารา):

Rice and curry - 140 THB ($4.66)
Khanom krok - 20 THB ($0.67)
Chicken - 100 THB ($3.33)
Fish - 50 THB ($1.66)

Market is on Saturday and Sundays in Pak Bara (about an hour from Satun city). Definitely worth a stop when you’re in Satun.

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Mountain FOOD PARADISE!! ???? Backyard Foraging + 2 Village Lunches! | Sakhon Nakhon, Thailand

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UDON THANI, THAILAND - Samuay & Sons (ซาหมวย & ซันส์), is an innovative Isan Thai food restaurant in Udon Thani, where Chef Num serves unique dishes using wild and foraged ingredients. The unique flavors, balance of all taste buds, and his herb driven - often medicinal property cuisine - is what makes it so spectacular.

It was a huge honor to spend a day hanging out, eating with, and learning from Chef Num of Samuay & Sons (ซาหมวย & ซันส์ and MAK KHANG (หมากแข้ง - two of the most exciting restaurants in Thailand.

After meeting Chef Num, we immediately drove to Sakhon Nakhon, about a two and a half hour drive. We drove to a small village, at the base of a mountain known for its indiginous plant species. It’s one of the villages where Chef Num goes foraging and sources ingredients. We went to the home of Chef Num Noi, a former chef at Samuay & Sons (ซาหมวย & ซันส์) who returned to his home and started re-growing and farming some of the rare ingredients from Sakhon Nakhon.

Along with an amazing foraging trip on the moonscape mountain - tasting things along the way - the highlight of our trip to Sakhon Nakhon was lunch - well actually two lunches.

First lunch we had grilled free range chicken with a chili fermented fish chili dip that was out of this world. As well as a dish called “swa gai (ซั่วไก่),” a chicken boil loaded with herbs like rau ram and lemongrass. It was outstanding.

For the second lunch we came back from foraging and the main event of lunch was their special version of “mok nor mai,” a bamboo shoot packet, pounded up with loads of herbs, yangang leaves, and steamed. It was sensational, so many unbelievable layers of flavor.

Foraging and eating Thai Isan food in the village with Chef Num was an amazing experience, and it was amazing to see the knowledge, though process, and respect for traditional and local culture that Chef Num has and that translates back into his modern creative dishes at his restaurants.

We then drove straight back to Udon Thani, and straight to Samuay & Sons (ซาหมวย & ซันส์) for dinner.

Keep watching Part 2 for amazing dinner at Samuay & Sons (ซาหมวย & ซันส์):

Thank you to Chef Num and to Chef Num Noi for hosting us in Sakhon Nakhon.

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The Biggest Street Food Market in Phuket. Ribs, Ducks, Fried Meat, Seafood. Thalang Road. Thailand





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Thalang Road is the main central street of Phuket’s charming Old Town. This boulevard is studded with numerous attractions, great shops, restaurants, several small guesthouses and more, all housed in the beautiful Sino-Portuguese architecture that makes Phuket Town so famous. As well as being one of the oldest streets in Phuket, it remains one of the busiest. It's still a major route for road traffic, except on Sunday evenings when it becomes Phuket’s own Walking Street and a Street Food night market, from 4pm to 10pm.

Also known as Lardyai (from the southern Thai dialect version of talaad yai, which means ‘big market’), Phuket Walking Street allows visitors to discover some typical southern Thai culinary specialities as well as local handicraft and gift stalls. This weekly event is definitely family-oriented with the presence of toy stalls as well as musical performances and other entertaining acts.

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Thai Desserts: Tasting Sweets From a Dessert Cart

When I was in Ubon Ratchathani, I tried some of the famous Thai desserts from a street food stall. Read more about Thai street food:

One of the reasons you don’t really see me eating many desserts in video here is because I really very rarely eat desserts, mostly out of just preference that I don’t care for sweets very much. But when I was in Ubon Ratchathani, since I had received many request for snacks and desserts videos, I decided to go to a famous desserts cart called Khun Yai Udom (คุณยายอุดม), and try a selection of her Thai desserts.

I started off trying khanom man sampalang (ขนมมันสำปะหลัง), which is one of the signature Thai desserts at Khun Yai Udom (คุณยายอุดม), a sweet made with cassava. It sort of had the texture of a Japanese mochi, but it was a bit stickier, and it had a slight starchy component to it. What I really liked is how it was dipped and rolled in fresh coconut.

The next Thai dessert I tried is called khanom tua paeb (ขนมถั่วแป๊บ), a little dumpling style dessert that is made with sticky rice flour and covered in yellow mung beans. This dessert is popular throughout Thailand. The dessert is typically made unsweetened completely and it’s served with a little bag of sugar on the side that you add yourself. I decided to give it a try without any sugar, and it was quite plain and no sweet at all. I do like the yellow mung beans and again, the coconut.

Next I tasted khanom dom (ขนมต้ม), a little golf ball sized Thai dessert made with sticky rice flour, filled with a little nugget of palm sugar in the middle, and again, wrapped in coconut shreds. Although there’s no chocolate in this Thai dessert, it tasted to me a lot like a Bounty candy bar. It had a real coconut flavor and it had sort of a caramel flavor as well. It was alright, but a bit too sweet for me.

Khun Yai Udom (คุณยายอุดม) was very nice, and as I kept eating, she kept handing me more and more Thai desserts to try and test - so I kept tasting. Next, I tried khanom kluay (ขนมกล้วย), a Thai dessert made with bananas, kind of like a steamed banana cake - like the steamed cassava cake, but made with bananas. It was pretty good and had that sour banana flavor. Next for the Thai sweets khanom tasting I tried kluay chuam (กล้วยเชื่อม), which translates to candied bananas in syrup. This was too sweet for me and the bananas had a honey flavor. I also tried the same thing, but candied cassava as well.

Finally, I tried khao dom hua ngawk (ข้าวต้มหัวหงอก), and this is one of my favorite Thai desserts, especially eaten here at Khun Yai Udom (คุณยายอุดม). The rice was filled with ripe bananas, then steamed, and served with lots of fresh coconut on top as well. What I really like about khao dom hua ngawk (ข้าวต้มหัวหงอก) is that it’s not cooked with any sugar, but just relies upon the sweet bananas for the sweetness - so it’s not too sweet and it’s natural. This was my favorite dessert of the day.
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I loved the look of the restaurant as soon as we arrived, very peaceful and quiet overlooking the river, surrounded by lush greenery and mountains.

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Near to Narathiwat airport, there’s Ban Thon Beach, home to a number of street food shacks on the beach that serve mind blowing tom yum noodles and seafood. Actually it’s not even really called tom yum, but they mix of sour, salty, and sweet, made it taste like tom yum. They are actually chicken noodles, and they are served with a variety of seafood that you can order - everything insanely fresh - which you eat with your noodles. I’ve had many combinations of dishes, but throughout Thailand, I can’t say I’ve ever had a seafood feast with only bowls of soup noodles - no rice. It was a delicious combination and worked perfectly.

Along with our bowls of chicken noodles, we had fish, ultra fresh squid, crab, and slipper lobster - everything outstanding. All she did was boil each of the seafoods for the perfect amount of time, then sprinkle each with a dozen different seasonings, and then ladled on a scoop of soup broth to complete the tom yum sauce experience. I thought everything might be too sweet at first, but the flavor really balanced out - the taste was perfect.

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