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Thailand Street Food - The BIGGEST RAINBOW LOBSTER Cooked with Butter & Cheese

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Thailand Street Food - The BIGGEST RAINBOW LOBSTER Cooked with Butter & Cheese

Thai Street Food - Giant RAINBOW LOBSTER + Monster Seafood in Hua Hin, Thailand

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Thai Street Food Seafood- Some HUGE Rainbow Lobster and GIGANTIC Prawns in Hua Hin, Thailand. Some of the juiciest and best lobsters you'll ever eat! Watching them cooking is a true joy!
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I came to Hua Hin, Thailand with Mark Wiens from Migrationology on a lobster journey of a lifetime! We drove from Bangkok down to Hua Hin in 3 hours, stopping for lunch at a seafood market and having some delicious rice and curry. After our delicious Thai street food lunch, we made our way to eat a huge lobster and tiger prawn seafood feast. Watching the seafood cooking over the bbq and watching them prepare the giant jumbo Thai lobsters was a once in. a lifetime opportunity. This is some of the best street food around the world - right here in Hua Hin, Thailand!

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Taiwan Street Food - RAINBOW LOBSTER Cooked Two Ways 龙虾 / ロブスター / 랍스터

The Rainbow Lobster (Panulirus ornatus) is a large edible spiny lobster (without claws) and is also known by other names like: Ornate Rock Lobster, Tropical rock lobster, Ornate rock lobster, Ornate Spiny Lobster, and Ornate Tropical Rock Lobster. The slipper lobster is its closest relative (see here for slipper lobster prepared sashimi style:

Seafood is a major staple of Taiwanese night markets. Here, a super fresh rainbow lobster is prepared two ways. The lobster head and shell were used to make a delectable soup and the meaty lobster tail was seasoned and baked to perfection.

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Eating Giant SPINY LOBSTER and Tiger Shrimp - Thailand Street Food with Trevor James [Watch in 4K]!

Mark Wiens and Trevor James (The Food Ranger) eat rainbow spiny lobster at a Thai street food seafood restaurant in Hua Hin!
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Mark Wiens and Trevor James (The Food Ranger) - We had this idea to go on a spur of the moment road trip to Hua Hin (it’s about a 3 hour drive south of Bangkok) to eat a giant lobster. We set off in the middle of the morning and first stopped to explore a seafood market Mahachai (มหาชัย). For lunch we enjoyed some amazingly good Thai chicken massaman curry (มัสมั่นไก่).

We continued driving on to Hua Hin and arrived in the late afternoon, just in time for the Hua Hin walking street to open and the Thai seafood street food restaurant we were going to was just open as well.

Lung Ja Restaurant (ร้านลุงจ่า) is a seafood restaurant in Hua Hin that I had eaten at about 3 years before, but hadn’t been back. The owner remembered me (you can watch my previous video about the lobster here: It’s amazing to see the seafood they have - including King lobster, which I think is also rainbow lobster or spiny lobster. Additionally, they have some of the most massive tiger shrimp / prawns that you might ever seen in your entire life. Trevor James and I decided to order to giant lobsters (they were spiny rainbow lobsters) and two giant tiger prawns.

Watching them cook the lobsters was half of the fun, and it only built our hunger and anticipation. Eating lobster is one of the great culinary experiences you can ever have, and I love being able to eat lobster in Thailand at a non-fancy Thai street food restaurant where you are sitting open air to enjoy the atmosphere!

Eating 2.6 kg's of lobster and giant tiger prawns with Trevor was a food experience of a life time!

Lung Ja Seafood Restaurant (ร้านลุงจ่า)
Address: 103/4-5 Dachanuchit Road Tambon Hua Hin, Amphoe Hua Hin, Chang Wat Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110
Open hours: 5 - 12 midnight daily
Phone: 082-6544499

ที่อยู่ ตลาดโต้รุ่งหัวหิน ซอย เดชานุชิต หัวหิน ประจวบคีรีขันธ์
เปิดบริการทุกวัน 17.00-24.00 น.
โทร. 082-6544499

We ordered:
Lobster กุ้งมังกร
Tiger shrimp กุ้งลายเสือ
Stir fried water morning glory ผัดผักบุ้งไฟแดง

Total price - 6,340 THB ($180.70), Expect to pay about $30 - $50 per person

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Giant River Prawns (กุ้งเผา) in Ayutthaya (Insane Delicious Alert)!

When you’re in Ayutthaya, one thing you don’t want to miss is Ayutthaya freshwater prawns (shrimp). Here’s the article (but more details in another article coming soon):

Ayutthaya, the ancient Thai capital, and located about 1 - 1.5 hours drive from central Bangkok, is extremely famous throughout Thailand for its freshwater prawns. Thais that visit Ayutthaya come to visit the temples, but many would not miss the opportunity for a prawns feast. On my latest trip to Ayutthaya, Ying and I ate at a restaurant known as Ruay Goong Pao (ร้านรวยกุ้งเผา). Although it was located a bit out of the city, it was definitely worth the trip to get there - and if you love prawns / shrimp, you’re going to love this restaurant.

The restaurant is located along the slow moving river, so the atmosphere for chowing down couldn’t be better either. There’s a dining room located in the house on the shore, but we chose to sit on the floating dining room, located in the river. The scenery was great, and the relaxing atmosphere was perfect for freshwater prawns feasting. For our trophy dish, we ordered the Goong Pao (กุ้งเผา), or roasted prawns. You could either choose, 3, 4, or 5 prawns for 1 kilo, and we chose to go for the biggest ones, just 3 prawns for 1 kilo - so these guys were monsters! All they did was slice them in half, and grill them on the shell side down until they were perfectly cooked. They were insanely delicious, some of the most amazing tasting things I’ve ever had in my life. The meat of the freshwater prawns was sweet and firm, and the yellow orange colored head oil was rich and creamy - the combination was outstanding.

In addition to our platter of goong pao (กุ้งเผา), we also ordered a plate of kam goong pad cha (ก้ามกุ้งผัดฉ่า). Since these freshwater prawns were so jumbo big, they had equally huge tentacles (or maybe they are claws). So after the shrimp were roasted, the claws were then deshelled, and the meat from them was stir fried up with fingerroot, onions, garlic, and green peppercorns. It was an equally amazing tasting dish. For vegetables, Ying and I ordered Pad sai bua nam man hoy (ผัดสายบัวน้ำมันหอย), lotus flower stems that were just stir fried up nicely with garlic and oyster sauce. It was delicious as always, and made a nice accompanying dish to our roasted jumbo freshwater prawns.

Ayutthaya is famous throughout Thailand (and for visitors), for its temples and its history, and while that is great to see too, when you’re in Ayutthaya, you should not miss the opportunity to have an insanely delicious freshwater prawns (กุ้งเผา) feast!

Ran Ruay Goong Pao
Thanon Samkok-Sayna, Tambon Maitra, Amphoe Bang Sai, Ayutthaya
Open hours: 10 am - 8 pm daily
jumbo prawns - 1,500 THB
lotus flower stems - 80 THB

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โทร. 08-6007-1451 , 03-574-1042
เปิดบริการทุกวัน 10.00 - 20.00 น.
กุ้งเผา กิโลละ 1,500
ก้ามกุ้งผัดฉ่า
ผัดสายบัว 80

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Amphawa Floating Market is one of the most well known Thai floating markets, located around 1.5 hours drive from Bangkok in a province called Samut Songkhram. So we first drove over to the market in the mid afternoon to get started snacking on some of the amazing Thai street food snacks available throughout the market.

Tod man pla (ทอดมันปลา) - 20 THB ($0.57) - We started by sampling some fried fish cakes. They were pretty good, both Mike and I both enjoyed it.

Khanom krok kai nok (ขนมครกไข่นก) - 20 THB ($0.57) - Another snack at the same stall was fried quail eggs. They are so pure and so delicious.

Khanom bansib (ขนมปั้นสิบ) - 100 THB ($2.87) - This is a common Thai street food snack at Amphawa Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำอัมพวา) and they have a few stalls serving it. It’s alright, a pasty wrapper filled with fish, but not my favorite.

Hoy shell yang cheese (หอยเซลล์ย่างชีส) - 150 THB for 6 ($4.31) - Mike and I both saw the scallops topped with a variety of seasoning and then finally some cheese, and we both mutually agreed that we didn’t want to miss it. It turned out to be extremely delicious.

Floating Market boat restaurants - There aren’t actually that many real boat floating restaurants at Amphawa Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำอัมพวา), but they do have a few. After waiting a little while, we got seats and orderded up a selection of Thai seafood. We had goong pao (กุ้งเผา roasted shrimp), pla meuk yang (ปลาหมึกย่าง grilled squid), pla pao (ปลาเผา grilled fish), and finally boo pao (ปูเผา grilled crab) to complete our entire Thai seafood feast at Amphawa Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำอัมพวา). Total price - 1,060 THB ($30.47). Overall, the seafood was pretty decent, I especially enjoyed the crab.

Miang kham (เมี่ยงคำ) - 10 THB ($0.29) per stick - This vegetable leaf wrapped snacks is one of my favorites. In every bite, it’s a real taste of Thailand.

Khanom takoh (ขนมตะโก้) - 35 THB ($1) - We had a dessert, which is coconut pudding, and this time served in a take-away clay bowl.

Yam kai maeng da (ยำไข่แมงดา) - 100 THB ($2.87) - Finally to finish off this Thai street food tour of Amphawa Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำอัมพวา) with Mike Chen, we had to try some horseshoe crab salad. It was as good as always.

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This was filmed on a little island off the coast of Pattaya called Koh Lan or Koh Larn.

I was there with my family - I wouldn't call Pattaya as a family friendly destination, but this island seem to be ok for family holiday.

There are all sort of fresh seafood available on the island. Such as flathead or slipper lobsters, fish, pawns, muscles, all sort of shells and crabs.

If you want to save money on the seafood, I would advise not buying them on the beaches since the prices there are typically higher than the markets. Buy your seafood in the markets and bring them to the beach if you are on a tight budget.

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