Where To Eat in Bangkok
313 Th Maha Chai, Banglamphu
Have you tried Thai’s favorite called Pad Thai? Well, you can get it here. Thip Samai has several branches scattered throught out the city of Bangkok, Thailand. It’s like a fast food but not fast. I know your confused but just try their food there. The service was nice and they offer wide variety of Thai dishes. Bangkok is one of the busiest city in Thailand, and many visitors are coming to this restaurant so make sure you’re not that hungry because you may have to wait a little bit. But the wait is worth it when they serve you freshly made dishes that you’ll surely enjoy!
5/5 Sala Daeng Road, Silom
Do you want something cozy? Bangkok is filled with street vendors and restaurants offering authentic Thai food but if you want something cozy and different, you can visit Somtum Der. It has the New Yorker kind of vibe and has good facilities if you have a thing for that when you visit restaurants. Surprisingly, the prices are affordable when you consider the atmosphere of the place and the quality of the food in the menu.
or known as Bangkok’s China Town, Yaowarat Street
Don’t worry because you can ask anyone and they’ll sure know where the directions to Yaowarat, Bangkok’s version of Chinatown. And once you get there, you can right away smell the difference. Food is in the air. There are food everywhere which makes it so difficult to choose. The dishes are mixtures of Thai and Chinese cuisines, you can find dimsums, stews, curry, noodles, stir-fried, deep fried, and so on. Just try to get small portions to taste and experience all the dishes there.
4-6 Soi Saladang, Silom Road
Bangrak is a restaurant located in the heart of Silom. It’s one our favorites among the list of hundreds of restaurants in Bankok. The place is entertaining and offers other activities aside from dining. They have art exhibitions and band performances. Bangrak is a good place to be tipsy because they serve alcohol beverages with touch of Thai favorite beverages. You don’t want to miss their wings and red curry, they are the best!
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