Best Bangkok Street Foods
Pork Trotters Rice (Khao Kaa Moo)
Khao Kaa Moo is one of those ubiquitous dishes served by street vendors in Thailand. The braised gravy and tender pork atop white rice are so precious to try once in your life time!
Pork Porridge (Joke Moo)
Thai-style porridge is a comfort food. People eat it for remedy after a cold day or a long night of partying.
Crab Bee Hoon (Poo Aob Woonsen)
A good crab bee hoon is well seasoned with pepper, spices with the fragrance of crab/prawn that springs right through.
Thai Stir-fried noodles (Pad Thai)
Pad Thai has a perfect balance between spicy sweetness from chilli and palm sugar, as well as an underlying sourness that comes from tamarind pulp and lime juice.
Coconut Ice Cream (I Tim Kati)
Thai coconut ice cream is different by its use of rich coconut cream as its base instead of the usual cow’s milk. The creamy coconut base is generously sprinkled with real coconut bits whose texture is a wonderful contrast against the smooth creaminess.