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China Town Eating in Bangkok Street Food and Shop Houses Thailand

Odeon Crab Wonton – Chinatown Bangkok

As the name suggests, this shophouse restaurant on Charoen Krung Road, in Bangkok’s Chinatown is famous for crab wonton soup with egg noodles and roast pork, or Bamee Kiow Moo Daeng Pu as it’s known locally. Egg noodles with wontons and barbecue pork is probably among the five most eaten dishes in Thailand. You can …

Bangkok Old City China Town Eating in Bangkok Rattanakosin

Thai – Chinese Mutton Soup and Hainanese Noodles in Bangkok Thailand

For Chinese New Year today, I found some special Thai / Chinese Herbal Mutton Soup (Sup Pae) and Hainanese Noodles (kuay teow hailam / khanom jeen hai lam) at a shophouse restaurant called Hainanese Noodles – ขนมจีน ไหหลำ. As soon as I saw all the clay bubbling away on charcoal outside, I knew this was …

Bang Rak China Town Eating in Bangkok

A Traditional Thai Breakfast – Rice Porridge at Jok Prince (โจ๊กปรินซ์ บางรัก) Bang Rak, Bangkok

I’m often asked ‘what is a typical Thai breakfast dish?’ The truth is, there isn’t really one. Let me explain. Thais eat pretty much anything for breakfast; curry, stir fry, noodle soup…You name it, they’ll eat it! One dish that’s always on the menu at a hotel breakfast, however, is Jok, otherwise known as congee/rice …

Bang Rak China Town Eating in Bangkok Khlong San Over The River Thonburi

Excellent Thai Pork Leg Stew at Jae Pouy Kha Moo Talat Somdet – ขาหมูตลาดสมเด็จ Bangkok

Situated west of the river on Somdet Chao Phraya Road in Bangkok, next to the beautiful Wat Phitchaya temple, Jae Pouy Kha Moo Talat Somdet – ขาหมูตลาดสมเด็จ is a small old-school shophouse that churns out plate after plate of excellent khao kha moo, to a packed crowd of locals, on a daily basis. It gets …

Bang Rak Bang Wa China Town Eating in Bangkok Krungthonburi Pratunam Market Silom Thonburi

5 Great Places in Bangkok For Khao Kha Moo – Thai Pork Leg Stew – ข้าวขาหมู

Khao kha moo (ข้าวขาหมู) – stewed pork leg on rice is my ultimate Thai comfort dish. This isn’t a ‘Top Five Places to Eat’ post, there are far too many shops selling khao kha moo for that. This is a list of five of my personal favourites, in no particular order,  that won’t leave you disappointed. …

China Town Eating in Bangkok

Street Dumplings in Chinatown at Khanom Chip A Liang

Bangkok’s Chinatown is bursting with street food day and night, so if you don’t have an idea of where you’re going to eat, it can all get a bit overwhelming. Luckily while you’re trying to figure it all out, you don’t have to go hungry. If you’re heading to Chinatown on the Chaopraya Express Boat, …

Bang Rak China Town Eating in Bangkok Sathorn

The Best Dim Sum I’ve Had in Bangkok – and it’s not in Chinatown!

I stumbled across this little dim sum restaurant while I was wandering up the Sathorn end of Charoen Krung Road, which of course is the same road that runs through Bangkok’s Chinatown some 6km back in the opposite direction. I love strolling through this side of town, there’s still a massive Chinese influence here, which …

China Town Eating in Bangkok

Real Deal Indian Food in Bangkok at Toney Restaurant Phahurat

Growing up in a North West London suburb with a large Asian community, authentic Indian food was never hard to come by. I have grown up surrounded by Indian restaurants, Indian sweet shops and cash and carries selling snacks, spices and fresh fruit and veg. In fact, I never realised how much I took for …