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The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

In Bangkok, you'd probably discover something new and interesting to eat at the end of every street. Luckily, you don't have to be baffled with the variety as we've rounded up the best street eats you shouldn't miss!
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    If there is one thing you have in Thailand, let it be this! The freshly squeezed orange juice available on every street corner, is an absolute delight.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    The quintessential breakfast buffet at Lebua Tower Club Hotel. A perfect balance of Indo-Oriental fare.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    Street food is available aplenty in Bangkok. These food trucks are just what you need when you're tired of all the shopping at Platinum Mall.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    Holy basil minced pork with rice and a fried egg. Easily available in most street food joints, this one is spicy and not for the faint hearted.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    Can't go to Thailand and not have the Thai Red Curry! The Red Curry with Roast Duck at Ban Chiang near Silom Road is delicious. More watery than the version served in India, it is also very flavourful.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    The Cashewnut Chicken at Ban Chiang was only passable. The Green Mango Salad, on the other hand, did a little salsa on the taste-buds.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    Curries are best eaten with rice. You can choose between Jasmine Steamed Rice or Sticky Rice.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    Another stunner, the Crab in Yellow Sauce is delectable. With just the right hint of spice, it is tossed with fresh greens and peppers.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    It looks like the trail of a bridal dress, and this Thai Omelette is equally stunning. Available in any food court or street-food kiosk, the flavours are fresh and vibrant. This one had chopped squid and was served with Jasmine Rice.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    The dish is synonymous with food from the area and Pad Thai is something you must not miss. Freshly tossed, it is loaded with vegetables and meat of your choice. We particularly love the sea-food version.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    The best way to end any meal in Thailand is with the popular Mango Sticky Rice. Priced double of any curry, the dish is elevated due to the sweetness of the mangoes.
  • The Foodie Traveller: What to Eat When in Bangkok

    The most romantic spot in Thailand: Sirocco at The Dome in Lebua State Towers. Located on the 71st Floor, it has views to die for and was further made popular by the film Hangover 2.

    We loved the Risotto with Truffles and Grilled Fish. The Roast Duck was a close second. The New Zealand Lamb failed to impress, though. A word of caution, prices are as high as the restaurant's location itself.
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