5 Best Places To Relish Your Taste Buds In Thailand

Post by Uzma Kidwai | Jan 20, 2017

When traveling to a new city, travelers are more excited about exploring new sights, putting on a check on the bucket list and enjoying the holidays to the fullest. But one of the first curious questions is what food will you be served? Where will you get the authentic and mouthwatering Thai food? 

Well, to bring an end to these questions of you travelers, we are here to provide you with 5 best places- street food stalls and Restaurants that will serve you with the lip-smacking food and cuisines. Bangkok, Phuket Town, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Udon Thani are some of the famous cities popular for its eats!

So, now let us provide you with a few details on the best food places you cannot give a miss when traveling to Thailand! 

Kuay Jab Uan Pochana Kuay Jab Uan Pochana is a street food stall in Yaowarat, Bangkok’s beautiful Chinatown. They specialize in a dish called kuay jab nam sai which is wide rice noodle rolls in a soup that flavored wonderfully with black pepper in a rich pork broth.

Udon Thani It is famous and probably the most well-known restaurant that serves pla pao, or roasted fish.  This restaurant serves delicious fish dishes and has a nice friendly and laid back environment. This is probably one of the best Udon Thani restaurants one would recommend and cannot you can’t probably give it a miss!

Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu This is a famous street food stall in Banglamphu, located just a few scales away from Khao San Road. It is one of the best places to eat tom yum goong in all of Bangkok. Being a street food stall one might not want to eat there but then the creamy rich shrimp based tom yum served will blow your mind with its flavor and richness. Along with tom yum goong, they also serve excellent shrimp salad and fried shrimp with garlic.

SP Chicken It is an Isan style restaurant located in the heart of old town, Chiang Mai. The main thing they specialize in is grilled style chicken, which you’ll immediately see at the front of the restaurant, served with a beautiful presentation. The different varieties of som tam and other Isan dishes are also fantastic at SP Chicken.

Suki Koka Suki Koka sets up right next to Khao Kha Moo Chang Phueak each evening and one can also combine two meals into a single. You can order Thai suki either dry or soup version, in the dry version you get the stirred and fried pork with some glass noodles and a big bunch of napa cabbage and finally an egg.

So, these were the 5 best places where you can fill your stomach and satisfy your hunger.