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Thai [Thailand] Foodglorious food!

Khao Tom Jay Suay

Address: 610-5 Phadung Dao Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Operating Hour: 4pm to 3am
Phone: +66 2 223 9592


Khao Tom Jay Suay is run by the third and fourth generations of a Chinese family. Their ancestors’ recipes include kiam buay moo sup (chopped pork in clear soup with Chinese plum, B50), moo daeng tod (fried roasted pork, B60) and ped palo tod see ew (stir-fried braised duck with soy sauce, B120).

Definitely need to come back again and again; their khao tom is (actually) good, plus all the mains to go along were tasty! Our only regret was that we forgot to order the smoked duck, next visit it will have to be. Staff was really friendly too, don't be shy.
Hoi Tod Chaw Lae

Address: 1301 Charoen Nakhon Road, Bang Lamphu Lang, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600
Opening Hours: 09.30AM – 10.30PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: 15 minutes from Saphan Taksin BTS station by foot and ferry.
Telephone: +66-91-806-4901 | +66-2-860-1029 | +66-91-505-0317


Hoi Tod Chaw Lae Serves Crispy Seafood Omelette With Cheese Pulls In BKK.

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae started off as a humble food cart in Phuket in 1973 and it was well-received before the recipe was passed down to Ms. Roong, the 2nd generation owner.

Ms. Roong then decided to open a hoi tod (seafood pancake) stall in Charoen Nakhon after moving to Bangkok. It has been 16 years since the opening day – making the recipe 46-years-old!

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae started off as a humble food cart in Phuket in 1973 and it was well-received before the recipe was passed down to Ms. Roong, the 2nd generation owner.

Ms. Roong then decided to open a hoi tod (seafood pancake) stall in Charoen Nakhon after moving to Bangkok. It has been 16 years since the opening day – making the recipe 46-years-old!

For the best experience, don’t forget to pour sweet and spicy chilli sauce all over the dish and mix everything on the plate together first so you can get the textures all in one bite.

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae is situated in an air-conditioned shophouse while the cooking area is out open in the front – perfect to stop by even on the hottest day.

Decorated in a cute fisherman’s village theme, the interior has white fishnets on the ceiling and mini lifebuoys on the walls alongside the owner’s photos with many TV personalities.

If you find yourself visiting IconSiam mall or any other nearby destinations, make sure to head to Hoi Tod Chaw Lae on Charoen Nakhon Road and get yourself a plate of scrumptious cheesy seafood omelette.
T&K Seafood

Address: 49, 51 Phadung Dao Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 223 4519
Operating Hour: 4pm to 12midnight daily


T & K Seafood Restaurant: Yaowarat (Chinatown), Bangkok, Thailand

There’s never a dull moment while eating at T & K Seafood. Waiters dash around the multistory complex like playing in a jungle gym, sprinting up the staircase – all in an effort to effectively deliver some of Bangkok’s finest Thai seafood.

T & K Seafood Restaurant is located in Bangkok’s bustling Chinatown district, in the area known as Yaowarat. The restaurant opens it’s doors in the evening and begins to guerrilla market their seafood on the side of the road, while grilling up a storm of shrimp and fish to mesmerize those who walk by.

During the busiest times at T & K, waiters even utilize a pulley system to get orders to the various floors of the restaurant.

Having tried several famous seafood eateries in Yaowarat, this has got to be my favourite. T&K Seafood is a must-visit in Yaowarat. It is very easy to spot them from the main road. Staff are dressed in bright Green Shirts.

If you are there during peak hours, be prepared to wait for an available seat. They have both outdoor and indoor seatings. Want to enjoy the cool air-con, head inside the restaurant. However, do note that it will be a little squeezy inside.

The prices are slightly elevated in the popular Yaowarat so expect to pay about 300 THB per person for a hearty seafood meal!
Rung Rueang Pork Noodles

10/3 Soi Sukhumvit 26, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)
Phone: +66 84 527 1640


Popular Thai-Style Pork Noodles With Tom Yum And Dry Versions With Michelin Bib Gourmand.

[Bangkok] From a shophouse space, Rung Rueang รุ่งเรือง or Guay Tiew Mu Rung Rueang Tung at Soi Sukhumvit 26 runs a tight ship to serve their delicious bowls of Thai-style pork noodles.

Some Singaporeans call this the Thai Bak Chor Mee – just for easier understanding, but they are both very different.

As I use a number of food websites and apps to find recommendations, I noted that Rung Rueang 榮泰米湯粉 appeared in several of them, even highly ranked on “DianPing” (大众点评) – a Chinese app that provides quite useful lifestyle information.

It is admirable to imagine how the eatery has become a Michelin-recommended destination with a Bib Gourmand for several years, coming from its humble beginning as a food cart.

Finding the bustling shop wasn’t that difficult with Google Maps, and it is of 8 to 10 minutes’ walking distance to Emquartier and Phrom Phong BTS Station.

There is a similar looking shop next door – word says they had a dispute and decided to split into two.

At the entrance of the eatery, the aunties grapple with a steaming pot of fish balls and blanches portions of noodles, stacking up bowls of finished pork noodles which are quickly served by fast-moving waiters.

Another quickly gets you a table and menu, and asks you to order just as you are about to scan through the menu.

The menu is almost like a make-your-own-noodles concept. You get to select the flavours, topping, noodles and size.

There are basically four noodle choices – Tom Yum Soup, Tom Yum No Soup, Clear Soup, and No Soup.

Then match this with a noodle style from egg noodle, glass noodle, thick rice noodles, to thick or thin vermicelli.

Customers can choose various toppings from fish ball & minced pork, pork only, fish ball and fish cake only, to a mixed bowl.

Overall, either the Small (60 THB) or Medium (70 THB) bowl of noodles are manageable for a single person.

While you are waiting for your noodles, get the Crispy Fish Skin (20 THB) that is much raved about. The snack is known to be crispy and crunchy, which no doubt will be snatched up in no time if you are sharing it with others.

Pang Cha Cafe

Central World 3th floor Rama I Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Other outlets at The EmQuartier (L6), Siam Paragon (L4), ICONSIAM (G floor), Central Ladprao (L4), Central Rama 2 (L1), Terminal 21 (L1)


BANGKOK – Popular Must-Have Thai Tea Shaved Ice Dessert And Thai Milk Tea

“Pang Cha started in 2009. We had already opened the restaurant, but we didn’t have a signature dessert. So we thought about what would make a great dish. Around that time, we heard that Thai tea was one of the most popular beverages in the world. So, we thought, why not make a dessert using Thai tea?” explains Sangnarong Montriwat and Kanchana Tathiyakul, owners of Lukkaithong. Now, the dessert is so popular, people come to have it after eating a main meal at another restaurant.

“The dessert comes from childhood memories of enjoying the sweet, shaved ice as a treat to beat the heat. It’s so easy to eat. You can have it any time. Everyone in the family can simply enjoy it and it is perfect for sharing. And by pairing Thai tea with shaved ice, we turned a drink into a dessert. Who wouldn’t like it? (laughs) Also, our portions are huge because Thais love to share,” adds Tattiyakul. She continues explaining their ultimate goal to make Thai tea as known around the world as green tea.

[Bangkok] Other than Cha Tra Mue, other café I like to get Thai Milk Tea from is from Pang Cha.

Pang Cha café is an off-shoot from popular Thai family restaurant Luk Kai Thong.

People go there for dishes such as their Hong Kong Fried Rice Noodle with Pork and Prawn, Crispy Noodle with Australian Beef, and Stew Pork Belly and Vegetables with Baked Rice.

A wide range of Thai-style drinks are available, such as Royal Thai Milk Tea with 3 types of bubbles (165 THB), Black Thai Tea (115 THB), Longan Black Thai Tea (165 THB), to Lychee Black Thai Tea (165 THB).

When the dessert arrived, I knew immediately that I needed to the gym somehow, some day. Two of us shared the guilt, but we wished four other friends would be here to take the calories away.

All this while watching other slim Thai ladies slowly devouring the whole thing down…

The special element was said to be the Thai tea, created by five different types of tea for their flavour, colour and aroma.

The tea is brewed fresh every so that the flavours would be richer and more aromatic, and they do not use any powders.

Nak-La Mookata

Location: MBK, 2nd floor, near Suki Tee Noi
Shop open : Time 11.00-02.00am Open every day
Tel : 095 586 2465

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Today is a good time to try. Grilled pork hunter Nak-La Mookata at MBK Center is a grilled pork belly with air conditioning. Newly opened, very worthwhile price. I saw that I had to come back and write again.

...This shop is in MBK, next to Tee Noi. Go straight to the front of the store, there are a lot of people, mom! While waiting in the queue, I keep looking at the menu. The queue is running fast. How long do you wait? (or maybe at the beat)

It's time for the queue ...starting to slow down

In front of the shop, there will be a large menu sign to choose first. This restaurant is a la carte. But the good thing is that vegetables can be scooped by yourself unlimitedly. Vegetable lovers will definitely like it here.

The shop is spacious, with plenty of seats. Order a la carte or a set.
We choose a set for 399 baht and order pickled prawns in soy sauce. There are 4 types of dipping sauces available. Vegetables and vermicelli can be scooped by yourself.

After eating, it was considered that the taste was pleasing. In a mall in the middle of the city like this, eating 2 people including drinking water is over 600 baht, which is very good.
Arunwan, BANGKOK

PARK X ปาก, Ekkamai 15 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66 80 994 2299
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm (Mon – Sun)


Ekkamai’s Most Famous Pig Intestines Soup And Crispy Pork Noodles, With Michelin Bib Gourmand

[Bangkok] Ekkamai may be known to Singaporeans for its café culture, but one eatery you should try out, especially if you love pig intestines soup and salted vegetable is Arunwan.

If you been to their old shop and noticed that “they are gone”, they have moved to a new place nearby at Park X (note: some photos here are from the old shop).

It is cleaner, more spacious, and more organised now. English menu provided as well.

Arunwan is sometimes referred to the locals as “Tue Huan Ekkamai”, in which “Tue Huan” refers to pig intestines, and they offer pork offal in various forms.

As one of the 50 plus eateries which earned the Bib Gourmand distinction in Bangkok, Arunwan has been around since the 1960s, founded by a Chinese immigrant.

Locals and tourists come here for the noodles, either rolled or egg, combined with mixed meats and veggies.

The signature dish to get is Pickled Cabbage Soup with Everything (70 baht, SGD3.10) which includes crispy pork, stomach, intestines, and minced pork.

There’s only 1 base for their soup, but lots of possible ingredients.

Choose from assorted boiled meat offal, from blood cubes to liver, stomach, intestine, and kidney, with price ranging affordably from 70 to 80 baht per bowl.

I would be honest to say I am not the biggest fan of offal, but the soup here was just another thing all together. It was mildly salty and sour, very refreshing, and just whets your appetite all together.

Most people do not like pig offal for the occasionally smelly taste, but there was very little of that, and the intestines and stomach were both chewy and soft to the bite.

It was almost like your Wanton Noodles with springy thin mee tossed with light seasoning and pork lard fragrance.

Crispy Wontons, Sticky Rice with Peanuts, Steamed Wontons, Crispy Pork are available as sides.

Refresh with either their homemade Thai style iced black coffee or chrysanthemum tea.
Sawang Noodles

Sawang Bami Kam Pu (Si Phraya)
264 Si Phraya Road, Maha Phruttharam, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 236 1772
Opening Hours: 5pm – 11pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon


Sawang Noodles or Sawang Bami Kam Pu is a new establishment with a “Bib Gourmand” in the Michelin Guide Bangkok, specialising in Bamee Noodles.

Or what some people would call Thai-style Wanton Noodles.

Famous For Thai Wanton Noodles With Crab Claws, With Michelin Bib Gourmand

Come over for dinner or a late snack, as they are open up to 11pm every day. Because it is located on a rather dark road, you may just walk past without even noticing the shop.

Sawang Noodles was originally located close to the Bangkok train station in Hua Lam Phong.

It is related to Sawang Noodles on Phetchaburi Road – which is opened by a relative it would seem.

Experience how this family-run business whips up their noodles with crab claws. These tasty, fleshy crab claws have made them popular, helping them succeed and expand to 3 outlets.

The most basic bowl is the Egg Noodle with Barbecue Pork at 60 baht (SGD2.70), while the popular choice is the Egg Noodle with Shrimp Wonton, Barbecue Pork and Crab Meat at 100 baht (SGD4.50).

If you are feeling indulgent, then the bowl is Crab Claws would cost 400 baht (SGD18) for a large bowl, in which a fleshy crab claw is added along with wonton or diced meats on your egg noodles (served dry) with some chopped spring onions.

All in all, more expensive than the average street stall.

Noodles are hand-pulled here, so they may remind you of those from Hong Kong except this is much thinner but no less springy.

The egg noodles had a delicious, bouncy (what some may call al dente) bite.
Ror Ruea

411 Thonglor Soi 23, Sukhumvit 55, Klongton Nua, Wattana Bangkok, Thailand
+66 2 185 1482
Operating hour: 11am to 9pm daily.


Nice little Thai restaurant in Thong Lor

This boutique Thai Resturant in Thong Lor serves a great selection of Thai mains and small plates. Very good noodle soup, several types of som tum and delicious chicken wings! The staff are lovely and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming.

Thai restaurant, noodles shop, Thai eastern style food, comfort food, delivery and take away service available. Conveniently located on Thonglor road.

Fruit shakes would be a great addition to the menu and perhaps improve the comfort of seating. Excellent value and service.

Love this place! One reason I like to stay close to Ekamai. 😀 Northern Thai, super good. The menu appear to change slightly from day to day. Family business run by the grandma and grand kids, as I understand it. Small selection of craft beer available as a bonus.
Hasan Roasted Duck (ฮาซัน เป็ดย่าง)

Location: The street food stall is located directly outside the gates of Assalapheyah Mosque (หน้ามัสยิด อัสสละฟียะฮ์) on south Charoen Krung road, just northeast of Rama 3 road, and they don’t set up until evening.

Opening hours: 6:30 pm – 2 pm daily, but closed on Monday


As soon as I walked up to take a photo of the roasted golden ducks hanging in the street food cabinet, I knew we were in for some grumpiness the owner, and duck hunter himself (well at least he roasts and slices them up), isn’t the friendliest street food vendor you’ll meet in Bangkok. He made some rude remarks to me while I was taking photos of his ducks.

But I’m hardly going to turn from street food due to grumpy owners… I’m there for the food.

Along the always busy Charoen Krung road, just outside Assalapheyah Mosque (หน้ามัสยิด อัสสละฟียะฮ์), is Hasan Roasted Duck (ฮาซัน เป็ดย่าง) street food stall.

This street food stall is also halal.

But anyway, they serve Thai roasted duck, and in the local hood of Charoen Krung, it’s pretty well known. Just like at Khao Kaeng Jake Puey, people begin to lineup for food before they even begin selling.

There were actually only a couple of tables set up along the sidewalk when we went; The majority of the customers go to Hasan Roasted Duck (ฮาซัน เป็ดย่าง) for takeaway.

While most Thai street food stalls cheerfully deliver your food to your table within seconds of ordering, at Hasan Roasted Duck (ฮาซัน เป็ดย่าง), you might have to bark your order to them multiple times before they take action.

f you’re looking for some busy Bangkok street food with character and grumpy service (which can definitely be fun sometimes) Hasan Roasted Duck (ฮาซัน เป็ดย่าง) is a pretty good option.

Their duck is good, but not stand out amazing from other Thai duck restaurants like this place.
Zhang La Mian
Location: 13 ซอย จุฬาลงกรณ์ 5 Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Located in: Suan Luang Square
Phone: +66 090 974 5960
Operating hour: 11am to 9pm daily

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Spicy Tender Stewed Beef Noodle Soup.

Of course I had to order their signature Zhang La Mian noodles. It comes with lots of egg noodles, a flavorful broth, some chilis, and plenty of stewed meats.

I happened to order the beef version.

The soup was really nice and comforting as well. I could just drink the soup on it’s own and already be satisfied.

The beef is very very tender, just poking it with your chopsticks will already break the meat! The taste itself is alright however, I don’t really taste much of the beef by itself so obviously this is meant to be eaten when everything is mixed together.

I will say that there is a lot of fat and collagen and that’s where the flavor is to be found.

Overall I would recommend a visit to Zhang La Mian, a little noodle shop that you definitely won’t miss due to the big boiling bot of meat out on display. I especially like their cheap price and their options for adding more toppings, and of course we can’t forget about their tasty tender meat and spicy chili.

A little complaint I have is that the broth could be more flavorful, perhaps a little bit of salt could go a long way.
Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง)

Address: 38 Charoen Krung Soi 23, Yaowarat, Bangkok
Phone: 02-2226769 , 02-2255975
Open hours: 9 am – 8 pm daily (but usually closed on the 15th and 30th of each month)
Price: 35 THB ($1.08)

ที่อยู่ : 38 ซอยเจริญกรุง 23 ใกล้กับวัดมังกรกมลาวาส ถนนเจริญกรุง แขวงเยาวราช เขตสัมพันธวงศ์ กรุงเทพฯ
โทร.02-2226769 , 02-2255975
เปิดทุกวัน เวลา 09.00 – 20.00 น. หยุดทุวันที่ 15,30 ของเดือน
บะหมี่ธรรมดา 35 – บะหมี่พิเศษ 45-


Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง). Big Bowls of Old Skool Egg Noodles in Bangkok’s Yaowarat.

When you see a rustic old-skool restaurant like Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง), you know they have a food story to tell.

It’s located in a dungeon dark and damp alley, just off the always busy Charoen Krung road in Bangkok’s Chinatown, and just a short distance from one of my favorite curry stalls in town.

They have been serving hungry workers for years, and the street food wear and tear is good enough evidence of their success.

As I’m told, they didn’t even have a restaurant name for the longest time, they were just there

Ba mee (บะหมี่), is the Thai word for yellow egg noodles, and jub kang (จับกัง) is a word used to describe people who work really hard – basically any kind of laborer – a constructions worker, a delivery man, a cart pusher, tuk tuk driver… you get the idea.

So put the two together, and Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง) is a Thai street food stall that serves hungry hard workers.

Anyway, before we get started on the food, I just want to quickly give you a tour of the kitchen.

It’s not cleanest place in the world.

There are a couple of simmering pots of liquid puffing away on one side, and a couple of tables, all a little lopsided and appearing as if they could topple over with a few too many bowls of noodles on top.

Nevertheless, you don’t exactly come to Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง) for the ambiance (I’m sure you can tell).

For cooking they exclusively use charcoal, which adds an extra dimension of smokiness to the flavor of their noodles, as well as a nice smoky aroma that fills the entire alley like a sauna.

I thought there might be a tandoor hiding somewhere in the kitchen (reminded me of the awesome street food in Kolkata)!

The egg noodles are blanched in massive portions, and then divided into bowls at rapid rates to accommodate meal rushes.

Overall, quite good. It wasn’t the best bowl of ba mee (บะหมี่) I’ve ever had, but the noodles were fresh and tasty, and the pork was tender and sweet.

You don’t exactly come to Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง) for the best food or the cleanest ambiance, you come for the big portions and the cheap prices.

Pretty decent bowl of Thai ba mee egg noodles (บะหมี่), and a truly wonderful street food environment – but just be warned this place is pretty local – and you’ve got to really be a street food fan to come here.
Kor Panich Mango Sticky Rice

431 433 Thanon Tanao, San Chao Pho Sua, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 221 3554
Opening Hours: 7am – 6:30pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun


BANGKOK – One Of The Best Mango Sticky Rice, With Michelin Bib Gourmand.

[Bangkok] A trip to Bangkok is not complete without having Mango Sticky Rice, also known as khao niao ma muang.

Rice has special importance to Thai families, and usually appears on the table at almost every meal, even in desserts.

This iconic Thai dessert is made with glutinous rice, fresh mango and coconut milk, and eaten with a spoon or sometimes the hands.

When in Bangkok, the traditional Thai dessert mango sticky rice is everywhere, sold by street vendors to high end restaurants, in fanciful cafes presenting it in instagrammable fashion.

But some places simply stand out. One such place is Kor Panich, located near the Grand Palace and opened since 1932.

With its simple storefront and only two tables for sitting, you wouldn’t imagine it has achieved a legendary status for its mango sticky rice.

Made from a family recipe passed down for generations for over 8 decades, it is the only Mango Sticky Rice shop listed in the Michelin Bib Gourmand Bangkok.

They say this recipe even came from the royal kitchen, where the owner’s mother-in-law used to work.

Kor Panich may be slightly out of the way, and I do agree that there are other Mango Sticky Rice which are quite good too.

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae

Address: 1301 Charoen Nakhon Road, Bang Lamphu Lang, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600
Opening Hours: 09.30AM – 10.30PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: 15 minutes from Saphan Taksin BTS station by foot and ferry.
Telephone: +66-91-806-4901 | +66-2-860-1029 | +66-91-505-0317

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It serves crispy seafood omelette with cheese pulls in BKK.

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae started off as a humble food cart in Phuket in 1973 and it was well-received before the recipe was passed down to Ms. Roong, the 2nd generation owner.

Ms. Roong then decided to open a hoi tod (seafood pancake) stall in Charoen Nakhon after moving to Bangkok. It has been 16 years since the opening day – making the recipe 46-years-old!

Now, Ms. Cake is helping her mother with the business after graduating from university. As the 3rd generation owner, she has since added many awesome items into the menu including crispy seafood omelette with cheese.

Hoi Tod Chaw Lae is situated in an air-conditioned shophouse while the cooking area is out open in the front – perfect to stop by even on the hottest day.

Decorated in a cute fisherman’s village theme, the interior has white fishnets on the ceiling and mini lifebuoys on the walls alongside the owner’s photos with many TV personalities.

If you find yourself visiting IconSiam mall or any other nearby destinations, make sure to head to Hoi Tod Chaw Lae on Charoen Nakhon Road and get yourself a plate of scrumptious cheesy seafood omelette.
Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun

G Floor, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok
Operating hour: Everyday : 11:30 AM - 10 PM daily
Phone: +66-2001-9868


Anyone who misses Dim Sum, congee and Hong Kong-style noodles. It's time to visit Tasty Congee and Noodle Wantun, an authentic Cantonese-style restaurant that guarantees the taste of being in Hong Kong. Because this is a sub-brand of the Michelin-starred restaurant Ho Hong Kee that still maintains the quality and taste that is replicated from the Hong Kong branch. The restaurant has imported a chef from Hong Kong to take care of all the food of this branch. Including various raw materials as well for the first branch in Bangkok, this is located on the G floor, Gourmet Garden zone at Siam Paragon.

The restaurant is divided into 2 floors. The ground floor is a seating area for those who come in small groups. and the upper mezzanine zone Can accommodate people who come in large groups or want to have a more private atmosphere The shop emphasizes the use of purple, which is the regular color of every store, and adds luxury with gold in various corners.

Congee and noodles, two must-have dishes for Cantonese food lovers. And it's also the highlight menu here as well. Especially the noodle menu that the restaurant is meticulous in every step. from making noodles to making dumplings that focus on the 7:3 ratio of shrimp and pork to get the right texture and bite size.

start menu Dried noodles, black ear mushroom dumplings, Chinese bamboo shoots (280 baht), a special menu of the restaurant. The noodles are slender and chewy like Hong Kong style. Eat with large pieces of dumplings stuffed with shrimp and pork. Add a touch of flavor with black ear mushrooms and Chinese bamboo shoots. Served with blanched Hong Kong kale, special oyster sauce and mellow soup

In addition to main dishes such as porridge and noodles, There are also different dim sum dishes here that are equally delicious. Try the Har Gao (180 baht), a thin crust stuffed with firm shrimp meat . Baht) Thin, soft noodles wrapped in long, crispy Patonggo. Before eating, pour the sweet and salty sauce and dip it with the restaurant's recipe mustard sauce. The softness of the noodles goes well with the crispiness of Patonggo. For people who like deep-fried dim sum The restaurant recommends Ham Soi Ko (120 baht), made from glutinous rice flour, soft and sweet, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. stuffed with mellow flavor shrimp.

Followed by congee with pork and offal (300 baht), a white congee with soft and smooth texture. Simmered pork and offal that are soft and not sticky. It goes well with long, crispy Patonggo.

There area also a few branch.

Step in to try.
Boon Tong Kiat บุญตงเกียรติข้าวมันไก่สิงคโปร์
440/5 Thonglor Soi 16 (located on the main street, opposite J Avenue)
Tel: +66 02 390 2508
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily


Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice In Bangkok Is Quite Legit.

[Bangkok] Singaporeans going to Bangkok to eat Hainanese Chicken Rice. Strange, right?

The name of this Singapore style chicken rice shop is called “Boon Tong Kiat”, and one may just wonder if it is a ‘cheong’ (copy) version of the famous Boon Tong Kee back home.

I only went to try after asking for food recommendations from the baristas at The Commons, who all pointed to the direction of this eatery serving ‘khao man gai’.

They knew I was Singaporean. “It’s good…”

The shop wasn’t that difficult to find, on the main road of Thonglor Soi 16, and it looked like one of those old-school coffeeshop I used to go to during my growing up years.

Chopping and preparation of food was done outside, eating inside.

Boon Tong Kiat was originally founded by a Singaporean. However, he has left the business and it is now run by a Thai family who used to work in the restaurant.

The menu offers a splattering of familiar Singapore local favourites, from Chicken with Garlic Rice (65 baht), Duck with steamed rice (79 baht), Red Pork with steamed rice – that’s char siew (69 baht), Red Pork Noodleswith Dumpling Soup (69 baht), Singapore Fried Carrot Cake (115 baht), Fried Rice (120 baht), and Hokkien Mee (120 baht).

There is also a dish more commonly known as ‘Singapore Som Tam’ here, which is our Rojak (105 baht). Don’t go near there.

Waiting took a while. 20 minutes, as the person in front ordered a hundred packets and the server decided to go by sequence.

If you are Singaporean and crave for home, I think Boon Tong Kiat is a worthy alternative.
Jok Sam Yak
Address: 241 245 ซอย จุฬาฯ 11 Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Operating Hour: 5am to 9.30 am, 3pm to 8pm daily
Phone: +66 2 216 4809


Jok Sam Yak stands out as one of Bangkok’s leading congee places. More than 65 years in the biz and its owners haven’t tired of making their signature rice porridge, here made with sweet jasmine rice and mix-ins like pork intestines and liver.

There’s nothing quite like a bowl of jok in the morning. Like a warm, gooey, sucks-you-right-in kind of hug, jok is synonymous with comfort, and for many, it’s the go-to for easing into the day. Like any blank canvas, however, jok is also wildly versatile. It can be enjoyed on its own, but it can also be enjoyed with a variety of toppings.

Much like Jok Prince, Jok Samyan is a staple for many, and is an especially popular vendor for takeout and delivery. It’s likely you know Jok Samyan from your late nights about town, because they famously also open until the wee hours of the morning. Here, they serve up a classic pork congee, with all the classic trimmings. Add a little bit of grated ginger, and a little bit of spring onion, and you’ll be good to go. No fuss, no frills, and plenty of comfort.
Here Hai เฮียให้
112/1 Soi Sukhumvit 63, 1 Ekkamai Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am – 2:30pm, 3:30pm – 5pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
Phone: +66 632199100


Famous For Insane Crab Fried Rice And Omelette Crab Rice At Ekkamai. Warning: Super Long Queue.

Good value, high quality seafood sent directly from Surat Thani is the draw here. Its prices may be considered high for street food, but portions are large and ingredients superb. Go for the fried rice with crabmeat and fried mantis with crispy garlic, both cooked with traditional technique and offer pleasant smoky aroma.

Without a doubt, Bangkok has plenty of great seafood. All around the city, you can find street stalls selling raw crabs or restaurants serving prawns, fish, and much more.

One of the more famous joints has to be Here Hai เฮียให้, a seafood restaurant rather well-known to locals and foodie travellers alike.

First awarded the Bib Gourmand in Michelin Guide 2020, they have retained the title consecutively.

Around the time Here Hai was first recognised, they moved into their current space which is air-conditioned and comfortable. It was also to accommodate the long queues at peak hours, which is still a common sight today.

Located between Ekkamai 10-12, note that the eatery is actually 1.3km away from Ekkamai BTS station (an estimated 20 minutes’ walk).

When you reach there, don’t be surprised to find a very long lines, or a couple of queues (those who reserved, takeaways + delivery).

Plus, sometimes there is nobody at the door to guide customers, so clueless tourists who do not have a reservation end up joining the line, but wait…

So, if you have a reservation (limited spaces available made via phonecall or DMs to their social media channels), you still have to wait in another queue.

At Here Hai, although the price may be a little higher than regular seafood places in Bangkok, you do trade some of that value for seafood that has a much better quality.

Daeng Racha Hoi Tod
Address: 342 Sukon 1 Alley, Talat Noi, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Opening Hours: ⋅ Opens 9AM to 2.30 pm
Phone: +66 81 345 2466


Daeng Racha Hoi Tod Famous Bangkok Street Food

If you never heard of Daeng Racha Hoi Tod, it means your local friends didn’t tell you about this famous Bangkok street food. The owner, Mr Daeng is the fourth generation and moved his family’s Hoi Tod stall to this location 50 years ago. Hoi Tod simply means oyster or mussels omelette pancake. We called it ‘oh chien’ (Hokkien) in Malaysia and Taiwan.

Mr Daeng operated for almost 50 years while the three generations before him served Hoi Tod for more than 80 years. If you total up, this Daeng Racha Hoi Tod is over 130 years old of legacy.

Daeng Racha Hoi Tod Famous Bangkok Street Food is located at 342 Sukon 1 Alley, Talat Noi, Samphanthawong and it is minutes of walk from Wat Mangkon MRT Station and Yaowarat Road, Chinatown Bangkok. They offer both oyster and mussels omelette pancake.

It is easy to spot the stall as there are usually long queue. It is hard to get a table and hence the long wait.

Daeng Racha Hoi Tod opens from 9 am to 2.30 pm and when we reached there around noon time, the oyster omelette pancake was sold out and left the mussel omelette pancake. We manage to take the picture of the oyster omelette pancake but didn’t manage to taste it.

Their version of mussel omelette pancake is similar with our oyster omelette including their ingredients and flavours. The mussel omelette pancake is cooked to golden brown in colour and the texture is not too crispy and not too starchy but you get the crunchy texture from the beansprout. Thus, it is not that greasy so the mussel omelette pancake is very enjoyable.

Daeng Racha Hoi Tod is definitely a must visit if you are in Bangkok. The food is really good and the prices here is very affordable. The best part is most of the customers are locals so it is not commercialised yet! This is the real Bangkok street food with over 130 years of history and legacy!
Kim Nguan Fish Ball Chom Thong

Address: เลขที่ 75/70 ซอยจอมทอง16 Chom Thong Rd, Bang Kho, Chom Thong, Bangkok 10150, Thailand
Operating Hours: 10AM-5:30PM, Mon-Sat (closed Sundays)


Opened in 1999, this shop specialises in homemade fish ball noodle soup. The fish balls are bouncy and contain three kinds of fish, the noodles are al dente, and the broth is flavoursome. Don’t miss the Tom Yam fish ball noodle soup or the flavoured fish balls.

This was one of our favorite street food stalls in Bangkok. Like Lim Lao Ngow, they’re known for their fishball noodle soup served with a plethora of different ingredients like ground pork, egg, fish cake, seaweed, and vegetables.

The menu at Kim Nguan is entirely in Thai so I can’t tell you everything that was in it, but it’s their most premium bowl served with a little bit of everything. It was absolutely delicious and one of the best things I ate in Bangkok.

Everything in this fishball noodle soup was delicious but these fish noodles are what really made this bowl special. They’re made from actual fish and had a chewy texture unlike any other noodle we tried in Bangkok. They’re so frikking good.

My better half had this equally delicious bowl of fishball noodles made with yen ta fo sauce. Known for its pinkish-red hue, yen ta fo refers to an interesting Thai dish made with fermented soybean paste.

Just look at all the beautiful ingredients in this fishball noodle soup. I don’t know what they’re called but those frilly, seaweed-type things are so much fun to eat. They’re crunchy and have a taste and texture similar to jellyfish or black wood ear mushrooms.

Kim Nguan is on the 2023 Michelin street food guide, but it’s also way off the beaten path. It’s located in Chom Thong district, on the less visited western side of the Chao Phraya River.

The nearest BTS stop (Wutthakat) is about a 30-minute walk away so we booked a Grab to go there. You may want to do the same. The fishball noodle soup at Kim Nguan is delicious and in my opinion, worth the extra effort.