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Deciding where to eat in Thailand is fairly easy. You can’t go wrong when you eat like a local, and the array of dishes on display at the street food markets will make even the most unadventurous eater’s eyes light up.
Banglamphu (also known as Bangkok’s Old Town) is one of the best places to experience this side of Thailand.
There’s more to Thailand’s cuisine than curry. So try som tam, a green papaya salad with dried shrimp and peanuts doused in a lime and chilli sauce. It’s a refreshing counterpoint to any meal – just make sure you ask the vendor to go easy on the chillies.
Also worth sampling while you’re in Thailand is tod mun pla, fishcakes spiced with kaffir lime leaves and served with cucumber relish. Fruit dipped in chilli sugar salt is another must-try street food snack.
The gastronomic scene in Bangkok has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with new restaurants and bars springing up in every district. Those looking for a memorable dining experience in Thailand should head to Thonglor, Bangkok’s hippest street.
Here, you’ll find The Commons (335 Soi Thonglor 17), a trendy food court and gathering space where diners can tuck into food from a passionate community of high-quality producers.
Bo.Lan (24 Soi Sukhumvit 53) is another restaurant in Thailand that is currently garnering lots of attention, mainly due to its experimental menu. While it may be expensive, the tasting menu here is like no Thai food you’ve ever had before.
Dining across Thailand is a pleasant affair and there’s no need to worry that all the good stuff is confined to the capital.
Street food vendors and restaurants that’ll make your taste-buds zing cater to tourists all over Thailand, while Chiang Mai’s hippy vibe means plenty of vegan cafes and tea houses – it’s the best place to enjoy Thailand’s alternative restaurant scene.