What To Do And Where To Eat In Bangkok

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Nina Thorkelsdottir

What To Do And Where To Eat In Bangkok

Thailand’s capital has a lot to offer. In fact, Bangkok is one of the best places to eat the tastiest Thai food. From local restaurants to street vendors, the food comes in a variety of forms and styles. There are many local delicacies that will leave you drooling. Below, I've listed the best bites

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Street Food 🍢

Street food in Bangkok is something that is usual - and preferred by both locals and tourists. These are the best spots around town.

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Yaowarat Street Food
Nina:Bangkok has a Chinatown - known locally as Yaowarat, a great place for delicious mix of Thai and Chinese food served by street stalls and small restaurants.
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Saphan Taksin
Nina:Fancy a bite under the train station? This old part of Bangkok has food stalls that have been there for ages, known for their delicacies and cooking secrets.
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Victory Monument
Nina:A great area for street food located near many transportation lines. Get by and get fed!
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Ratchawat Market
Nina:Tucked in the green district of Dusit, this market is among the oldest - and the finest - serving roast duck, Kobe beef noodles and many other delicacies.

Hip Places 🍹

Hipsters, unite! These restaurants have the hip vibe and awesome decor.

Image - THE SIXTH 6th
Nina:A lovely little place filled with excellent and truly authentic Thai food. Run by a young couple, this place has a very relaxed atmosphere.
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Seen Bangkok
Nina:Sundown drinks, mouth-watering cuisine and a great view of Chaophraya River. What more could you ask for, right?
Image - Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise
Nina:Sunset cruises along the Chao Phraya river can get you with a tasty dinner, too. Start with a glass of champagne and continue with a six-course family feast of traditional Thai recipes.
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Namsaah Bottling Trust
Nina:Don’t let the hot pink facade of this gastro-bar fool you - it has many culinary delights that are waiting for your mouth.

Desserts 🍧

You won’t get the typical tiramisu, cheesecake or other recipes in Bangkok. Instead, you can get mouth-watering rice desserts, cookies and sweets praised in the Thai cuisine.

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Audrey Cafe' des Fleurs
Nina:Equipped with a French vibe and lots of flowers, this place has an inviting interior and great orange-flavored cake with green tea filling and many other sweet recipes.
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Kyo Roll En
Nina:With many outlets across the city, these food stops create the Zen experience from their interior down to your tongue and finally, in your stomach.
Image - CODE Cafe of Desserts Central World
CODE Cafe of Desserts Central World
Nina:CODE is a community of like-minded dessert enthusiasts! Their specialty are the Thai Tea Lava Toasts filled with Thai tea (Cha Yen).
Image - BRIX Dessert Bar Siam Paragon
BRIX Dessert Bar Siam Paragon
Nina:This is a hip dessert place with a relaxing vibe, great coffees and amazing honey-banana-crumble-vanilla ice creams (approved!).

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  1. Yaowarat Street Food
  2. Saphan Taksin
  3. Victory Monument
  4. Ratchawat Market
  5. THE SIXTH 6th
  6. Seen Bangkok
  7. Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise
  8. Namsaah Bottling Trust
  9. Audrey Cafe' des Fleurs
  10. Kyo Roll En
  11. CODE Cafe of Desserts Central World
  12. BRIX Dessert Bar Siam Paragon

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