Street food is a quintessential part of the Bangkok experience. Street food in Bangkok comes in many guises. It might be a humble cart on the side of the road, it could be a collection of stalls in a local market or even a traditional shophouse that has tables spilling out onto the pavement. Within walking distance, street food in Soi Rangnam Road is a worthy mass of street food stalls that sprout up especially in the evening time. All normal Thai street fare can be expected, ranging from Isan style sticky rice and green papaya salad to made-to-order Thai dishes like Pad Thai and Rice with Pork Basil and Fried Egg.
Victory Monument is also such a good area for street food because it’s one of Bangkok’s main transportation hubs – countless buses load and unload at this giant roundabout everyday, and it’s also served by the Victory Monument BTS station. Wherever there’s lots of people, there’s always lots of food. On the northeast side of the roundabout is the famous boat noodle alley, where you can choose from a variety of Thai boat noodle restaurants.
Get in touch with the local culture by experience street food in Bangkok that is waiting to be devoured.