Yes, you finally made it to Bangkok after several hours on a sub-par Air Asia flight without a meal. But before embarking on your first tuk-tuk ride, or strolling through a golden wat, or catching your first Muay Thai fight, you must eat.
Luckily, no matter where you’ve ended up in the city, there’s a cart full of food on the corner. It smells good, it looks even better and it’s cheap.
Foodies have written whole books and filmed entire TV shows on the joys of street food in Thailand, so we won’t delve too deep here. This is a video of just one lunch — dare I say the best of our trip — easily and inexpensively collected near the U.S. Embassy. Enjoy!
3 thoughts on “Alex and Chickpea Do Southeast Asia: A street food lunch in Bangkok, Thailand [video]”
I blogged on this myself earlier today, and it was a pleasure to read your view on it Alex.
Yours :-P, cars2scrap
I’ve daydreamed about visiting Thailand for the peanut sauce alone.