6 Most Popular Bangkok Dishes To Eat

If you are travelling to any part of the world and the local food is not in your bucket list, then it’s an injustice to the native culture of the host land. It is evident that you will miss one of the best experiences of tasting Bangkok foods and flavors.

Talking about the Bangkok food tour, the undeniable Thai food is offered only in the local cafes of the region.

Most Popular Local Dishes

From local fresh varieties of different fruits to the beautiful and enchanting flavors of sea-food, the Bangkok native dishes will blow your mind. Here we are giving you a glimpse of what will you experience in the Bangkok food tour.

1. Thai traditional Pancake

You can call it a crispy yellow pancake, but Thai traditional Pancake is very special to the locals. Where ever there is celebration and festivals, there has to be this greatest delicacy.

Thai traditional Pancake

It is made with coconut milk, rice powder, hint of turmeric flour, and fillings of shrimps or any other kind of meat. It is served either with Vietnamese signature fish sauce or wrapped in local vegetables to deepen the rich flavors.

One bite of this savory pancake and your mind will explode with flavors.

2. Panang Gai

Panang Gai

Sauteed chicken in red curry paste and served with coconut cream is a succulent red curry that is very close to the locals. They serve it with kaffir lime leaves to explode your mouth with vibrant flavours to enchant the taste buds to the depth of your soul.

Sauteed chicken in red curry paste and served with coconut cream is a succulent red curry that is very close to the locals. They serve it with kaffir lime leaves to explode your mouth with vibrant flavours to enchant the taste buds to the depth of your soul.

3. Grilled Chicken / Pork Skewers

Thailand is skewered pork cooked over charcoal imparting a smokiness to the meat. Compared to Singapore’s satay, the portion of meat on each stick is about 3x more.

Pork Skewers

There are different types of chicken skewers you can find in BangKok. The most popular one is the one used lean chicken breast meat and were served with a peanut dipping sauce. The other type at Rod Fai night market had tender chicken Thai meat basted with a thick savory sauce and skewered with some vegetables before being cooked over charcoal.

Read more: Visiting Chatuchak Market

4. Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow

Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow

Another dish that you will not taste anywhere else in the world is Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow. Served in a fish-shaped pan underneath with a candle to keep it steaming, is merely a whole steamed snapper cooked in a tangy lime juice sauce and cloves of garlic and green chili sauce.

5. Khanom Bueang

The crispy crepe snacks hot off the griddle are so crispy, flavorful and addictive. These are merely the crispy meringue base with slightly sweet coconut shreds as a topping.

The perfect pairing for a fantastic evening tea!

Khanom Bueang

Not to mention, there are also thousands of delicious Thai dishes from different regions all over the country, but Bangkok has become a haven for Thai food lovers from all over the globe.

The Bangkok food tour is not only about exploring freshness and variety of cuisines but also the authenticity and peculiarity that is offered with simplicity. The indulgence of a variety of dishes with seasons and occasions is remarkable here and offers to be praised. Indeed, every food here is worth a try!

6. Kanom Krok

Kanom Krok

Another must-eat snack when in Bangkok. Initially khanom krok is made from white rice. They soak the rice in water then grind it with thin coconut milk., cooked rice, and overripe, scraped out coconut shavings. It’s then mixed with salt little by little until it forms a cake. When finished the khanom krok is topped with concentrated coconut milk. The royal cooks modified the toppings of the khanom krok so as to make it a little unusual, such as by using shrimp (also used as a topping for sticy rice), egg, pork (of the same kind as in Thai puff pastry), taro, corn, scallions, or a squash/taro mixture.

More information, you can find in this article:

https://localtrip.net/2018/10/01/best-way-to-see-bangkok-in-a-day/

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