When it comes to the question “What to eat in Bangkok” – This city offers a million options. Everyone will be satisfied, and there is nothing you can’t find.
I stayed for 30 days in Bangkok, and I ended up in a Food coma every single day. I couldn’t withstand the food, and there is so much to try so many options, and for such cheap prices, you must overeat. It isn’t only the Thai food, which is fantastic, there is a massive presence of international cuisine, but especially from Asia, which is unbeatable. Street food on every corner, shopping centers filled up with fantastic food and then the night markets – it feels like you don’t stop eating and still discover new things every day. And it’s so cheap you don’t have to think about spending too much money.
In the last 30 days, I posted “30 Things to do in Bangkok,” and in there, I already posted some fantastic places to eat, night markets, and Street food corners. In this post, it’s all about what I ate – Thai food and international food. Amazing places where you can find this food (and more details about the places) are: Chang Chui Plane night market, Rambuttri Alley, Siam ICON, China Town, Ratchada Train night market, Silom Night market and the Terminal 21 shopping center.
I’ll firstly start with all the fantastic Thai specialties:
But if you think that’s all, you were wrong! Here are all the international Dishes I had in my time in Bangkok:
Bangkok is truly a food heaven. There are no words to describe how amazing the food is in here.
If this was not enough Food, here is my guide to the food in Thailand, not only Bangkok.
- Total countries I visited until now: 35
- Planes: 16
- Busses: 43
- Trains: 18
- Boats: 23
- Km driving: 7000
- Km running: 2400