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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Thailand Food - What To Eat?

In this post, I'm sharing the various food that we had since the beginning of our Thailand trip from those we had in the train journey and at the various destinations.
It is advisable to bring along a few packs of biscuits/cookies/instant beverages from home just in case there is train delays or while travelling elsewhere.  Make sure you have some drinking water with you all the time when sight-seeing in the country.
Food from the SRT Train [part of the set dinner menus]
Train Food Menu
From 170THB per dinner set

Food From Chinatown, Bangkok

Food you can get in Chiangmai
Khao Soi
Cowgirl's Pig Trotter Rice
Desserts at La Mango, Chiangmai Old City
Radna and Khao Pad at Cafe at Bhubing Palace, Doi Suthep
Khao Ngiaw, Congee, Koay Chiap and Grilled Herb Sausage, Tripanet Market
Local Thai Economy Food, Warorot Market
Local Thai Ala Carte Food Stall, Arak Road
Suan Dok, Chiangmai Old City
WSK Noodle Soup and Dim Sum, Charoenrat Road
Jelang Fish Ball Noodle Shop
 Arak Road Suan Dok Gate, Chiangmai Old City
Sunday Night Walking Street Food, Thapae Gate
Lunch and other edibles at Doi Inthanon National Park
Chiangmai University Street Food
Khanoon Jeem and other food at Warorot Night Market
Breakfast from Hotel in Chiangmai
SP Roast Chicken and Northern Thai Cuisine,
Chiangmai Old City
Local Thai Set Dinner from Siam Rail Transport
More of Restaurant or Street Food in Bangkok Food
Breakfast from Hotel in Bangkok

Some Market Food in Ayutthaya
Some Food in Hatyai

Apart from these we had burgers/coffee/fries at McDonald's, sandwiches/buns/coffee from 7-eleven outlets


  1. Hi Kimmy! So much food! I think I will enjoy going on a food trail in Thailand. I would say my favorite in your photo is the one of roasted meats (the one where I see a pig head hah..hah..).

  2. Hi Phong Hong, these are all smoked meats sold in Chinatown, Bangkok. I wanted to buy some but afraid they may be confiscated at the Custom Checkpoint.