Do you love Chef’s Table? Then you will surely enjoy these six satisfying minutes of pure cinematic Thai Food Footage. I filmed it in Bangkok, Thailand, with the Panasonic GH5. Thanks for watching!
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One of the best Pad Thai in Bangkok, they said...... ❌ buat gue ENGGA, biasa bangetZ. Kenapa? Rasanya plain, dan agak off, memang harus di tambah condiment yg sudah tersedia di mejanya, gue mix dengan chili powder, kacang, jeruk nipis, dan cuka😀 Memang rasa jauh lebih better, tapi masih missing rasa ‘oseng-oseng’ wajan nya itu lho🤪❤️ yg gue suka dari ini, cuma karena gak berminyak aza, sisanya B untuk rasanya. 🥙Vegetarian Pad Thai nya 60฿ / IDR 28.000, selain itu mereka juga menyajikan tiger prawn pad thai 120฿, chicken, dll. Oia, mereka jual gacuma padthai, tapi juga macam-macam menu Thai spt Tom Yum, Pork Bone soup, dll. 💪🏼🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭 #chubbytravellerBKK
Today was by far the best we've tasted!!!... spoilt for choice with the different stalls selling ...from bbq and grilled prawns and seafood to pork...to stewed beef tendon ...to crispy pork ...to fruit juice ...to durian... to mango sticky rice... the list and choices were endless! My journey and mission to savor street food has been satiated thouroghly and completely!
But I must say my heart is sad at the use of plastic... no one seems to care... plastic straws... plastic containers... plastic bags... plastic carriers for drinks . All one time uses... i sincerely hope they have a good recycling system. #bangkokstreetfood#prawns#pork#tomyam#thaisquid#grilledfood#thaifood#streetfood
If you see these pandan cakes in Thailand, buy them. Like a sweet, crispy, fluffy sombrero of happiness*
I've only seen these before twice in Bangkok, so they're a rare but delightful treat, and at 20B (50p) for 4 they won't break the bank. *May not be official name, that's khanom jujun or khanom dok bua. I prefer sombrero of happiness.
The largest Chinese district 🏮🎎 in Thailand, Chinatown is a sprawl of narrow alleyways, markets, temples ⛩🐲 and shophouses. 🇨🇳 Chinese influence on Thai culture and commerce has been relevant ever since the 14th century. After centuries of immigration and intermarriage, there is now some Chinese blood in almost every citizen - including the King. 🎯 If you wanna have a truly authentic experience look for the old #charoenchaicommunity , or what is left of an ancient local community that still struggles to withstand the pressure of modern development.
Speaking about food, in Chinatown your can easily find a place where to taste two Chinese traditional dish: edible #birdnest and #sharkfinsoup . Edible bird's nests are particularly prized in Chinese culture due to their rarity, supposedly high nutritional value, and flavour: the Chinese believe that it promotes good health, especially for the skin. Bird's nest are among the most expensive animal products consumed by humans with nests being sold at prices up to about $6,600/kg. 🦈 Even if there is no scientific evidence that shark fins soup can actually be used to treat any medical condition, again in Chinese culture shark fins are believe to have properties of boosting sexual potency, enhancing skin quality, increasing qi or energy, preventing heart disease, and lowering cholesterol. PLEASE CONSIDER THAT #sharkfinning has been condemned by the Humane Society International due to the fact that the sharks are often still alive when discarded, but left without their fins. Unable to swim effectively, they sink to the bottom of the ocean and die of suffocation or are eaten by other predators.
🇹🇭 When in Yaowarat in Bangkok for a street food adventure, include Nai Mong Hoi Thod in your itinerary.
This is the one of the best places (and the best in Chinatown) to find a really good hoi thod (Teochews call this dish ”Orh Luak”), which literally means “fried oyster”. Get a seat where you can watch some of the frying over a charcoal stove, and you would realise it is quite a meticulous (and oily) process to get the eggs that crispy, and oyster cooked yet plump and fresh tasting.
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Best Congee in Bangkok?
If you say that this hole-in-the-wall eatery serves up Bangkok’s best congee, I may just second that.
Visit Jok Prince at early as 6am and eat what local residents usually have – jok aka Thai rice porridge or congee.
The charcoal-cooked congee itself was smooth and gloopy, with a savoury taste, and a smoky aroma.
The jok can be sprinkled with fresh strips of ginger, chopped spring onion and fresh coriander.