Extreme Thai Street Food – CRAZY TOM YUM Late-Night Food Tour in Bangkok, Thailand!



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Bangkok is one of the best cities in the world for street food, and in Thai extreme Thai street food tour, I met up with my friends Khun Tan ( and Khun Tape ( who are food lovers and Thai food experts.

We went on an ultimate night street food tour, starting with a tuk-tuk, which I didn’t even know we were going to do from the beginning. It was a thrilling night, so much Thai food, and so much fun.

Later in the night we also met up with Chef Ton from Le Du: when we ate the extreme Mama instant noodles at Jay Oh.

Here are all the restaurants we ate at:

Sawang (ร้านสว่างบะหมี่ ก้ามปู) – To begin the night, we ate at Sawang (ร้านสว่างบะหมี่ ก้ามปู), a legendary restaurant in Bangkok for egg noodles and crab. You can also order their pork noodles which are delicious. I ordered ba mee kam boo, egg noodles with crab claw and the biggest size of the claw. A bit expensive, but so good – 400 THB Google map:

Lim Lao Ngow Fish Ball Noodle (ลิ้มเหล่าโหงว (สาขาเยาวราช) – Known for their fresh fish balls Lim Lao Ngow Fish Ball Noodle (ลิ้มเหล่าโหงว (สาขาเยาวราช) is a street food stall in Bangkok’s Chinatown. Their fishballs are delicious and bouncy. Google map:

Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ปูอบ กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น) – One of my favorite street food stalls in Bangkok is Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ปูอบ กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น), and they specialize in mung bean noodles cooked in a pan with pork fat, spices like Sichuan pepper and black pepper, and either crab or shrimp. It’s incredibly taste especially with seafood sauce. Google map:

Jay Hong Worachak (ร้าน เจ้ฮ้งก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่วรจักร) – One of the highlights of this Thai street food tour of Bangkok was eating kuay teow khua gai at Jay Hong Worachak (ร้าน เจ้ฮ้งก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่วรจักร), a back alley restaurant serving the smokiest fire noodles in Bangkok. Google map:

Jay Oh (ร้านเจ๊โอว) – Probably the most well known late night Bangkok street food restaurant in the city is Jay Oh (ร้านเจ๊โอว), a university spot that serves an array of tasty greasy dishes. Their glorified Thai instant noodles are pretty crazy, and pretty tasty. Google map:

Iam Pochana (เอี่ยมโภชนา) – Finally, to end this Thai street food tour in Bangkok we went to Iam Pochana (เอี่ยมโภชนา) to end with a simmering beef hot pot. Google map:

That wraps up this extreme late night street food tour of Bangkok. Hope you enjoyed it and keep enjoying Thai food!

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25 Replies to “Extreme Thai Street Food – CRAZY TOM YUM Late-Night Food Tour in Bangkok, Thailand!”

  1. Raj Hierodule

    Michelin stars are given to restaurants n its chefs. But I think Mark deserves one as the foodiest person on this planet. Via his travel for food, he brings people together, he breaks barriers n taboos, and teaches without preaching the power of food. He embodies the Silk Route that began as a spice trade for preserving food. He becomes the Silk Route himself.

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