Thai Street Food – 5 MUST EAT Foods in Chinatown, Bangkok!! (Local Favorites Only!)

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BANGKOK, THAILAND – Welcome to Bangkok, a paradise of Thai street food. Today we’re exploring Bangkok’s Chinatown, known as Yaowarat, to eat the 5 best Thai Chinese foods – dishes you don’t want to miss!

Here’s all the Thai street food we ate in this video:

#1 Kuay Jab (ก๋วยจั๊บ)
Location: Tu Kway Chap ก๋วยจั๊บเฮียตุ๊ แปลงนาม สูตร100ปี ( – This place is really old school, tucked within a market and they only open a few days per week for breakfast. That being said there are some legendary kuay jab street food stalls on the main Yaowarat road during the evening.
Price – 50 THB ($1.43) per bowl

#2 Yellow Curry (แกงกะหรี่)
Location: Khao Gaeng Hia Hee (ร้านข้าวแกงคลองถม (เฮียฮี้) ( – This Thai Chinese curry hotspot specializes in rice and curry and especially a yellow with beef tendon boiled for six hours.
Price – 50 THB ($1.43) per plate

#3 Fishball Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลูกชิ้นปลา)
Location: Jeng Kung Fish Ball Noodle (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลูกชิ้นปลาเจงคุง) ( – One of the many popular noodles of Bangkok’s Chinatown is fishball noodles and this is one of the best places to try it.
Price – 60 THB per bowl

#4 Oyster Omelet (หอยทอด)
Location: Wang Hoy Tod (เว้งหอยทอด) ( – Talk about a food legend, he’s been cooking Thai Chinese fried oyster omelettes for over 60 years!
Price: 60 THB ($1.72) per plate

#5 Roast Suckling Pig (หมูหัน)
Location: Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant (ภัตตาคารตั้งใจอยู่) ( – Finally to complete this Yaowarat tour, we’re going to Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant (ภัตตาคารตั้งใจอยู่), a restaurant that’s been open for over 100 years and specializes in Teochow food, known for their extremely crispy roast suckling pig!
Price: 4,040 THB ($115.69) for everything

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