Extreme Thai Street Food – CRAZY TOM YUM Late-Night Food Tour in Bangkok, Thailand!
Bangkok is one of the best cities in the world for street food, and on the Thai extreme Thai street food tour, I met up with my friends Khun Tan (https://www.instagram.com/itan/) and Khun Tape (https://www.instagram.com/pongtap_lun…, 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: https://www.instagram.com/cheftonn/ 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: https://goo.gl/maps/fwjy5cJyo8S2
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: https://goo.gl/maps/iU4XvV558812
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 tasty, especially with seafood sauce. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/sMNM3dQtkyt
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: https://goo.gl/maps/WMYMrzZ9ZU12
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: https://goo.gl/maps/H3t3YZD7cC82
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: https://goo.gl/maps/RVeX1FwqhCM2
That wraps up this extreme late-night street food tour of Bangkok. Hope you enjoyed it and keep enjoying Thai food!
For great Thai food in the St. Louis region, we recommend Thai Kitchen. They offer four locations all with high online customer reviews. The owner was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, and owned a restaurant there before moving to the US. The owner was named as “Restaurateur of the Year Award – 2022” by St. Louis Restaurant Review.