I’m A Huge Fan Of Thai Street Food!

I have been lucky enough to travel all over Thailand. I’ve eaten at many restaurants but nothing beats the taste of street food. I’m a huge fan of Thai street food! You know you’ve hit the jackpot when you find a street food vendor with a line of people waiting to order. I’m not talking about the hot dog stand where there’s always some kind of mystery meat in that bun. No, these stands are filled with all kinds of authentic Thai treats that will make your mouth water and your stomach growl! Whether it’s fried noodles or plump sausages on sticks, my mouth is watering just thinking about what could be next!

What is the most popular street food in Thailand?

The most popular and common street food in Thailand is fresh fruit served on a stick. One of the most popular fruits on sticks is ripe mango served with chili powder, salt and sugar. I can’t think about this one without drooling over my keyboard! Other Thai foods that are commonly found on sticks include sausages (served with sticky rice), chicken satay, meat balls, and fish cakes.

 

How do you eat Thai Street Food?

If you’re like me you don’t want to leave your new friends on the street just to get a fork and knife. This is why it’s important to know some common Thai table manners while visiting Thailand. When taking food off of a stick make sure not to touch the meat with your fingers (you can use a fork or spoon). Also, it is very rude to fold the fork and spoon together while enjoying your street food. You should also know that when taking a break from Thai food on sticks you can “dab” (using the back of your hand) away any remaining sauce instead of using a napkin. Finally, if there are no empty tables available at your street food vendor, you can kneel on the side of the curb and eat right out of the bag.

The best place to get Thai Street Food in your area!

I’m lucky enough to live near a few great places that serve Thai street food. The tiny shop serves dishes like pad thai, spring rolls and fried rice. The spices are just right and the portion sizes are generous! They even have drinks like Thai ice tea or coconut juice to wash it all down with! If you’re in the mood for something sweeter don’t worry – they also serve Thai donuts covered in shredded coconut for dessert!

Why I love eating Thai Street Food!

I love trying new foods and trying food from other cultures. I’ve visited a lot of street markets all over Thailand but nothing beats the taste of Thai food on a stick! The spicy, sweet and salty flavors are enough to make your stomach wiggle with excitement! Not only is it tasty, but it’s also quick and easy! You can even grab a few sticks before heading back onto the streets to continue exploring.

In My Conclusion!

I’ve been to Thailand several times and I can say that eating street food was one of my favorite experiences. The best part is it’s all safe to eat! My whole family loves Thai food so whenever we visit the country we always have a blast walking around and trying all kinds of new foods together. I hope you get the chance to visit Thailand and try some new street food!

Also read Why I Keep Coming Back To Thailand?

I have been lucky enough to travel all over Thailand. I’ve eaten at many restaurants but nothing beats the taste of street food. I’m a huge fan of Thai street food! You know you’ve hit the jackpot when you find a street food vendor with a line of people waiting to order. I’m not talking about the hot dog stand where there’s always some kind of mystery meat in that bun. No, these stands are filled with all kinds of authentic Thai treats that will make your mouth water and your stomach growl! Whether it’s fried noodles or plump sausages on sticks, my mouth is watering just thinking about what could be next!

What is the most popular street food in Thailand?

The most popular and common street food in Thailand is fresh fruit served on a stick. One of the most popular fruits on sticks is ripe mango served with chili powder, salt and sugar. I can’t think about this one without drooling over my keyboard! Other Thai foods that are commonly found on sticks include sausages (served with sticky rice), chicken satay, meat balls, and fish cakes.

 

How do you eat Thai Street Food?

If you’re like me you don’t want to leave your new friends on the street just to get a fork and knife. This is why it’s important to know some common Thai table manners while visiting Thailand. When taking food off of a stick make sure not to touch the meat with your fingers (you can use a fork or spoon). Also, it is very rude to fold the fork and spoon together while enjoying your street food. You should also know that when taking a break from Thai food on sticks you can “dab” (using the back of your hand) away any remaining sauce instead of using a napkin. Finally, if there are no empty tables available at your street food vendor, you can kneel on the side of the curb and eat right out of the bag.

The best place to get Thai Street Food in your area!

I’m lucky enough to live near a few great places that serve Thai street food. The tiny shop serves dishes like pad thai, spring rolls and fried rice. The spices are just right and the portion sizes are generous! They even have drinks like Thai ice tea or coconut juice to wash it all down with! If you’re in the mood for something sweeter don’t worry – they also serve Thai donuts covered in shredded coconut for dessert!

Why I love eating Thai Street Food!

I love trying new foods and trying food from other cultures. I’ve visited a lot of street markets all over Thailand but nothing beats the taste of Thai food on a stick! The spicy, sweet and salty flavors are enough to make your stomach wiggle with excitement! Not only is it tasty, but it’s also quick and easy! You can even grab a few sticks before heading back onto the streets to continue exploring.

In My Conclusion!

I’ve been to Thailand several times and I can say that eating street food was one of my favorite experiences. The best part is it’s all safe to eat! My whole family loves Thai food so whenever we visit the country we always have a blast walking around and trying all kinds of new foods together. I hope you get the chance to visit Thailand and try some new street food!

Also read Why I Keep Coming Back To Thailand?

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