Top 10 Must-Try Street Food to Eat in Thailand

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Thai street food is extremely popular with dozens of delicious dishes at extremely low prices. On the road, it is not difficult for you to get the food from 50 to 70 baht.

1. The noodles

Beef or pork? Small or big noodle? Rice noodles or egg noodles? With broth or dry noodle? Broth with or without some blood? Spicy or not spicy? There are tons of questions to ask when you walk into a noodle house in Thailand, and each answer will take you to a different noodle dish.

Each noodle dish in Thailand has a certain difference in ingredients, processing, but still have in common ... very cheap. On average, only 50 to 70 baht (depending on the type of noodles) you can have a good meal.

2. Sontam

Sontam (papaya salad) is delicious and cheap food that definitely every tourists travelling to Thailand would not miss you. The taste of spicy, salty sweet dish is very suitable for hot weather of Thailand. Watching the seller do sontam is also a beast. At first, the seller gave chili, dried shrimp, tomatoes, small beans and lemongrass, fish sauce to the mortar. After the end, the seller add the green papaya fibers, then pound and mix the spices into the papaya fibers.

The papaya salad is so delicious when all spices are well marinated. The price for each basic sontam in a street stall is about 40-50 baht

3. Pad Thai

Pad Thai is a famous dish of Thailand and hence it’s a pity if not trying Pad Thai when you come here. Pad Thai has a variety of noodles to choose from each and every Pad Thai item is charged based on the type of egg you choose, such as egg, shrimp, meat or mashed potato. Pad Thai eggs are the cheapest (40 baht) and Pad Thai seafood shrimp is 80 baht.

4. Chicken rice

In addition to tomyum and other types of noodles, chicken rice is a protein-rich dish that is also very popular. Chicken rice also has fried chicken and boiled chicken. In the pubs, price ranges from 50 to 70, 80 baht according to small or large serving.

5. Thai milk tea

Thai tea, the beverage originated from Thailand has become very famous in Vietnam but it’s much better when drinking in Thailand. It’s cool, delicious and especially cheap - only from about 50 baht per glass. This is a drink that many visitors choose to enjoy after a long tiring journey.

6. The street barbecue 

When you feel a little bit hungry, barbecues will be the ideal stopover for you. Each cart has a lot of food, from chicken legs, grilled sausages or meat skewers, chicken skewered heart, when customers eat the seller will make it hot again and leave the bag for guests to take away.

7. Mango sticky rice

Thai mango is soft and sweet with sweet white sticky rice cooked with coconut and coconut milk to make a delicious snack: mango sticky rice. This dish is widely sold in markets, night markets for only 50 baht a box.

8. Juice

Many returned to Thailand just because of the red,  cool and refreshing drink in these tiny plastic bottles. Pomegranate juice, made from fresh pomegranate seeds always has a strange power. Average price of pomegranate juice is about 40 - 50 baht / bottle, depending on large or small bottle.

Mango juice is orange-yellow in color, each bottle is priced at 30 baht (about 0.8 USD). When there is a customer, the seller pick up the bottle, open the lid of the straws and give the guests, not forget a fresh smile. The freshly squeezed juice is chilled, which is a favorite drink no less than the famous pomegranate juice in Thailand.

9. Chilled fruit

When walking on the streets in Thailand, it is not hard to see chilled fruit carts. The fruits such as papaya, mango, watermelon, pineapple ... are cut into beautiful bar ice water, guests can choose to eat a tray or choose the fruit you like, prices are from 20- 40 baht, then you have a delicious piece of cool fruit to bring along the street.

10. Coconut cream

50 baht (1.4 USD) is the average price of a portion of coconut cream peanut cream topped by roasted peanut. Each coconut is cut in half, divided into two bowls of ice cream, the coconut is usually young so after eating all the cream, you can use spoon to dig the coconut. Coconut water is poured into the glass, and guests can drink it while waiting for the seller to make ice-cream. 

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