Compared to the Oscar of the film industry or the Grammy in the music world
Bangkok street food is always famous for its best street food, from ingredients to the way the food is arranged. Michelin star street food Thailand has attracted visitors from around the world to enjoy the food and find out why it won this prestigious award.
Michelin stars are an extremely prestigious award given to outstanding individuals in the food industry. In Thailand’s capital, Michelin Bangkok 2018, there are a total of 17 restaurants serving Thai and international dishes that receive one or two Michelin stars. Let’s find out which Michelin star restaurants in Bangkok have earned this honorable award!
Address: 36/3 Convent Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok
Opening hours: 07:00 -17:00 , Weekend: 07:00 -15:00
Si Lom is dotted with pushcarts and places for affordable meals, but it can be overwhelming to choose a spot to eat – so praise be for Yentafo Convent. This stall has been serving pink noodle soup, made with tomatoes and sweet potatoes, for more than 40 years.
Lim Lao Ngow (China Town)
Opening hours: 19:00 – 23:00
Address: In front of the buiding no. 299-301, Song Sawat Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok
This stall has been here for more than 60 years and three generations. The homemade fish balls with Chinese-style noodles and fish wontons are worth the queue. The bouncy fish balls are made without flour from a mix of fresh fish. Come early before the wontons sell out.
Peng Kua Gai (Suan Luang market)
Address: Soi Chulalongkorn 20, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Opening hours: 11:00 – 21:00
Head to Suan Luang Market for this longstanding shop which sells stir-fried noodles with chicken. It’s also known for its unique kua gai taro; a stir-fried fish noodle dish served with chicken or seafood.
Address: 1391 Charoen Krung Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok
Opening hours: Lunch: 06:00 – 12:00 / Dinner: 16.30 – 22.00
Congee is the ultimate Asian comfort food, and one of the best bowls is at this little stall down a narrow alley. The rice porridge is topped with minced pork balls and either a raw egg or a century egg. The congee is smooth and savoury and has a smoky aroma.
Elvis Suki (Soi Yotse)
Address: 200/37 Soi Yotse, Phlapphla Chai Road, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok
Opening hours: Dinner: 16:00 – 00:00
Situated in a competitive street food neighbourhood, Elvis Suki rises above the rest of the vendors on Yotse Road. Following the same recipe for 30 years, the suki can be ordered with or without soup, but the dry sukiyaki beef with Elvis’ secret eggy sauce, smoky aroma from the coal stove and perfectly cooked beef is the best.
Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam (Pratunam)
Address: 960-962 Phetchaburi Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok
Opening hours: Lunch: 06:00-14:00 / Dinner: 17:00-02:00
This humble chicken and rice stall has drawn a devoted fan base of locals and in-the-know visitors for more than 50 years. The aromatic rice is cooked with chicken oil and perfectly matches the flavour of the chicken, and the double-boiled soup is delicious, or, as the locals say, aroymak.
Baan Yai Phad Thai
Address: Soi Inthamara 47, Din Daeng, Bangkok
Opening hours: 16:00 – 00:00
This is one of the best places for Pad Thai – piping hot noodles cooked to perfect, boldly flavoured and with a distinctive smokiness from the charcoal stove. Expect to wait in line. Come with a local since you have to write in Thai to make an order.
Pa Tong Go Savoey (China Town)
Address: 489 Song Sawat Intersection, Yaowarat Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok
Opening hours: 18:00 – 00:00
Deep-fried Chinese dough, called patongo, is a beloved local snack, and this Chinatown trolley is one of the best places to find it. Most order it crispy and deep-fried, or you can try it grilled, then dip it in an array of toppings like pandan coconut sauce or condensed milk.
Address: Soi Ekkamai 15, Vadhana, Bangkok
Opening hours: Lunch: 09:00-15:00
This no-frills noodle joint frequented by locals has been serving addictive pig offal noodle soup since the 1960s when the owner’s father emigrated from China. All noodles are served in the same soup base which is bursting with flavour. Pick your toppings from the menu – pork blood curd, liver, stomach, intestines…. you name it. For the less adventurous, wontons and roast pork also taste great. Come early before the best cuts are gone.
Charoen Saeng Silom
Address: 492/6 Soi Charoen Krung 49, Si Lom Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok
Opening hours: 07:30-13:30
“Kah Mu Silom” has been serving stewed pork knuckle since 1959. What sets this shop apart from the hundreds of others is their meltingly soft, caramelised pork in a rich and aromatic gravy with Chinese herbs. Enjoy the pork with their homemade spicy sauce and pickles. Great value.
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