These dishes prove no one does street food better than Bangkok. 

See also: What the street-food ban has really meant for Bangkok


 

Jay Fai’s Crab Omelet (B800)


Start queuing yesterday if you want to eat this lifetime.  
327 Maha Chai Rd., 02-223-9384. Open Mon-Sat 1:30pm-1:30am

 

 

Tony’s Palak Paneer (B70)


Curried vegetables and cottage cheese never tasted so good.
Wanich Soi 1, Phra Nakhon. Open daily 9am-10pm 

 

 

Mr Fat’s Moo Ping (B10)


Every night, he gets through 40kg of pig.
Soi Convent, Silom, 092-280-8432. Open Tue-Sun 10:30pm-3am

 

 

Wattana Panich’s Beef Soup (B100)


The same broth’s been on the boil for 40 years.
336 Ekkamai Soi 18, 02-391-7264. Open daily 10am-8pm

 

 

Porn Lamai’s Rad Na (B60-100)


Even Gordon Ramsay couldn’t resist this sizzling dish.
Plang Nam Rd., 099-249-5414. Open Tue-Sun 6pm-2am

 

 

Mr Joe’s Guay Jub (B50)


Who needs salad when you’ve got deep-fried pork?
313/7 Soi Chan 42-44, 02-213-3007. Open daily 8:30am-4pm

 

Nai Mong’s Hoi Tod

 

Nai Mong’s Hoi Tod (B70)


Smoky, rich and packed with the biggest oysters of any hoi tod we know.
539 Phlap Phla Chai Rd., 089-773-3133. Open daily 10:30am-9pm

 

 

Convent’s Yentafo (B50)


Stand and wait your turn for a broth brimming sour, sweet and slightly salty flavor. 
36/3 Convent Rd., 02-235-0386. Open daily 7am-5pm

 

Too Gub Khao Khong Mae’s Khao Gaeng

 

Too Gub Khao Khong Mae’s Khao Gaeng (B60-80)


Coconut curries made using hand pounded curry pastes poured onto GMO-free jasberry rice.
43 Nanglinchee Rd., 089-900-3890. Open daily 5:30am-2pm