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Still mourning Sukhumvit Soi 38? Here are our favorite old-school eats around the Old Town’s Nang Loeng area. Photo By Panita Thiraphapong

Bid farewell to one of Bangkok's most iconic street food destinations. 

When it comes to feasting on a budget, here's why we're #1.

Remember all the drama over that B150 pad krapao? It ain't got nothing on these.

Where to get bang for your baht on Bangrak’s street food and shop-house classics. 

Thanks, developers... it isn't anywhere near the February deadline yet and Thonglor's street food hub is already losing its character. 

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We asked the best-ranked chefs from Top Tables 2015 for their fave sidewalk eats.

Photos by Panita Thiraphapong and Peeraya Sirathanisa

By now, you must have heard of Soi 38’s street food stalls’ impending demise. We caught up with four popular vendors to find out where they might be headed.

It's the end of an era. One of Bangkok's most iconic street food destinations, Sukhumvit Soi 38, looks set to make way for a new property development. The owners of the land plot on which the vendors are staying have given them until next February to leave the premises, but the end might actually be far nearer if BMA officals have their way. Now, it’s time to bid these cheap eats a fond farewell.

Eating in Sathorn can be expensive, but not so far from BTS Surasak you’ll find this neighborhood packed with street-food stalls.