These dishes prove no one does street food better than 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 (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 (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