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Those who are willing to brave the heat—and above-average prices—will be rewarded with some of the best Thai street food in the country. Full review →
Located near Wat Saket in the Democracy Monument area, this is probably Bangkok’s most famous place for fried noodles, especially phad khii mao (drunkard’s noodles).
The lump crabmeat fried with curry powder, though not as wildly popular, is also recommended. Full review →
You wouldn’t think so by looking at her bare-bones dining room, but Jay Fai is known far and wide for serving Bangkok’s most expensive pàt kêe mow. Full review →