Tag: things to eat

Have you tried any of Yum dishes in Thailand? If you are traveling around Thailand and haven’t had any chance to try some of them it will be your great mistake.  The word ‘yum’ means delicious in English. On the other (Thai) hand, it means to toss a spicy sauce/ dressing into your salad/ noodle bowl…. Read more »

“Is this thing really edible?” Of course! “They looks gross!!” Trust me you should definitely need to try these weird Thai foods that looks so questionable, since you are here. Let’s accepting a challenge, shall we? :9 1. Teen Ghai Toon (ตีนไก่ตุ๋น/ Braised Chicken Feets) source image from pantip.com Thai people like to eat chicken, duck,… Read more »

Guay Tiew (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว) literally means noodle in Thai. There are many types of Thai noodles you can choose, when ordering at a local noodle stall/ restaurant, such as egg noodle (Bah – Mhee/ บะหมี่), rice vermicelli (Sen Mhee/ เส้นหมี่), rice pappardelle (Sen Yai/ เส้นใหญ่ ,) rice fettuccine (Sen Lek/ เส้นเล็ก), glass noodle (Woon Sen/ วุ้นเส้น),… Read more »

Hello, fellow travelers. This week, I’ve created a quick how-to order a noodle dish from a cooked-to-order restaurant in Thailand. Let’s check it out! 4 simple steps of how to order a noodle dish at a cooked-to-order restaurant in Thailand ‘Be creative, but not too creative, alright?’ 1. Choose your noodle Glass noodle = Woon… Read more »

I’ve been seeing a lot of discussion about how many day you should stay and explore Bangkok. Some said 3 days are more than enough, some said 2 days…but I say 7 days (at least)! lol Why? Because that’s the perfect time you get to really explore Bangkok from every aspects; street foods, local places… Read more »

A big fan for noodle? If you get to be in Thailand these following noodle dishes, from a cooked-to-order restaurant, can’t be missed from your food list. They are ones of the most common menus among locals. We actually eat these noodle dishes more frequently than Pad Thai since a cooked-to-order restaurant can be found… Read more »

Street vendors are everywhere, especially Thai drinks. But, not many of them have all the menus written in English. This week’s article I’m going to tell you about 8 common Thai drinks you can find at every drink vendors across Thailand and also give you some tips when ordering too. Let’s see what we have… Read more »

Been wondering about what are the most common Thai street foods you should try? Check out these nom nom foods and what they are made of, so now you can go ahead and try them all with no worries. 1. Pork Skewers (Mhoo Ping/ หมูปิ้ง) and BBQ Chicken Entrails on Skewer (Kruang Nai Ping/ เครื่องในปิ้ง) Firstly……. Read more »