We came. We ate. We conquered majority of the street food during our 4 day trip in Bangkok. Here’s a pictorial summary of our gluttony adventures:
Skipped breakfast and was wandering round the Chatuchak market before we decided to stop by this hole-in-a-corner store selling beef/ pork noodles. The stall was perhaps the smallest and space was so tight that we had to squeeze our way around to get to our seats.
Freshly plucked condiments
Beef noodles with deep-fried pig skin
Fear Factor #1: Yes, the deep-fried pig skin was a fear factor for both me and Cat. Me as it was filled with loads of fats. As for Cat, she does not eat anything that has pork in it. But as we were very hungry, we chomped it down as well. It actually tasted very good!! But I probably won’t be eating this in Singers.
Next up, Fear Factor #2: Fried squid eggs. From a distance, we thought it was carrot cake. Upon closer inspection, it was actually pan-fried squid eggs. Funky food!
Fried squid eggs
Cat’s tea-time snack was a roti prata filled with condensed milk
Caught a waft of the fried chicken by the road-side and decided to take a pre-dinner snack
The ever-glamorous Cat helping me to dish up the Thai Sharksfin for dinner
Supper snack was Fishball Yong Tau Fu
Sweet and sinful endings to the great day!
There’s no better way to spend the day shopping and eating our way around Bangkok with a great shopping pal!