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Time Out Bangkok issue 071
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By Time Out Bangkok staff writer |
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Bangkok is known the world over for its street eats. The most recent Time Out Index 2019 survey hailed the city for having the most vibrant street food culture (Bangkokians ate street food 41.2 times/year in 2018), and Gordon Ramsey once said that you’re likely to find street food stalls or restaurants in every corner of the city. Rickety pushcarts, sidewalk stalls and old shophouse restaurants offer affordable but insanely delicious meals, contributing both to the livelihood of locals and the gastronomic fulfillment of tourists.

But there are those street food joints that rise above the rest, whether it’s due to a special cooking technique, a unique recipe or the quality of ingredients used (hence why some are pricier more than others), and you can usually judge a stall’s offerings by the queue that snakes out of its entrance. Here are some of the best street food joints you have to try in Bangkok.

 

Time Out Bangkok issue 071

Time Out Bangkok

Bangkok’s hottest burger frontrunner, Taiki Rattanapong Tsubota explains why he’s no longer serving just four burgers a day. 

 

Time Out Bangkok issue 071

Time Out Bangkok

 

Also in this issue, we sit down with Visarute Angkatavanich, the artist behind the captivating photography series of fighting fish that’s gone viral.

 

Time Out Bangkok issue 071

Time Out Bangkok

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