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Fantuan

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Time Out says

This traditional Taiwanese breakfast staple will fill you up at any time of the day.

Rice is pretty much a breakfast staple in countries across Asia. In Taiwan, locals fill up on a handy grab-and-go treat called fantuan—a chunky, sticky rice roll stuffed with a variety of fillings such as pickled vegetables, pork floss and brown sugar. Put simply, it’s like a burrito but with Asian ingredients. 

Thailand’s main purveyor of this breakfast staple is, well, Fantuan, a chain of shops across Bangkok. Both classic and more creative versions are available, but all rolls are served wrapped in an outer layer of seaweed—to cut back on the messiness—instead of just rice.

Traditional (B89) comes closest to what they serve in Taiwan, stuffed with sweet teriyaki chicken, pork floss and assorted pickled vegetables. If you want something with a twist, you can take your pick from Mala Chicken Fantuan (B89), Taiwanese Sausage Fantuan (B99) or Mongolian Beef Fantuan (B119).

Fantuan has branches at BTS Saladaeng, BTS Ari, EmQuartier, Food Villa Ratchapruek, and The Mall Lifestore Ngamwongwan.

Details

Address: ARI BTS Station, Exit3
ถนน พหลโยธิน แขวง สามเสนใน เขตพญาไท
Bangkok
10400
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Opening hours: Daily (07:00 - 19:00)
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