What is it? Originally lined with auto parts shophouses and sportswear stores, Ban Tad Thong has been transformed into a happening spot for late-night casual dining, with over 50 restaurants and vendors lining up both sides of the street.
Why go? Cheap eats and a wide range of choices, from modern comfort fare to traditional dishes by popular street food restaurants that were relocated from neighboring areas. You also get proper seating, a clean and hygienic setting, and space for parking. And it’s not as crowded nor as touristy as other street food destinations in Bangkok (we mean Yaowarat).
Don’t miss: There’s a lot to explore here, but we recommend the Hainan chicken rice at Jeh Bow and the spicy water mimosa salad at Jeh Sri. For some post-meal sweets, you have ice cream in unique flavors at Tuay Tung or cold longan juice with beans at Jeh Wan.