Food streets of Thailand a must visit
Make sure you visit these markets for the real taste
The best way to binge on the authentic food of any country is to get onto the street vendors selling absolutely common man’s food. It is by eating from these local vendors that you understand the eating style of the locals. Eating street food is a simple pleasure that helps you explore the city better. So now when you are next planning a trip to Thailand, decide on your street food market that will do full justice to your taste buds. Here is a list of few such markets.
Hua Hin Night Market
A happening place, this market is located between the railway line and Petchkasem Road in Hua Hin. At the mark of 5 pm, the locals begin setting-up stalls, start grilling the skewers and get the place gets ready for the night. You must try the fried and grilled prawns, sushi, fresh oysters and squids, pork skewers, and mango sticky rice. The market is best known for fresh seafood, apart from the local clothes and accessories.
Located in Hua Hin, this market is popular for selling fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, dried and street food. Locals and tourists alike flock to this market to munch on the street food like grilled pork and lobsters, pork skewers, roasted chicken, and duck. You can also buy some seafood like squids, fish, prawns, crabs and clams; and fresh tropical fruits.
Nan Leong Market
It is one of the oldest food markets so make sure you do visit this. It is highly famous for local specialties like the rungrueang noodles and grilled duckling. And if you also have a sweet tooth, this market is your calling as you can try some local Thai desserts. In fact, the Rattana Curry shop at the market is said to sell some of the best curries in all of the country.
It isdescribed as an authentic market with old-school charm. There is nothing that this market doesn’t hold, right from seafood, meats, vegetarian, fruits to Thai desserts. Especially for vegetarians, Ratchawat market is considered to be one of the best food markets. If you are there you must try Rad-Na-Mhoo – flat rice noodles – as it melts in your mouth. Also, pay a visit to the WantanaKhanom Thai stall for some mind-blowing mango and sticky rice. And end your food journey here with KhanumKrok – Thai coconut pancake.