Bangkok Street Food
Meet 10 delicious and affordable Michelin Star Restaurants in Bangkok through
“Bangkok Street Food”!
Bangkok Street Food is a quintessential part of the Bangkok experience that tourists
should check out. With the taste of Thai food that is unique, delicious, and
inexpensive, Bangkok Street Food is popular among both Thais and foreign tourists.
This article will introduce 10 Michelin Star Restaurants in Bangkok through
‘Bangkok Street Food’ and their locations. The article will also recommend each
restaurant’s best dishes that shouldn’t be missed.
1. Elvis Suki
Elvis Suki is a Bangkok Street Food restaurant with 3 branches; Soi Yotse (the first
branch), Banthat Thong Road, and Victory Monument. They are open every day from
12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Their recommended menus are the Suki with broth and the
stir-fried Suki. Both dishes can be ordered with pork, chicken, and seafood. There are
also many other menus such as roasted chicken noodles, mixed roasted noodles,
grilled scallops, grilled shrimp, grilled seafood, and several more.
2. Jay Fai
It is a Bangkok Street Food restaurant that everyone in Bangkok knows or has heard
about, and it has only one branch at Pratu Phi. It is open Tuesday – Saturday from
9:00 AM to 7:30 PM. Their must-try menu that everyone must not miss is the crab
omelet. There are many other menus such as spicy stir-fried seafood glass noodles,
tom yam shrimp, tom yam seafood, seafood radish, crab curry powder, etc.
3. Pad Thai Fai Thalu
It is a Bangkok Street Food shop with a total of 6 branches; Dinso Road (Original
Branch), Flagship(Siam Square Soi 10), Thai Taste Hub Mahanakhon Cube,
Emporium 4th Floor (Food Court Zone), Srinakarin, and Phatthanakan. They are
open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Their recommended menu is Pad Thai.
Their popular Pad Thai dishes are Pad Thai with grilled pork, Pad Thai with crispy
pork, or Pad Thai with shrimp fat, etc.
4. Jay Oh
It’s a Bangkok Street Food shop that has only one branch in Sam Yan area. It is open
every day from 5:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Their most famous dish is the spicy noodles
with minced pork or mixed seafood. There are many more spicy dishes to choose
from, whether it’s salmon salad, Chinese sausage salad, or lemon pork. They also
have appetizers such as fried shrimp cakes and crispy pork.
5. Suan Mali chicken roasted noodles
It’s a Bangkok Street Food store with 3 branches: Watcharapol, Central Hospital
Intersection, and Amarin. They are open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (each
branch may change their opening days and times). Their recommended menu is the
roasted chicken noodles. With their uniqueness of cooking using only a charcoal
stove, the roasted chicken noodles have a unique flavor like no other.
6. 26 Braised Beef
It is a Bangkok Street Food shop that has only one branch in Si Kak Phraya Si area. It
is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (closing times may
change each day). Most of their menus contain meat. Their menus that are considered
popular that foodies shouldn’t miss are baked rice with braised shank, baked rice with
beef tongue, baked rice with Kobe’s ribs, and many other meat dishes to choose from.
7. Kuayjup Mr. Jo
It is a Bangkok Street Food restaurant that has only one branch in Chan Road. The
restaurant is open every day from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Their recommended menu
that you shouldn’t miss is definitely Kuay Jap. There are different types of Kuay Jap
to try, such as rice noodles in clear soup with offals, and rice noodles in clear soup
with crispy pork. Kuayjup Mr. Jo also has many appetizers such as crispy pork, pork
shumai, crab shumai, shrimp shumai, etc.
8. Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice
It is a Bangkok Street Food restaurant that has many branches for tourists to choose
from. The original branch is located in Pratunam and is open daily from 6:00 AM to
2:00 PM and 3:00 PM to 10:00 PM (other branches have different opening hours).
Recommended dishes are boiled chicken rice and fried chicken rice. There are also
other delicious dishes such as Hong Kong kale with oyster sauce, stewed chicken leg
soup with Chinese medicine, duck soup with shiitake mushrooms, bitter gourd pork
9. Lim Lao Ngow
It’s a Bangkok Street Food restaurant that has more than 10 branches for tourists to
stop by and try. The original branch is located in Yaowarat and is open every day
from 4:30-8:30 p.m. Their recommended menu is the noodle soup served with quality
fish balls. The taste of their fish balls has been unique for over 80 years. There are
also many other menus such as Yen Ta Fo, Lobster Hot Pot and Rice with River
Prawns Stir-Fried in Curry Powder, etc.
10. Cheng Sim Ei
Cheng Sim Ei is the first shaved ice shop in Thailand with its current 4 branches that
are located in Suan Luang Square, Udomsuk, Stadium One, and Salaya. They are
open every day. Their must-try menus are Seng Sim Ee (Tao Tueng), Rim Tim Prao,
and 8 Sian (Formula 1). Furthermore, there are many other menus such as Bok Kiew
Mee Wan, Ruam Mit, Jumba, Ginkgo Fresh Milk, and Grass Jelly Brown Sugar Milk,