Soi 38

soi 38, bangkok

This small street, off Sukhumvit, the main thoroughfare, has become a popular destination for diners eager to try street food. Its rows of small stands sell everything from spicy seafood soups to sticky rice and sweet mango. You have to be a little intrepid (or go with someone who speaks Thai and can order for you), but the food is local, authentic and, according to many locals, safe to eat. If you change your mind at the last minute, just keep walking: Face Bar and excellent the Indian restaurant Hazara are just down the street. For insider information on and private tours of the best of Bangkok’s street food contact our bookings team.

Written by Simone Girner

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