Thailand is a country with a typical culinary feature and is loved by many Vietnamese people. Once I was reviewed by a close friend about her Thailand trip, I couldn’t keep myself, immediately picked up my backpack and go there. I want to explore the famous landmarks and landscapes of the golden pagoda, besides that I want to enjoy all the delicious dishes here. So, I would share with you about Thailand food review 2020- what to eat and where to eat when traveling to this country.
What and where to eat when traveling in Thailand?
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1. The famous breakfast dishes in Thailand
- Khao tom kui: Basically this is a white soup with many side dishes, often eaten for breakfast at a cheap price.
Khao Neow Moo Pin: This is a grilled skewered meat dish, one of the famous dishes in Thailand which you must enjoy. Khao Neow Moo Pin is often sold in markets and popular eateries.
Patongo: This is considered the Thai version of Vietnamese donuts. It is made from a thin layer of light flour fried in gold until the inside of the cotton is up, the outside forms a thin layer of crispy gold. Pantongo ate alone or simply by dipping it with milk as a sauce.
- Salapao Thailand: This is Thailand’s dumpling dish – one of the best breakfast dishes in Thailand. This cake originated in China and is now very popular in both Thailand and Vietnam. There are many variations of this dish, but the most popular is the steamed dumpling with all kinds of filling inside. From pork fillings, beef fillings, to egg fillings, to mix or also with red bean paste or cream sauce.
You can go to Ratchawat, Sriyan, and Nang Loeng markets. These are the famous traditional food markets of Bangkok with affordable prices. The dishes here are very rich and varied.
2. Main meals in Thailand
- Som tam: This famous Thai salad dish made from papaya mixed with lemon, chili, salt, fish sauce, and sugar.
- Sai Krok Isan: This is one of the most famous dishes in Thailand, including pork sausage, minced garlic, and sticky rice. The sausages are allowed to ferment for several days before being baked, creating a very special taste.
3. Review Food “street”, characteristic of Thai cuisine
Pad Thai: This is one of the famous dishes when traveling to Thailand. The ingredients of this dish include fried noodles mixed with eggs, peanuts, dried shrimp, tofu, tamarind sauce, beans, sometimes with shrimp or squid. The stalls in Khao San Street are Pad Thai selling points that are loved by many customers. A portion of Pad Thai costs about 70 to 80 baht (about more than 40 thousand dongs).
Som Tum Thai: Som Tum, also known as Thai papaya salad, is a type of spicy salad with the main ingredient of shredded green papaya. This dish is considered to have all the basic flavors of Thai cuisine: the sour taste of lemon, the spicy taste of chili, the salty taste of the fish sauce and the sweetness of palm sugar. Traditionally, a typical Thai papaya salad would include shredded papaya, cowpea, sliced cucumber, Thai dried chili, Thai basil, lime juice, and roasted peanuts, chili, crushed garlic …
Grilled fish with salt: This is also one of the snacks in Thailand you can easily see while wandering the streets of Thailand. The fish is covered with a thick layer of salt, grilled over charcoal. When eating, removing the skin will reveal the fresh, rich white flesh. The price of this dish depends on the size of the fish.
Grilled skewers: What is delicious food in Thailand? Grilled skewers will also be an enjoyable culinary experience that you should not miss. This roast everything from meat, fish, eggs, sausages to animal organs or vegetables, in which grilled pork served with sticky rice is the most popular dish.
Grilled ribs: These fragrant and deaf nose grill shops are an attractive choice for you traveling to dust. With only 10-25 baht, equivalent to about 7,000 to 20,000 VND / skewer, you can eat as much as you want without fear of losing your money.
Grilled coconut: The preparation of this dish is very simple: the whole fruit is grilled by Thai people on a fire, then chilled and produces the best drink in the world. The reason is that the baking process makes coconut water become richly sweet and fragrant. However, the copra has turned to light purple and is soft, so it is not as delicious as fresh coconut. The price for a grilled coconut is about 1 USD (about 21,000 VND).
Tong Yip, Tong Yord, Foi Tong: In Thailand, these orange sweets 90% are made from sweet egg yolks with sugar powder. From this ingredient, they are composed in many other shapes. Some are like thin vermicelli fibers, some have a round shape, the most elaborate is the shape of a beautiful little flower. Depending on the shape, these items are called tong yip, tong yord or foi tong.
This is all Thailand food review of famous dishes in Thailand, famous dining places in Thai Lan not to be missed. Hopefully, with this list of delicious, nutritious, and cheap dishes and places to eat, you will have an enjoyable, economical trip but still taste most of the Thai specialties.