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10 Best Local Restaurants in Bangkok 2015 : Bangkok’s Best Street Food Style Restaurants Bangkok has an amazing range of local restaurants serving street food style menus in open fronted shop houses, with a fan to cool you if you’re lucky. The city is peppered with these restaurants as almost every meal is eaten out, making it one of the world’s greatest – and most affordable – cities for food lovers. Local restaurants in Bangkok are classified as those with at least 75% local clientele, cheap and cheerful cutlery, empty gas canisters lined up against the wall, perhaps a shrine in one corner and pictures of revered monks and beloved kings on the walls. Plastic plates, aluminum cups and outdated furnishings aside, the best of these unassuming restaurants serve up unbelievably good Thai food, often specialising in a particular recipe that is handed down through generations. This list of the best local street food restaurants is a mixture of our longstanding favourites and some of the best we’ve found lately. We would happily send our friends to any of these local restaurants in Bangkok for a true taste of authentic street food. 1. Thip Samai Pad Thai This famous restaurant should be on everyone’s list of the best local restaurants in Bangkok. Commonly known as Ghost Gate (Pratu Pee), it is widely considered to serve the best pad Thai in Bangkok, which pretty much makes it the best in the world. Ingredients are incredibly fresh, portions are filling and, as it is cooked on charcoal at high heat, it is served moist but not at all oily. Plus, the sight of the row of woks being tossed over flames is a classic snapshot of Bangkok food culture. Presented in a thin cocoon of egg, pad Thai at Thip Samai Restaurant bursts with steam and aroma when pierced, with options costing from 60 baht up to 200 baht. Also try the delicious 100% fresh orange juice brought direct from the countryside every day. Expect a queue and take any table you can find, either inside the open faced restaurant or on the stainless steel benches outside. What to Order: pad Thai shrimp (ผัดไทกุ้ง) and orange juice. Opening Hours: 17:00 – 01:00 (earlier on weekends) Location: 313 Mahachai Road, Old City (close to Wat Saket) 2. Jae Fai Restaurant Jae Fai Restaurant benefits from its location next door to Thip Samai Pad Thai Restaurant, but for many experienced street food connoisseurs in Bangkok, this is the real draw card for genuine local Thai food. First thing to note is the price: 400 baht for a crab omelet is expensive for local food in any country, especially Thailand, land of the 30 baht plate. But considering the huge chunks of white crab meat, juicy river prawns and other premium ingredients, it is definitely worth the price. The rolled crab omelet is famed at Jae Fai, along with crispy noodle seafood rad na (starchy gravy dish ladled over prawns, squid and mussels) and drunken noodles – the dish that Rick Stein ate that first made this restaurant famous among westerners. Service can be slow so you need patience at Jae Fai, but they do say ‘good things come to those who wait’. What to Order: crab omelet, served as a large roll filled with fresh, white crab meat. (ไข่เจียวปู) Opening Hours: 17:00 – 01:00 Location: 327 Mahachai Road, Old City (next door to Thip Samai Pad Thai) 3. Wattana Panich Restaurant This old shop house on Ekkamai Road is easy to spot thanks to the absolutely enormous stewing pot at the entrance. Bubbling away all day are tender cubes of braised beef in rich gravy that keeps the meat tender and deliciously succulent, with added flavour coming from the use of Chinese herbs such as star anise, cinnamon and small goji berries. Certainly, Wattana Panich Restaurant is among the very best local restaurants in Bangkok, and the open faced shophouse is so typically Thai it could be used in a movie set. This beef is served with noodles, starting from 80 baht for regular or 100 baht for a large bowl, and there is also the option of even more tender goat meat starting from 200 baht. As is the norm in most local Bangkok restaurants, Wattana Panich has a range of noodles to choose from, with large, flat ‘sen yai’, medium sized ‘sen lek’, or hair-thin ‘sen mee’ noodles. Everyone has a different preference so it’s really up to you to try them all and see which you like best. What to Order: Beef noodles – the type of noodle is up to you! (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อ) Opening Hours: 10:00 - 20:00 Location: 336 Ekkamai Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road

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