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CNN: Bangkok has the best street food in the world

 

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BANGKOK: -- Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha was delighted that Bangkok was chosen as the world’s Number One city with the best street food by CNN for the second year in a row.

 

Government spokesman Lt-Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd said Thursday that the prime minister described street food as unique and a charm of Bangkok.

 

He added that the prime minister also called on street food vendors to maintain food hygiene and cleanliness of their food and the environment of their food stalls and to cooperate with city officials in ensuring order.

 

CNN reported that it is impossible to avoid street food in Bangkok where sidewalk vendors in different parts of the city operate on a fixed rotation.

 

Some take care of the breakfast crowd with sweet soymilk and bean curd while others dish up fragrant rice and poached chicken for lunch. The late-night crowd offers everything from phad thai noodles to grilled satay.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/cnn-bangkok-best-street-food-world/

 
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I just love the taste of noodle soup in the morning, it's the taste of.............carbon monoxide (CO3)!

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I don't doubt it, but it's their thing innit? Street food is everywhere. We tended to stop doing this so much in our countries due to people graduating to cooking their own food in their own kitchen and all the rules and regs. The only gripes I have with street food here are the hygiene (rats convention), overused oils and overused favourings (+MSG).

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Good food - yes, maybe, some of them for sure.

Question is if they also have CLEAN water to clean used dishes as opposed to use the same bucket all day long ... 

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The street food is actually very nice! For everyone that dares to try it, that will say!
Relly cheap for a good portion of food, actually made out of somebody that loves it. Mostly they always treat you with a smile too, that makes the food taste even better!

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4 hours ago, PatOngo said:

I just love the taste of noodle soup in the morning, it's the taste of.............carbon monoxide (CO3)!

Go back to science 1.... CO3 = carbonate!!!

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3 hours ago, TSF said:

Thai street food is OK but the street food in Malaysia (in particular Penang) & Singapore is way better.

agree about Singapore, but nearly 5 times the price? Penang is good. But not so in other Malaysian places.

I love Thai street food but am wary of hygene.

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Every time i see CNN I think of

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Btw. Cant post reddit to it it disappears

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Thai street food is OK but the street food in Malaysia (in particular Penang) & Singapore is way better.


No way Penang street food is better.
Been feew times in P. Always looked for foods even googled it and yt it. Its just chinese food and offten when served by chineses its dirty with surprises in it. Bit of plastic bit of hair etc..... And its much less only few popular spots. Nothing special and was dissapointed.

I followed his foot steps. I was after good indian the one he recommends in vid. It tasty but very low on hygiene side. Then u got indians next to u eating with hands.



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